Sony a6400 vs Fujifilm X-E3
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Sony a6400 vs Fujifilm X-E3

The Fujifilm X-E3 is also a 24MP APS-C rangefinder-styled mirrorless camera without built-in stabilization, so why do the two cameras seem so un-alike? Part of the reason is that the Fujifilm is a much less expensive body paired with a much more expensive lens (the 18-55mm F2.8-4 OIS is one of our favorite kit lenses, which is not something anyone has ever said of the Sony 16-50mm power zoom).

The X-E3 shoots beautiful images, thanks to one of the best JPEG engines in the business. However, while it's a nicer camera to take control over than the Sony, it's not the best-handling Fujifilm, with a bit too much dependence on the little fiddly command dials. It also can't come near the Sony in terms of AF speed or dependability or even usability (you can't tell the camera which face in your scene to target, for example), and is one of the only 4K cameras to exhibit more rolling shutter than the Sony.