Fujifilm X-Pro3 User Reviews

Announced Oct 23, 2019 •
26 megapixels | 3 screen | APS-C sensor

For just $130, I rented my "dream camera" – the X-Pro3 – and a lens I've been curious about for a long time (the 10-24 WR). A trip to New York proved the perfect testing grounds, and a disabled X-T2 was the only excuse I needed. In addition to the 10-24, I brought the 35mm/1.4 and an adapted 70's Pentax-M 50mm 1.4 (my go-to lens for film). TL;DR: I'm waiting to see what the X-Pro4 holds, but as it stands, I would happily buy this camera. Though skeptical at first, I "got the X-Pro Thing". ...

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IamJani
 

I changed my X-T3 (and XF56) to this and kind of regret due to low manufacturing quality. Although it is Made in Japan", there are a lot of distinctive gaps in the body. It doesn't feel so good in the hands either. Signs of bad manufacturing tolerances left bad feeling and therefore it is not the favorite camera that I wished it to be. I miss rear display. Sensor and image quality is great. I guess it might not be much better than X-Pro2 and I believe that X-pro2 has better manufacturing ...

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cafeobscuro
 

I was sold watching a YouTube video. This thing is sexy. In a rangefinder body, it truly one of the best looking cameras on the market. But for the features a competitor offers, you will be left short. Not to say it is lacking. But for a beginner, this would make a great second body in my stable.

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There will be some members of this forum who click on this review with a hearty sigh, having seen who’s written it. They’ll be well aware that I’ve had lots to say about this camera on the fuji boards before now, and have criticised it many times since its launch a year ago, slamming the controversial design choices that are its hallmark. Why on earth has this idiot waited until now to post a “review” of this camera he hates and has never used, they’ll be wondering. It’s a fair question, and ...

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