When the Fujifilm X-T2 arrived, it was more than just a modest upgrade to the already impressive X-T1, most notably in terms of autofocus and video. While the new X-T3 hasn't changed the overall design of the camera it repeats the same trick: representing a significant step forward.

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The X-T3 brings with it a brand new sensor, improved autofocus and video performance that makes it competitive with Panasonic's GH5, taking the X-T series from being a very good stills camera to one of the best stills/video hybrids on the market.

With its classic looks, attractive photos and superb video, it's the APS-C camera to beat.

Key Specifications

  • 26MP BSI 'X-Trans CMOS 4' sensor
  • 425-point hybrid AF system
  • Improved AF Tracking and Face/Eye Detection AF
  • 20 fps shooting with AF (11 fps with mechanical shutter)
  • 30 fps shooting in 1.25x crop with electronic shutter
  • 'Sports Finder' mode gives preview of area around a 1.25x crop
  • 3.69M-dot electronic viewfinder
  • Three-axis tilting touchscreen
  • 10 bit 4:2:0 H.265 internal video capture (4:2:2 over HDMI)
  • UHD/DCI 4K/60p from 1.18x crop region
  • UHD/DCI 4K/30p using full width of sensor
  • Internal F-Log capture (HLG coming by end of 2018)
  • Dual UHS-II SD card slots
  • USB C-type connector can be used for charging battery
  • Headphone and Mic Sockets
Out of camera JPEG shot using the Provia/Standard profile.
ISO 640 | 1/ 160 sec | F2 | Shot using the Fujifilm XF 90mm F2 R LM WR
Photo by Wenmei Hill

The X-T3 has an MSRP of $1499 (down $100 from the X-T2) but still costs $1899 when sold as a kit with the XF 18-55mm R F2.8-4 OIS lens. It is available in black or black and silver.

What's new and how it compares

Autofocus, video and the user interface are just a small portion of what's new on the X-T3 compared to its immediate predecessor.

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Body and handling

The X-T3's design is nearly identical to that of the X-T2, and that's a good thing. The improvements are significant, though, with the addition of a higher-res EVF and a touchscreen LCD.

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Operation and controls

The name of the game is customization, with nine buttons to choose from. There are also use-case-based AF controls available. Battery life is above average.

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First impressions

Fujifilm has raised the bar for video on APS-C cameras, one example of why crop formats are not dead yet.

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What's it like to use

We look at how well the X-T3 performs for a variety of different types of shooting...

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Image quality

Take a closer look at the X-T3's image quality, using our studio scene.

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Dynamic Range

The X-T3 produces pretty flexible Raw files, even in E-shutter mode...

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The X-T3 shows newfound AF capabilities, particularly when it comes to people.

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The X-T3's video quality lives up to its impressive specifications.

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The X-T3's newly enhanced video capabilities, added to familiar photographic prowess makes it one of the best APS-C cameras we've tested.

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Sample gallery

View a variety of sample images from the Fujifilm X-T3.

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