Fujifilm unveils flagship X-T3 mirrorless digital camera

Fujifilm unveils flagship X-T3 mirrorless digital camera

Fujifilm has unveiled its X-T3 mirrorless digital camera.

The X-T3 features the new 4th generation X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 image processing engine.

The camera supports 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording, as well as 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit output, which can be filmed at the same time.

“Like previous models in the range, the X-T3 has been hugely anticipated, so we’re excited to be able to bring it to Australia,” said Alex Zister, National Product and Marketing Manager, Fujifilm Australia.

“As a business, we’re continuously innovating and pushing the boundaries in terms of what’s possible from a mirrorless digital camera. The X-T3 marks the next step in that journey, with a wealth of hardware and software improvements to meet the demands of both professional photographers and enthusiasts.”

The X-T3 features 1.5 times faster processing speed than current models and blackout-free continuous shooting of up to 30fps while using Smooth Live View.

“We’ve also made significant strides in terms of our video recording capabilities. Through a combination of world first recording innovations and enhanced software, we’re hoping to appeal to a wider demographic than ever before,” added Zister.

The X-T3 will be available at the end of September 2018 for $2499.  

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