Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only) - Black

4.7 out of 5 stars 484 ratings

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About this item

  • New 26.1MP X Trans CMOS 4 sensor with X Processor 4 image processing engine
  • 4K movie recording internal SD card 4K/60P 4: 2: 0 10bit recording and the first Mirrorless digital camera with APS C or larger sensor that is capable of 4K/60P 4: 2: 2 10bit HDMI output
  • 2.16M phase detection pixels across entire frame and low light phase detection limits has been increased over X T2 by 2 Stops, from 1EV to 3EV
  • 3.69 million dot OLED color viewfinder with 0.75x magnification and blackout free burst shooting
  • 16 film simulation modes: Including eterna/cinema, B and w adjustment: 9~+9
  • 3 optical Zoom; Weather resistant structure
  • 3 Display
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Product details

  • Batteries ‏ : ‎ 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 20.32 x 14.22 x 16.26 cm; 539.77 Grams
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ 7 September 2018
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ FUJIFILM
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B07H3Y9CJY
  • Item Model Number ‏ : ‎ X-T3 Body - Black
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.7 out of 5 stars 484 ratings

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Launching x series mirrorless digital cameras into its fourth generation, the Fujifilm x-t3 features an all-new back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and x-processor 4 Processor. Delivering superb image quality, dramatic AF performance, excellent tracking performance of fast-moving subjects and blackout-free burst shooting, the x-t3 is also the first APS-C mirrorless camera capable of 4K/60P 10bit recording to meet the needs of professional videographers.

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Reviewed in Australia on 5 November 2020
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Akash Agrawal
5.0 out of 5 stars This camera makes me wanna shoot more
Reviewed in India on 19 February 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars This camera makes me wanna shoot more
Reviewed in India on 19 February 2020
DISCLAIMER - I am writing this review after spending a vacation with this camera.

I'll divide my review into parts or I'll never be able to make it cohesive enough.

Build Quality:
The first thing you notice when you take it out of the box is the build quality of the body. It 'feels' solid. The top and bottom plate is all metal. The middle of camera is metal wrapped over by a rubbery texture that makes it great to hold.
Then you notice the lens. As someone who's been using Nikkor DX 35mm 1.8 prime (which is a great lens, tbh), the all metal lens body was a revelation. Yeah, it makes things heavier. But the weight gives it some welcome heft when you handle it. No, Fuji is not the only company that makes metal lenses. But yes, fuji lenses are extremely well made and can go toe to toe with any lens's build quality out there.

This is one of the better looking cameras on market. Obviously, the looks are subjective. But I've yet to come across a reviewer who had bad things to say about the looks of this camera. The dials are 'retro-looking', but actually make things way easier than the mode dials. Again, I am writing from experience. Aperture priority and Shutter priority are easy enough to understand on most cameras. But when you want to control both Aperture and Shutter, while leaving ISO on auto, and when you want to customise ISO too for that one shot, having dedicated dials saves time.

The dials make the entire experience extremely tactile. It 'makes you wanna shoot'.

Kit Lens
This is hands down the best kit zoom lens you can get with any camera of any brand. I mean, look it up. Firstly, the lens goes to f2.8 with 18mm. Second, it's all metal with classy optics. While most kit lenses cost around 10k - 25k standalone, this kit lens costs upwards of 45k most of the times.

And the quality of the pictures matches the build. Many photographers have praised this lens, and it's easy to see why. There's little distortion and I didn't find any color fringing. This lens takes you places. Literally.

That said, I plan to purchase a prime soon. Not because I don't like my kit lens (I love it) but prime fits my shooting style better. When I'm not lazily trying to zoom at things while sitting in chair, I find that I make better shots. Also, this lens isn't weather resistant, which is a bit of a downer. But hey, it's still the best kit lens there is.

X-T3 gives you a lot of customisability. The 'Q' button gives you a bunch of quick settings. And you can customise the placement of each of these settings and even swap them out for other things you might find more useful. For even quicker changes, there are dedicated function buttons as well as touch screen gestures, all of which are customisable. I feel customisation is one of those things that differentiate a workhorse from a beginner camera. You can adjust things to make your workflow easier.

Having two memory card slots is awesome. I use one for raws and other for jpegs. That way, I have my raws to process, but if something goes south with my primary card, I still have my backups for jpegs. Thankfully, when I delete a raw, the camera also lets me delete its corresponding jpeg from card 2 automatically (you can turn this off) so both my cards are consistent with each other.

One of the not-so-good things here is placement of playback and delete buttons. Everything is on right side, but these two buttons are all the way on top left corner, making it extremely hard to access. Plus I end up triggering the EVF sensor every time I do that. Thankfully, I was able to assign one of the function buttons to playback, so I don't have to live with Fuji's questionable choices.

Yep, this camera has two. If this is your first mirrorless (as it was for me), know that there is no optical view finder (that little lens on top of camera you use to see things). Instead, it's a small, extremely high resolution OLED screen. That means everything you can do from main touch screen, you can do in EVF. Changing settings, jumping through menus etc. It also means camera shows you how your photos are gonna look. So if you apply a film simulation (like B/W Acros), the live view in EVF reflects that.

The touch screen in this camera is usable, although I find myself never using the touch screen features. I sometimes use joystick to select focus, but mostly keep the focus in center and just lock and recompose.

There's no two ways about this. The battery is not very good on this camera. I mean, it's not abysmal. It got me two days of outdoors with on and off shooting in performance mode, with me turning off my camera when there were long pauses between shots. So if you're thinking of shooting your next vacation with it, no, it won't fail you in middle of day.
That said, the battery is no where near my old Nikon D5300. This is mostly because of that high res EVF that I primarily use. Expect to charge the battery overnight or every two nights when you're shooting and you should be fine. They supply a wall charger too, although the camera lets you charge battery in-body using a USB-C cable.

I got a 16 gb SD card. Put it in slot two as my JPEG backup. Had to purchase a 64 gb high speed card for slot 1 for raws. The raw files of this camera are consistently over 50 mb, so the space fills quickly.

They also gave me a camera bag. It has room enough for everything in box, plus one extra lens when/if you buy one. That said, the bag is not good at all. The top flap doesn't have a chain and is closed only through a hook. The belt on this hook loosens every time you life the bag using top handle. The strap is also not long enough, making me wear this camera pretty awkwardly around my body.
I plan to switch this bag out soon too.

Final thoughts
Do you need a 1 lac+ camera to make good photos? No. Great photographers can take better photos on an instax than I can take on my X-T3. However, I'd argue that if you have the money to spend, and find a camera (doesn't have to be this) that ignites your passion and makes you wanna go out and experiment, shoot and enjoy photography, then by all means, get one. You certainly won't regret the purchase.

As always, before buying this camera, do some research. I love this, but it may not be the right one for your needs. Look at Sony's alpha series, Canon's R series and Nikon's Z series. Most importantly, look at the lens selections. When you buy a camera, you're buying into a system. You are not gonna use canon lenses on fuji, so make sure which ever system you wanna get into, has the lenses you need. That said, Fuji has a very good lens selection. The best part is that they don't have any full frame cameras (at all). So they focus pretty hard on their APS-C lens lineup, which has already made it one of the best out there.

Go shoot!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don’t get XT3 online!
Reviewed in India on 25 September 2020
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Fabio R
3.0 out of 5 stars Great camera, great video, but not designed for a more casual user.
Reviewed in Canada on 31 October 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fuji X Series Rocks...
Reviewed in India on 28 November 2018
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Jorge Pedbra
5.0 out of 5 stars Gran Cámara
Reviewed in Mexico on 4 August 2020
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