Fujifilm added another mirrorless camera which is the new model of the company’s X Series lineup of APS-C.
The updated camera X-T3 has a new 26.1 MP sensor that can shoot 4K video at 60 fps and has an auto-focus system which has produced by the company. The new camera includes a 4th Generation X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X Processor 4 ISP. The ISO range of the camera has less slightly from 200 to 160 which help photographers to manually adjust the picture settings in the bright light background. It also has an optional battery grip that has two extra batteries for a 1,100-shot battery life and a metal hand grip for the use of camera with heavier, large-aperture lenses. If the camera doesn’t have the battery grip, it only has 390-shot as expected before charging.
The new camera will be available on September 20th. The price starts at $1,499.95 which is said to be $100 less than the old version, X-T2.