Fujifilm's third generation SLR-style mirrorless camera, the X-T3, packs a 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor with no optical low-pass filter paired with a X-Processor 4 image processor.
The new sensor is backside illuminated and features a native ISO range of 160-12800.
The new quad core X-Processor 4 is three times faster than the previous generation, allowing for faster autofocus and metering. The X-T3 shoots continuously up to 11fps, which is the same on the X-T2 but it no longer requires the battery grip for maximum performance.
The electronic viewfinder received a boost in resolution to a 3.69-million dot OLED 0.75x magnification unit. The refresh rate maxes out at 100fps and is now blackout-free up to the 30fps the camera is capable of with the electronic shutter. Underneath is a 3.2", 1.04-million dot tilting LCD that's now a touchscreen, allowing for fast Touch and Drag autofocus from the back.
The 425 phase detect autofocus points cover 100% of the frame and is capable of focusing in conditions as dim as -3EV. The new hardware also improves face and eye detection as well as continuous autofocus speed.
Videographers will love the ability to record 4K 60p in either 10-bit 4:2:0 internally or 4K 60p 10-bit 4:2:2 with the HDMI output. F-Log is now available internally as standard.