Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless digital camera launched with 26MP CMOS sensor, X-Processor 4

Fujifilm has launched the X-T3 mirrorless digital camera in India. The first of its kind APS-C mirrorless camera fit for 4K/60P 10 bit recording. The most recent model highlights the new X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 image processing engine and is available for Rs 1,17,999.

Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless digital camera launched with 26MP CMOS sensor, X-Processor 4


The new Fujifilm X-T3 prepares a 26MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor with in excess of 4 times the number of phase detection pixels  than previous generation digital cameras. It flaunts a high S/N proportion and the most reduced sensitivity of ISO 160 regardless of its 26MP resolution. The low-light autofocus limit has likewise been stretched out to - 3EV, empowering exact AF even in low light conditions.



The camera is controlled by the X-Processor 4 image processing engine that can accomplish up to 3 times quicker processing and is additionally the world's initially to conveys 4K/60P 10bit output. Notwithstanding the execution change, the image processor will have the capacity to deal with a few capacities like Color Chrome Effect and Monochrome Adjustment in a moment in a mirrorless form factor.

The 26.1MP resolution is likewise the biggest on an APS-C sense permitting lower noise levels because of more pixels. As far as autofocus, the processor would now be able to convey 1.5 quicker and precise AF with face/eye recognition with the assistance of the 2.16M phase detection pixels. The X-T3 can offer blackout-free continuous shooting at 30fps while supporting 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit through inbuilt storage and 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit on HDMI output.

Fujifilm X-T3 features a 3.69-million-dot high-resolution EVF with a high magnification ratio of 0.75x. The display time lag of only 0.005 seconds and invigorate rate of approx. 100 fps. The new “Sports finder mode” makes it simple to capture a moving subject. The mode demonstrates approx. 16.6M (1.25x crop) region stamping in the LCD/viewfinder, and shoots the area within the marking.

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