While Canon and Nikon received both a lot of excitement and criticism for their recent entrances into the mirrorless market, Fujifilm also released the X-T3, the third iteration of their well-received line. This great video takes a first look at the new camera, and it seems like quite the winner.
Coming to you from Lok Cheung, this video gives a first look at the new Fujifilm X-T3. The X-T3 comes with marked improvements in both resolution and autofocus, an 11 fps continuous shooting rate, dual UHS-II card slots (meaning you won't be held back by the slower slot), a weather-sealed body, and UHD 4K/60p video with f-log gamma and 10-bit out. While a few years ago, the difference between an APS-C and full frame camera would have been enough to make a major difference in a lot of professional work, in between their camera bodies and lens lineup, Fujifilm has done a remarkable job at creating an APS-C line deserving of professional status, and at $1,499, the X-T3 is a great deal. Overall, Cheung seems very impressed with the camera, summarizing it as a piece of equipment that "has everything it should have." Check out the video above for his full thoughts.