When a new camera comes out, one of the most common questions I see is whether it's worth upgrading to or not. This I think is a very reasonable and fair question because in many cases now, new cameras tend to be minor updates as opposed full on upgrades. Based on that, how does the Fujifilm X-T3 compare to the X-T2 and is it worth paying slightly more for the upgrade?
Personally, I feel that Fujifilm make some of the best APS-C cameras currently available. This is precisely why I'm such a fan of their cameras. The X-T2 was such a fantastic camera and currently its price point makes it a fantastic value for the money. It offers incredible image quality with some very useful video features. Fuji did such a good job with that camera that it's going to take something pretty special to beat it.
In my latest video, I compare the most recent X-Series camera from Fujifilm, the X-T3, to the previous model, the X-T2, to see just how good the new camera is. Looking at just the spec sheet you may be led to believe this latest addition is just a minor update but in my testing, I'm finding some very compelling reasons to upgrade. Check out the full video to see how both of these two cameras compare and if it's worth the upgrade.