Fuji unveiled the new X-T3 a few days ago, shortly after we saw the new full frame Canon EOS R and Nikon Z series cameras announced. The new Fuji X-T3 features an all-new back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4. Additionally, the X-T3 delivers dramatically improved AF performance, tracking performance of fast-moving subjects and blackout-free burst shooting.
Fuji X-T3 Key Features
- 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
- X-Processor 4 with Quad CPU
- UHD 4K60 Video; F-Log Gamma & 10-Bit Out
- 2.16m-Point Phase-Detection Autofocus
- 0.75x 3.69m-Dot OLED Viewfinder
- 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot Tilting LCD Touchscreen
- Extended ISO 80-51200, 30 fps Shooting
- Bluetooth and Wi-Fi
- Sports Finder Mode
- Weather-Sealed Magnesium-Alloy Body
The Fuji X-T3 will ship on September 20 for $1499.95 as the body only. The X-T3 kit with 18-55mm lens will run $1899.95. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Complete details in the full press release below. [Read more…]
The Canon EOS R appears that it will use a new mount, the RF mount, and it will require an adapter in order to use EF lenses with it, which is contrary to previous rumors and speculation. Inside, the camera features a 30.3MP full frame CMOS sensor along with Canon’s famous Dual Pixel AF system. [Read more…]
[UPDATE: This rumor now appears to be false.]
The latest rumors about the upcoming Canon full frame mirrorless camera suggest that it will accept Canon EF lenses on the camera . . . without the need for a mount adapter!
“From this information, it’s a working theory that the RF and EF mount will differ slightly and EF lenses will mount on the RF mount and cause it to “switch” to the EF protocol.”
That’s a big deal. Back in 2015, I said Canon needed to build an A7-like camera with an EF mount: [Read more…]
Leica has unveiled its new M10-P, which is a slightly refined version of the 24-megapixel M10. The new M10-P loses the red Leica logo on the front for a more subtle approach. Additionally, the M10-P is claimed to have the quietest mechanical shutter yet – eclipsing the M4 and MP film cameras. [Read more…]