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  • Advanced Hybrid multi viewfinder: optical Viewfinder (ovf) uses a 0. 5x magnification and parallax-correcting frame lines to provide an uninterrupted and true-to-life view of what’s in front of you. Additionally, the 3. 69M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder (EVF) offers a fast and high-quality representation of exactly how your image will look.
  • X-trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 combination. This exceptional 26. 1MP sensor uses a back-illuminated design to maximize quality and dynamic range, while its unique color filter array controls Moiré and false color without the need for an optical low pass filter.
  • X-Pro3’s timeless body design features a top and base plate constructed from titanium, which, despite being little more than half the density of stainless steel, is seven-times more durable. In addition to classic black, the weather-sealed X-Pro3 is also available in silver and charcoal colors, which utilize cold plasma technology for a scratch-resistant finish.
  • 16 digital Film Simulation modes. This cutting-edge technology allows photographers to achieve stunning results straight out of camera and X-Pro3 introduces two exciting new additions to the collection: CLASSIC Neg. and MONOCHROMATIC Color.
  • Every aspect of x-pro3 has been designed for photographers who like to live in the moment, but none more So than its hidden 1. 62M-dot tilting LCD Touchscreen. When closed, All that can be viewed is a Mini-Display showing essential settings, removing the distraction of a full screen while shooting. With your mind and your eye always on the scene in front of you rather than the scene YOU’VE just shot, you can find a better connection not just with your subject, but also with your art.
  • DCI 4K(4096×2160) 29. 97p/25p/24p/23. 98p 200Mbps/100Mbps up to approx. 15min

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A professional camera for photographers on the move who want top-level features and reliable durability. Whether you are in the field, on the streets or in the studio, x-pro3 reconnects you with your subject. Its revolutionary hybrid OVF/EVF and hidden LCD touchscreen keep you in the moment, while the state-of-the-art imaging sensor and professional-quality video ensure spectacular results. X-pro3 is a true photographer’s tool that combines all the feeling of film with all the quality of digital.


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Don’t listen to the hate.

So many photographers are actually angry about the rear screen on this camera. It is different. But that is why this camera is great. It encourages you to use the viewfinder, to slow down and focus on your composition. I’ve been wanting a film camera that is actually digital for a long time. This camera is what I have been waiting for. The rear screen is hidden. I usually don’t use the screen anyhow. Once in a while I want to check or share a shot, all I need to do is flip the screen down and I get what I need. Close it back up and get back to shooting. I’ve owned the XPro1 and the XPro2 (still have them), but this one is now my favorite. I am actually using the optical viewfinder more! It is brighter and allows for easy framing. I am also very happy with the increased auto-focus speed. It feels very nice in the hand, perhaps a little better than the older models. Getting rid of a lot of buttons on the back really helps in this area. The hybrid viewfinder is fun to use – optical to feel old school and see more of the frame, digital to see exactly what you are going to get. Choices. This camera is very flexible in that regard. I am primarily a Fuji shooter, but all these new options are taking me a while to work my way through. The camera wants you to shoot more and edit less by getting the shot right, straight out of the camera. So many adjustments! Every camera made today can take great photos, not every camera calls to you and begs you to take it out shooting. This one does, for me at least – maybe you as well. If you are looking fro a camera that may spark that photography joy, and aren’t interested in looking at a screen all day, this might be what you are looking for. Fuji made a bold move here, and made a great camera.

A Passion Purchase

I purchased the Dura Black version after Christmas 2019, it arrived in four days. Shipping and packaging as expected from Amazon, even though it was to be signed for on delivery the postman just left it on the stoop. I live in a marginal neighborhood where my Christmas yard lights were stolen three weeks ago… so much for delivery security on a $2,000 product. TLDR: I love it, many others do too, but the PRO3 is not for everyone and it doesn’t try to be. First off, why four stars and not five? To me, a three star rating means ‘works as expected’ with four equal to ‘exceeds expectations’ and five stars indicates the best of the best. The PRO3 may earn a five star rating with a little more use, but I’m not there yet. A few qualifiers: 1) I used to run camera stores and a nationwide photo catalog company, plus I’ve been shooting cameras for nearly 50 years using all kinds of media and formats… I do know a few things about gear and what consumers want in a camera. 2) One of my favorite cameras of all time was the Fuji GS645s, a medium format rangefinder, so I admit bias toward the X-Pro design. 3) I briefly owned an X-PRO1 so I was prepared in advance for the general look, feel, and operation of the X-PRO3. Build quality: it is every bit as good as would be expected from Fuji. The titanium top and bottom are nice touches. The buttons sit just a hair proud of the body surface, easy enough to locate with fingers, not so easy with gloves on. I found the shutter button a little too flush to the collar and difficult to find by touch, the addition of a soft release cured that issue. Overall, the camera feels solid and sure in hand with a deceptive amount of heft for a smaller body. The inward-facing LCD panel: It took about two hours of shooting to get used to looking through the eye level viewfinder to review menus and settings, but after that no problem at all. HUGE TIP! There is a customizable button in the hub of the viewfinder selector lever on the front of the body – set this button to activate playback. This way without ever taking your eye from the camera you can quickly review a shot and with another press return to live view. This will resolve most shooter’s desire to chimp. Alternatively you can set the option for Image Display to 0.5 seconds or 1.5 seconds, I dislike this option because the camera will automatically play the last shot blocking the viewfinder in the process. Performance: Fast operation in general, more responsive in many ways than my X-T2. Focus is snappy and so far I haven’t missed on any shots. When the user creates custom settings depending on the combinations used the camera may buffer for a moment while processing and writing to the SD card. So far I’ve noticed that grain and clarity effects have caused the camera to buffer as it pre-processes the image. Viewfinder: The electronic finder really is about the best I’ve seen, and with Boost enabled it’s been smooth as butter. I do miss the 2 levels of magnification in the optical finder, offered by the PRO1 (and I assume on the PRO2), but I don’t tend to shoot the PRO3 with a lens longer than 60mm, so only a minor inconvenience for me. Image quality: This is one of the points I need to assess further. It has been dark and cloudy since the camera arrived, I need to see how it works in high contrast / high color situations. Over the years I’ve shot RAW + JPG whenever possible, mainly as a form of backup and to make it easy to quickly share an image. Until now I’ve thought of the Fuji film sims as nice, but not necessary. But with the degree of customization the PRO3 makes available to the simulations, I’m hard pressed to always favor the RAW file any longer. Two examples that have wowed me: search on Google for “not-my-fujifilm-x-pro2-tri-x-push-process-film-simulation-recipe” and “fujifilm-provia-film-simulation-settings-or-my-agfa-optima-200-recipe”. (These might work on the X-T3 / X-T30 as well). Conclusion: The X-PRO3 is not going to be the camera of choice for most photographers. It is not suited for capturing anything that moves even moderately fast. For sports and wildlife, a telephoto lens handles poorly and looks a bit ridiculous (I tried the 55-200 to see). Though capable of studio work, I think there are better choices such as an X-T or X-H model. But. For handheld shooting the PRO3 offers a matchless experience. It feels right at home held up to your eye. A PRO3 shooter will need to add some new and different muscle memory skills, but that’s not a big hurdle. Even after a short time of shooting the camera seems to disappear between you and the subject – I feel like I’m taking pictures, not watching my camera take pictures. The images are incredible SOOC as JPGs and the RAW files offer a great amount of dynamic range in editing (a noticeable difference between the PRO3 BSI sensor vs. my X-T2). The Fujifilm X-PRO3 isn’t a rational purchase when the X-T3 and the X-PRO2 are easily available and at lower cost. No, the X-PRO3 is a passion purchase, something you acquire for the unique experience it offers and how that experience makes you feel when you use the camera. I don’t think that hardware inspires creativity, but I do think gear can motivate, enable, or spark the desire to be creative. The X-PRO3 certainly begs to be picked up and used, the rest is up to the photographer.

High Tech with Old School Vibe!

This is one beautifully made camera in design and construction! I found this easy to adapt to coming from an XPro-2 and XT-3. Yes, the LCD screen is “hidden”, until you really need it. It certainly lets you concentrate on taking pictures or videos. Note, there are other Fujifilm cameras for heavy video users. There has been a lot of controversy about this particular design decision. Also, some feel the optical viewfinder option is not as versatile as the XPro-2. So, read up on some of the reviews to determine if that is a deal breaker for you. For me, the improved electronic viewfinder is well worth any limitations the new style of optical viewfinder has imposed regarding the range of lenses it supports. Optical framing for really wide lenses, or telephoto lenses isn’t as supported as it was with the XPro-2. Easy solution, go to the electronic viewfinder for these “problematic” lenses. Or, buy an XPro-2 while you can if you want to go all in on the optical style viewfinder. I’m finding the ability to program buttons and the front and rear “finger’’ wheels a great boon! All sorts of film simulations, and bracketing options. Finally, is this a “beginner’s” digital camera? Well no, it is not. But, even as a beginner or pro it is well worth your time and money to dive in and enjoy one of the most sophisticated cameras I’ve ever owned over my 50 years of enjoying photography.

Great reminder of film days

This is a camera for people who want to shoot and compose without relying on screen time for every shot. The hidden rear screen is a blessing as it breaks you of bad habits. Shoots great, has a great build, and I love an optical eye piece.

Love it.

I’m glad that Fuji made this camera. They could have done something for the majority, but instead they made a camera for a minority of people who will like shooting without an LCD to chimp with. Bold move. They have the X-T3 for those who want an LCD experience. This is a great camera. Also, as a former X-T3 user, this camera focuses a lot better and quicker than the X-T3 did. Not sure why, but it’s good. Oh, and Classic Neg…..awesome awesome.


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Fujifilm X-Pro3 Mirrorless Digital Camera - Dura Black (Body Only)
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Fujifilm X-Pro3 Mirrorless Digital Camera - Dura Black (Body Only)
Fujifilm X-Pro3 Mirrorless Digital Camera - Dura Black (Body Only)
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