Tony and Chelsea Northrup share their camera predictions for 2019. All brands covered, all models discussed.Mirrorless Rumors]
Tony & Chelsea Northrup gave 1,500 photographers a blind poll and had them pick the image with the best color in several different scenes, including portraits in different lighting and outdoor photos. Which camera do you think got the most votes when it comes to color science?
Fujifilm X-T3 at a glance:
- 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
Here at Canon Watch we like Fujifilm cameras a lot, and the Fujifilm X-T3 seems to be exactly what we were expecting. A great camera.
From the conclusion:
The Fujifilm X-T3 is arguably the best stills/video camera on the market right now. More expensive full frame cameras will offer better still image quality and cameras with in-body image stabilization will be easier to shoot video with, but nothing offers this balance of image quality and movie capability in a single package.
Even better, the X-T3 does both things in a way that makes them enjoyable. The X-T series has already established a fan-base of photographers with its traditional, dedicated-dial interface but, while this can also be used for video, we’d recommend using the (still fiddly) Movie Silent Control mode if you’re switching back and forth, since it allows separate exposure settings for each style of shooting.
With the X-T3, you get excellent JPEGs with some of the industry’s most attractive color options, access to an extensive selection of dedicated lenses, only now with improved autofocus and class-leading video. Crucially, none of the video features get in the way of its excellence as a stills camera. Read the review here…
Fujifilm really did a lot if not everything right with their mirrorless cameras, starting with the lens ecosystem. While we prefer Canon’s color science we agree that Fujifilm’s color science is very good.
The Fujifilm X-T3 is just a really great mirrorless camera, and before wasting your money on excessively expensive full frame mirrorless systems we’d recommend you have a look to see if the Fujifilm X-T3 fulfils your needs. Most likely it does.
Fujifilm X-T3 world-wide order links:
Asia & Australia: AliExpress, Amazon JAPAN, Amazon CHINA, Amazon USA, Digitalrev, Adorama, B&H Photo, eBay Australia, Rakuten JP
Europe & UK: Amazon DE, Amazon UK, Amazon FR, Amazon IT, DigitalRev, eBay DE, Wex Photo Video, Park Cameras, Canon DE, Canon UK, Canon IT, Canon FR
USA/Canada: Amazon USA, Amazon CA, B&H Photo, Adorama, Digitalrev, KEH Camera, eBay US, Canon USA, Canon CA, BestBuy
DPReview TV posted a 14 minutes video where they compare Canon’s EOS M50 with the Sony a6000 and Fujiflm X-T100. Chris and Jordan walk you through the pros and cons of each camera to help you make the best decision for your needs. And the winner is…the EOS M50 (most well rounded entry-level MILC)!
Images and specifications of the Fujifilm XF10 leaked at Nokishita.
- 24.2 Megapixel APS-C sensor
- Lens: 18.5 mm F 2.8 (converted 28 mm)
- Shortest shooting distance: 10 cm
- Back LCD: 3.0 type · Touch panel
- 4K video
- Wi-Fi · Bluetooth installed
- Size: 112.5 mm x 64.4 mm x 41.0 mm
- Weight: 278.9 g
- SQUARE MODE with single flick to switch to 1: 1 format
- Conversion with Digital Teleconverter Capture at a field angle equivalent to a focal length of 35 mm or 50 mm
- All 11 types of “film simulation” and 19 types of “advanced filter” are installed (“Rich & Fine” and “Monochrome [NIR]” are newly added)
- Color: Black · Champagne gold
- Overseas price: 449 pounds
Announcement expected in a few days.