Fujifilm shows off its X-Pro3 mirrorless camera

Fujifilm has a new camera X-Pro3 mirrorless that comes with extra durability feature

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Japan based imaging giant FujiFilm has presented its rangefinder-styled mirrorless camera X-Pro3 that has been specifically designed for the photojournalists and photographers in mind. The new X-Pro3 is the new member in the X-Pro family and continues to feature the optical/electronic viewfinder. The feature of optical viewfinder has a magnification of 0.5x and also provides parallax correcting frame lines which will help the users to compose the shots with the real world.

The users will also be able to see the outside frame that gives a better view of the subject that moves in to the shot and see the details of what has to be captured. Since the device is meant for the photographers and journalists, it has a viewfinder system which has a electronic viewfinder with 3.69 million dot that allows the user to watch in real time how the actual picture would look like. The electronic viewfinder is also known as the EVF and has a 1:5000 contrast ratio. The device is powered with a back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS sensor of 26.1 megapixel.

The camera is slightly more powerful than the previous 24.3 Megapixels that was found on the X-Pro2. The sensor on the device is powered by an X-Processor 4 Quad Core engine for imaging with an iSO range of 160-12800. What is better is the feature that it can auto-focus in low lights as well and that too in a near dark environment with -6EV. Talking about the video, the X-Pro3 has 4K shooting abilities at 30fps. The exterior is made of titanium (top and bottom portion) which makes it durable with some great strength.

The X-Pro3 by Fujifilm comes in the regular standard black version, but the buyers will also have a choice of Duratech surface-hardened camera in black or silver colors. However, the extra durability will come at a cost as it makes use of the cold plasma technology that gives the device a scratch resistant feature.

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