Time to check out what its 4th-generation X-Trans Sensor has to offer!
Aside from getting our hands on Fujifilm’s latest prosumer mirrorless camera, we got the chance to try out the X-Trans 4 CMOS sensor’s capabilities through a quick stroll around Ortigas. We got to try Fujifilm’s two new lenses as well.
Check out some of the photos we took using the X-T3, the XF 200mm F/2.0 R LM OIS WR telephoto lens, and the XF 8-16mm F/2.8 R LM WR ultrawide zoom. We shot in different lighting conditions and tried out the X-T3’s maximum and minimum native ISO. Check out the photos below:
We also got to try shooting video handheld using the XF 8-16mm F/2.8 R LM WR. Video footage is Full HD at 60 FPS, 100MBPS bitrate:
What made us impressed with the X-T3’s X-Trans 4 sensor is the clean, usable images we obtained even at ISO 12800. As for videos, there’s a dip in color at ISO 12800, but footage remains to be usable.
As for autofocus, the X-T3 was consistent with its autofocus in both photos and videos, with little error in misfocusing compared to its predecessors. We will be doing a more comprehensive review of the X-T3 soon, so stay tuned.