In September 2018, Fujifilm announced the successor to its incredibly popular X-T2 model, the X-T3. It was the first of many “third generation” mirrorless cameras to hit the market this year, featuring not only a more powerful sensor and capable autofocus system but also stunning video capabilities that outdo even those of the two heavy-hitters, Panasonic and Sony.
In this comparison preview, we’re going to take a look at the ten main differences between the new X-T3 and one of its primary competitors, the Sony a6500. Despite having a number of basic characteristics in common, including an APS-C sized sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus system and 4K video capabilities, there are a number factors to consider before settling on one or the other as we’ll find out below.
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