Fujifilm has come a long way since the release of its first interchangeable-lens mirrorless camera, the X-Pro1, having worked hard to improve the performance of its products by eliminating weak points such as slow autofocus and poor video capabilities and preserving the user-friendly design so many of us have come to love.
The X-T3 lifts the X Series to a new level of maturity. In some ways it surpasses the competition thanks to its impressive video capabilities (including 4K/60 10-bit internal recording), a new advanced autofocus system and a true blackout-free live view (the second model after the Sony A9 to manage this).
The A7 III is Sony’s most popular camera to date as it inherits many qualities from the flagship cameras.
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