I appreciate the idea of the Fujifilm X-Pro 3, but the company bottled it.
When Fujifilm first announced the X-Pro 3, it completely split the Fuji faithful. Many rejected the design, while others embraced it. That’s because Fujifilm made a rather bold move by hiding the LCD screen. Paying further homage to the analog camera, the X-Pro 3 was meant to be a hybrid between digital and film. The company was on the right path for making the perfect camera for street photography. I just wish it did it with more conviction.
Why I Like the X-Pro 3
The X-Pro 3 will appeal to two kinds of people. Those who love the build of an analog camera, but want the fluidity of digital. And those who spend far too much time reviewing their images on the LCD screen, instead of shooting more scenes. Personally speaking, I fall in both camps.
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