- Fujifilm says this camera is its latest generation of flagship X-series camera
- The camera can last to up to 400 shots on a single charge as per Fujifilm
Fujifilm has launched its new X-series camera X-Pro3. It is selling the camera at a starting price of $1,800 (approx. Rs 1,27,450) for the black variant. The dura black and dura silver versions are priced at $2,000 (approx. Rs 1,41,600).
The camera is a 26.1MP mirrorless camera comes with hybrid optical electronic viewfinder (EVF), HDR in-camera recording and monochrome status display. It also has a X-Trans IV CMOS APS-C sensor and is powered by Fujifilm’s X Processor 4. Fujifilm says the camera offers comes with an improved phase-detection autofocus system which is operational even under near pitch darkness at -6 EV with an ISO range of 160-12,800.
The camera comes with two screens on both sides of the same panel, supported by a 180-degree hinge. When the user flips the panel to the bottom, there will be a 3-inch 0.62-million-dot touchscreen which can be used to review pictures, navigate through the camera.
400 shots on a single charge
It has a hybrid optical and electronic viewfinder with 100 fps frame rate and a new 3.69-million dot 200 Hz Optical Light Emitting Diode (OLED) panel. Fujifilm claims the camera can record videos in 4,096 x 2,160 resolution at 30 fps. The camera last to up to 400 shots on a single charge and charges through a USB-C port as per Fujifilm. On the connectivity side, it has a 2.5 mm jack for remote or microphone input and USB-C 3.1 Gen1 port.