The Fujifilm X-T3 is currently one of the most advanced APS-C cameras on the market. It introduces the fourth generation X-Trans CMOS sensor with 26.1MP and features advanced video functionalities including 4K video recording at 50/60p 10-bit, 20fps (or 30fps in crop mode) continuous shooting speeds with a blackout-free live view using the electronic shutter and many other things. It has one of the best autofocus systems on the market and a retro design that makes it very user-friendly.
Announcement date: September 6th 2018
Release date: September 2018
In this gallery, you can have a look at some of the best sample images we’ve taken with the Fujifilm X-T3 since we bought it in September 2018. There is also the possibility to download original files take with the camera (SOOC JPG and RAW) at the end of the article.
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Fujifilm X-T3 Sample Images
The following is a selection of fifteen Fujifilm X-T3 sample images, all of which were edited in Adobe Lightroom using the RAW file (unless otherwise stated) and exported as JPGs. Each photo is accompanied by EXIF data and other information about the settings used.
SOOC JPG and RAW Samples to Download
The following is a selection of unaltered RAW samples and JPG files for you to download. (Note that Fujifilm RAW files are called RAF.)
Mathieu Gasquet is the co-owner and editor of Mirrorless Comparison, as well as the man behind all the camera tests.
Mathieu has been a professional photographer for over 15 years. Before specializing in camera reviews, he worked as an event photographer for the National Cinema Museum in Turin, and as a videomaker for renowned Italian agencies, which allowed him to collaborate with important names such as Fiat, Sky Italia, Maserati, and more.
Mathieu also studied cinema in France and obtained a degree in cinematography at the A.R.F.I.S. school in Lyon.