Fujifilm has introduced the new mid-range rangefinder-style mirrorless camera X-E3 to its photographic enthusiasts. The updated version of the X-E2S, the X-E3, comes with a 24.3 MP X-Trans CMOS image sensor and X-Processor Pro image processor. Produced from a magnesium alloy body, the X-E3 looks like a new look for those seeking high performance in a compact body.
The X-E3, with 325 focus points, has a 3-inch fixed touch screen on the back. The machine, which has a 2.36 million dot and 100 percent coverage electronic viewfinder, supports connections such as USB 2.0, microHDMI and microphone input. The X-E3 is capable of wirelessly transferring images to mobile devices via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections, allowing for up to 30 frames per second of 4K video recording in addition to Full HD. As of this month, the Fujifilm X-E3, which will take its place on the market, will be offered for sale at $ 899 (body only). If you want to buy the Fujifilm X-E3 with an 18-55 mm lens, it will be sold for $ 1,299. If you want to buy a 23 mm F2RWR lens, you need to pay a charge of $ 1,149.