Fujifilm X-Pro3 unveiled with Titanium Body, Hidden LCD and New Film Simulation

Fujifilm have unveiled the new X-Pro3 rangefinder-style mirrorless camera at an X-summit event in Shibuya, Japan. The Fujifilm X-Pro3 camera will be officially announced on October 23rd.

For a development announcement, Fuji actually shared quite a bit about the camera in their livestream. The new model will be made out of titanium, making it 10x more scratch-resistant than a stainless steel chassis.

It will also feature an innovative “hidden” LCD screen on the rear, plus a smaller miniature screen which will display basic exposure information and even the currently selected film simulation.  Other new features include a Classic Negative film simulation mode, improved optical and electronic viewfinders.

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The electronic viewfinder uses a brand new EVF panel that promises higher resolution, higher contrast, better brightness, a wider color space, and an improved frame rate.

Fujifilm X-Pro3 Mirrorless Camera in Development, Specs, Pricing and Availability

  • X-Pro3 made by titanium
  • X-Pro3 is super durable, 10 times tougher than steel against scratch, almost level of sapphire
  • Fujifilm X-Pro3 will coming in 3 colors
  • Complete X-Pro3 HVF re-design (OVF and EVF re-design)
  • X-Pro3 has a “hidden LCD screen
  • Fujifilm tries to separate X-Pro and X-T line
  • Classic Negative will be the 10th Fujifilm film simulation mode. Nostalgic film
  • Official announcement of X-Pro3 on October 23th, 2019

The Fujifilm X-Pro3 will be available in three colours – classic black, Dura Black and Dura silver. The price and availability of the X-Pro3 will be announced on the 23rd October.

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