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FUJIFILM X-Pro3 Mirrorless Camera (Dura Silver)

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FUJIFILM X-Pro3 Mirrorless Camera (Dura Silver)
Key Features
  • 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor
  • X-Processor 4 Image Processor
  • Hybrid 0.5x OVF with 3.69m-Dot OLED EVF
  • 3.0" Hidden 180° Tilting Touchscreen
A digital camera designed with a film ethos, the FUJIFILM X-Pro3 is a unique mirrorless camera characterized by its distinct viewfinder design, a hidden LCD screen, and its stylish, rangefinder-inspired design with a dura silver finish. In terms of imaging, the X-Pro3 features the APS-C-format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor along with the X-Processor 4, which enables high-resolution stills shooting and DCI/UHD 4K video recording. The sensor and processor also enable an ISO 160-12800 sensitivity range for working in a variety of lighting conditions.
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FUJIFILM X-Pro3 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 226.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor and X-Processor 4
  • 3Hybrid Multi Viewfinder
  • 4Body Design
  • 5UHD and DCI 4K Video Recording
  • 6Film Simulation and Grain Effect Modes

A digital camera designed with a film ethos, the FUJIFILM X-Pro3 is a unique mirrorless camera characterized by its distinct viewfinder design, a hidden LCD screen, and its stylish, rangefinder-inspired design with a dura silver finish. In terms of imaging, the X-Pro3 features the APS-C-format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor along with the X-Processor 4, which enables high-resolution stills shooting and DCI/UHD 4K video recording. The sensor and processor also enable an ISO 160-12800 sensitivity range for working in a variety of lighting conditions.

Besides its imaging capabilities, the X-Pro3's strengths lie in its sophisticated design, which includes the Hybrid Multi Viewfinder that combines both an optical viewfinder and a 3.69m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder. These two viewing options can be instantly switched with the dedicated lever on the front of the camera and let you choose between the simplicity and speed of an OVF versus the accuracy and versatility of an EVF. The X-Pro3 also sees an updated rear LCD design, with a hidden 180° tilting touchscreen that has a 1.62m-dot resolution. The unique fold-down screen design keeps the larger 3.0" screen hidden against the body when not in use and a secondary smaller settings display is available while shooting. This design enables a simpler, more streamlined, and unencumbered shooting method that helps to keep you in the moment. Additionally, the X-Pro3 also sports built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless sharing and remote control and dual SD memory card slots are featured for file saving flexibility.

26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI CMOS 4 Sensor and X-Processor 4
Revolving around a highly versatile sensor, the X-Pro3 features an APS-C-format 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, which has a back-illuminated design to afford smooth tonal rendering, improved low-light performance, and a low native ISO 160 setting. As an X-Trans sensor, it utilizes a randomized pixel array, too, which provides a high degree of image quality and sharpness due to the omission of an optical low-pass filter. Versus conventional pixel patterns, the X-Trans design more closely mimics the organic nature of film in order to produce nuanced colors and tonal transitions, while also reducing moiré and aliasing.

The sensor's design also includes an expanded phase-detection autofocus system, which has 425 selectable points that cover nearly the entire sensor area. This AF system delivers faster, more accurate focusing performance in a variety of lighting conditions. Complementing the imaging and focusing capabilities, an updated X-Processor 4 is also featured, and delivers faster, more responsive performance throughout the camera system.
Hybrid Multi Viewfinder
Both optical and electronic viewfinder types are incorporated into the unique Hybrid Multi Viewfinder, which lets you select from the simplicity and familiarity of an OVF as well as the versatility of an EVF. Changing between viewing types is quickly performed via the dedicated finder switching lever on the front of the camera body.

The optical viewfinder provides a clear, lifelike view of the scene for easier composition and subject tracking. Its enhanced design incorporates an Electronic Rangefinder function, which mimics the functionality of a mechanical rangefinder, and simultaneously overlays information from the electronic viewfinder on top of the optical viewfinder for comparative manual focus control.

In regard to the electronic viewfinder, this sports a high 3.69m-dot resolution along with a fast 100 fps playback speed to reduce lag for smoother panning and tracking movements. The EVF lets you preview exposure settings prior to shooting and has a customizable display, for configuring the amount and type of information shown in the viewfinder.
Body Design
  • Unique hidden LCD design tilts downward 180° to reveal a large 3.0" 1.62m-dot touchscreen; when not in use, the screen is hidden against the camera body to avoid distractions. On the reverse of the large 3.0" screen is a smaller settings display, which can highlight exposure settings or a graphic of the film simulation in use.
  • Dual SD card slots allow for a more flexible and reliable means of storing imagery.
  • The top plate incorporates a series of locking dials and levers for fast, intuitive control over exposure settings, including a shutter speed dial that offers direct shutter speed adjustment. An ISO dial is also incorporated into the shutter speed dial, for confirming the sensitivity setting without having to turn the camera on and the exposure compensation dial lets you choose +/- 3 EV in 1/3 steps.
  • Front and rear command dials integrate a push function for easier use and settings selection.
  • A dedicated Focus Lever provides faster, more intuitive control over selecting specific focus points while shooting.
  • Integrated Bluetooth 4.2 low energy allows you to wirelessly share images to a mobile device or use the device to remotely control the camera.
UHD and DCI 4K Video Recording
More than a stills camera, the X-Pro3 offers an enticing array of video capabilities, including internal DCI/UHD 4K recording at up to 30 fps. Greatly benefitting overall video performance, the speed of the X-Processor 4 enables fast read speeds when recording 4K video and helps to reduce rolling shutter distortion when filming moving subjects. Also, the camera features a 2.5mm external microphone port for more advanced audio solutions.
Film Simulation and Grain Effect Modes
Taking advantage of FUJIFILM's vast history in traditional film-based photography, the X-Pro3 integrates several Film Simulation modes. These modes mimic the look and feel of some of FUJIFILM's classic film types, including Eterna, which copies the look of cinematic film with understated colors and richer shadow tones; Acros, which offers smooth tones, deep blacks, and fine detail; and Classic Chrome, which is designed to deliver muted tones and a deep color reproduction, similar to that of a dated slide film. Several other effects are also available for both monochrome and color shooting. In addition to simulating specific film types, a Grain Effect mode is also available to replicate the look of old film photos with an organic textured appearance, which is especially noticeable when printing.
UPC: 074101080230

FUJIFILM X-Pro3 Specs

Imaging
Lens MountFUJIFILM X
Sensor ResolutionEffective: 26.1 Megapixel (6240 x 4160)
Sensor Type23.5 x 15.6 mm (APS-C) CMOS
Crop Factor1.5x
Image StabilizationNone
Built-In ND FilterNone
Capture TypeStills & Video
Exposure Control
Shutter TypeElectronic Shutter, Mechanical Focal Plane Shutter
Shutter SpeedMechanical Shutter
1/8000 to 1 Second
Bulb/Time ModeBulb Mode, Time Mode
ISO SensitivityPhoto
160 to 12,800 in Auto Mode (Extended: 80 to 51,200)
Video
160 to 12,800 in Auto Mode (Extended: 160 to 25,600)
Metering MethodAverage, Center-Weighted Average, Multi-Zone, Multiple, Spot
Exposure ModesAperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation-3 to +3 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Metering Range-5 to 5 EV
White BalancePresets: Automatic Scene Recognition, Color Temperature, Custom, Fine, Fluorescent, Fluorescent (Cool White), Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White), Incandescent, Shade, Underwater
Continuous ShootingMechanical Shutter
Up to 11 fps at 26.1 MP for up to 145 Frames (JPEG) / 36 Frames (Raw)
Electronic Shutter
Up to 30 fps for up to 60 Frames (JPEG) / 33 Frames (Raw)
Interval RecordingYes
Self-Timer2/10-Second Delay
Still Image Capture
Image Sizes3:2 Raw
6240 x 4160
3:2
6240 x 4160
4416 x 2944
3120 x 2080
16:9
6240 x 3512
4416 x 2488
3120 x 1760
1:1
4160 x 4160
2944 x 2944
2080 x 2080
Aspect Ratio1:1, 3:2, 16:9
Image File FormatJPEG, Raw
Bit Depth14-Bit
Internal Recording ModesDCI 4K (4096 x 2160) at 23.98/24.00/25/29.97 fps [100 to 200 Mb/s]
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 23.98/24.00/25/29.97 fps [100 to 200 Mb/s]
DCI 2K (2048 x 1080) at 23.98/24.00/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps
1920 x 1080p at 23.98/24.00/25/29.97/50/59.94 fps
Recording LimitNone
Broadcast OutputNTSC/PAL
IP StreamingNone
Built-In Microphone TypeStereo
Interface
Media/Memory Card SlotDual Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC (UHS-II)
Video I/ONone
Audio I/O1 x 2.5 mm Submini TRS Stereo Microphone Input
Power I/O1 x USB-C Input/Output
Other I/O1 x USB-C (USB 3.2 / 3.1 Gen 1) Data Input/Output (Shared with Power Input)
WirelessWi-Fi, Bluetooth
Monitor
Size3.0"
Resolution1,620,000 Dot
Display Type180° Tilting Touchscreen LCD
Viewfinder
TypeBuilt-In Electronic (OLED)
Optical
Resolution3,690,000 Dot
Eye Point16.8 mm
Coverage95%
MagnificationApprox. 0.5x
Diopter Adjustment-4 to +2
Focus
Focus TypeAuto and Manual Focus
Focus ModeContinuous-Servo AF, Manual Focus, Single-Servo AF
Autofocus PointsPhase Detection: 425
Flash
Built-In FlashNo
Flash ModesAuto, First-Curtain Sync, Manual, Off, Red-Eye Reduction, Second-Curtain Sync, TTL Auto
Maximum Sync Speed1/250 Second
Dedicated Flash SystemTTL
External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe
Environmental
Operating Temperature32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Operating Humidity10 to 80%
General
Battery Type1 x NP-W126S Rechargeable Lithium-Ion
Tripod Mounting Thread1 x 1/4"-20 Female (Bottom)
Accessory Mount1 x Hot Shoe Mount
Dimensions (W x H x D)5.5 x 3.3 x 1.8" / 140.5 x 82.8 x 46.1 mm
Weight15.8 oz / 447 g (Body Only)
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.5 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.9 x 6.9 x 4.9"

FUJIFILM X-Pro3 Reviews

Expensive, but worth it

By Jamie
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-17

I have been a long time slr/dslr user before getting into mirrorless over the last few years. I tried Olympus, Sony, and Canon mirrorless as well, but Fuji seems to fit me best due to the user experience. I also own an XT3 and X100F, but this is the first camera I have purchased new in a while. I usually purchase used, simply b/c everyone seems to try to "upgrade" every other year, while I tend to stick with what I like. I bought new, because the few models out there used were not much cheaper than new. coming from OVFs, I love the option to go either way; and Fuji is the only one to offer this. I love the simplistic layout, and never really used to "chimp" anyway, so this hasn't changed. Auto focus with Fuji primes appears to be just as good as on the XT3, which is more than good enough for me. Colors are wonderful, everyone considering Fuji knows about the jpeg options, Dual card slots is a big plus. At the time I purchased, only Dura black was available, so I went with it. It's a personal choice whether you want to pay the extra $200; personally, I doubt the different paint is worth it, but I already love the Dura coating, and actually like the fact that fingerprints darken this thing up quick. The rumors on that are true, and if that bothers you, just go with the standard black or you'll be reaching for the microfiber at every use. I think this is pricey for an aps-c sensor, but it's really the features of the camera, namely the ovf/evf option (has to factor into the cost), that made me pull the trigger. As long as it holds up to use, I feel it's worth it.

Great camera

By Michael
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-07-05

Great camera. Everything I hoped the X-Pro3 would be.

Wonderful Retro Camera - Everything Old is New Again

By Mark
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-18

I own a Fuji GSW690III, a medium format rangefinder that shoots 6x9cm Velvia transparencies using a razor sharp 28mm (35mm equivalent) lens. This was my favorite camera of all my large (5x4 inch) and medium (6x7) format cameras (I've had it since new and it's 25 years old at least). Landscape trannies scanned and printed up from this camera could cover a wall and remain sharp. The Fuji X-Pro3 is a miniature version of this wonderful camera. Film is dead, and too much hassle and too expensive to use now, but I can't part with my wonderful Fuji GSW690III - more museum piece these days. The X-Pro3 is modelled on this rangefinder, but it is a completely different beast. It's easier to use, technologically bristling with picture improving options and is small, light and a joy to use. It is really great fun to use, takes great pictures, but is not as easy and functional to use as the X-T series cameras. I shoot landscapes, portraits, travel, architecture and wildlife. This camera is fine for everything apart from wildlife. I like the contentious screen, BUT, even with a bespoke grip attached (rosewood handle on alloy frame), the screen won't drop 180 degrees when on a tripod. That's okay, I can still use the screen fine when on a tripod. The issue is you have to be mindful not to ram the screen too far down as the smaller external screen will smash against the tripod head and scratch or worse. Image files will render large prints if handled carefully and a good lens is used, but I'm not sure how they'll compare to my GSW690III prints - I'll have to test that one out some day. I bought the new Fuji 18mm f1.4 to go with this camera body, and they pair up beautifully. Overall, a tribute to past days, but built for the modern era. A beautifully crafted camera that engenders a positive approach to the craft. I own all the fast fuji primes which match this camera well. It isn't suited to longer lenses and zooms in the same way. The only zoom I have is the 10-24mm, which is a must for landscapes, and okay on this camera, although I prefer to use it on my X-T variants. Don't hesitate, buy it (if you can). It's been unavailable for ages. It popped up at B&H and I struck quick. Less than a week after receiving it, It was out of stock again. I went for the black paint version as I didn't like the Dura versions magnetism for fingerprint oil. In any event, the black paint looks better in my humble opinion.

A great upgrade from X-T1

By Gretchen
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-06-12

I wanted to upgrade from my X-T1 and was going back and forth between the X-Pro3 and X-T3 - the X-Pro3 won out because of the location of the viewfinder. The centered viewfinder was always a hinderance on the X-T1 and I decided that the rangefinder-style viewfinder was a more important feature than an always showing rear screen. And I was right! I don't really miss the rear screen at all and the function buttons on the X-Pro3 seem to me to be more logically located. I've been using it now for almost 2 weeks and am considering selling the X-T1 even though I'd initially planned on keeping it. Great camera!

One of the best

By Adi
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-12-07

There are already a lot of info on this camera on the web. I can say that this camera is awesome for photographers, not video makers. It is meant to shoot photos mainly and it does it greatly.

Beautiful camera, but not for everyone

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2021-11-24

When Fujifilm announced the X-Pro3, like so many other people, I thought the designers at Fuji were off their rocker. But then I got to thinking about how I shoot and how I use the back screen, and it started to makes sense. And when I started shooting with one, I quickly fell in love with it. The screen easily folds down in one smooth motion to be used discreetly as a waist level finder without sticking off to the side attracting attention like a typical flippy screen. This camera can do great quality video, but is not the best designed camera for video, or for people shooting selfies. But Fujifilm, and all the other brands, have plenty of choices for people wanting the flippy screen experience. This camera is for the stills photographer who want to be discreet and quietly fade into the background while photographing their subjects.

Best camera I've ever used

By Neil
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-11-03

A few years back I borrowed an AE-1 from a friend as a side piece to my Canon DSLR setup, and I became obsessed with the pictures. I loved traveling with it and using it to take pictures of my friends, but film and development costs were adding up fast. I wanted something digital that gave me a similar experience and images. I use a 5DIV for my freelance work so I enjoy having something more stripped down for personal use. I tried a Ricoh GRIII street edition, but it wasn't enough for me. Definitely a fun camera and the image quality was impressive for the body size. However, it reminded me too much of the Canon Powershot I got for Christmas when I was 12... I wanted something that felt more like the AE-1. IMO, $900+ is a high price for a fixed lens, no VF, and very few physical controls. Still a great pocket camera if that's what you're looking for. B&H was quick and painless with the return process as always. I waited for a few weeks to see if I could get my hands on an X100V, but with a trip to Europe quickly approaching I decided to spend the extra money on the X-Pro3 + 23mm f/2 + 35mm f/2. I'm sure I would loved an X100V as well, but one of the difficulties with the AE-1 was finding glass in good shape and I always wanted more options, so spending $1400 for a fixed lens didn't feel like as big of a step forward. As soon as I took it out of the box I was enamored, then I snapped a few pictures with the basic film sims and was absolutely blown away by the dynamic range. I played around with it for a few weeks and tried some film recipes from FujiWeekly (which is an awesome resource as a new Fuji owner). I loaded 4 color and 3 b&w recipes before the trip, but that was quickly whittled down to 3 color and 1 b&w. When I was using the AE-1 I almost exclusively shot Portra400 (can't go wrong) or TriX400, and with the Fuji that's stilly pretty much all I want. I have an Ektar-type recipe that I like in direct sunlight and then a vintage recipe that I keep tweaking for a different look. For my purposes, that's all I need. My goal was to avoid post-processing the images from my trip and that was very easily accomplished. Every night, I would download my favorite pictures to my phone and put them in a shared iCloud folder. The whole process took 10-15 minutes. I will say that the WiFi function is just as annoying to use as my Canon cameras always have been, but it works. I still recorded RAW & JPEG so that I can post-process some images later but I'm perfectly happy with the JPEGs. If the wireless continues to be spotty I'll just get an iPhone SD card reader. The one thing that really blew me away was the hybrid viewfinder. I've kept from upgrading my 5DIV because I still prefer an OVF, so being able to switch between a real rangefinder and an EVF is the best of both worlds to me. And this EVF may have finally convinced me that it's time to upgrade. Especially compared to the GRIII that doesn't even have any kind of viewfinder built in. I love the range that this camera has in terms of user experience. You use it like a traditional rangefinder camera without most of the digital interface or you can use it like the state of the art camera that it is, and I think that's what I love the most. On days when I want to take my time and shoot with a more old school approach I can and when I want to take some cool pictures quickly and keep moving I can and the results are great both ways. I like the 23mm and the 35mm, especially for the money. I'm sure the f/1.2 versions are amazing but for leisure and travel the f/2 are great. Not really sure what I was thinking getting two lenses so close in focal length... I suspect that I'll pick up the 16mm, 27mm f/2.8 pancake (which I think could replace both the 23mm and 35mm for quick daily use and portability) and 56mm f/1.4 eventually to have a better spread. In short, if you're looking for a great street camera with an old school feel and a lot of options I can't recommend the X-Pro3 enough, especially if photography is a source of income for you and you can make a bit of an investment. I may even consider switching to Fuji entirely because of this camera.

It's Great. Owned since 2019

By Luke
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-09-24

I bought the xPro3 when it first came out in December 2019. It's been a great camera that I shoot with just about every day. Even 3 years later I still recommend it. I have a bunch of XF lenses, but my two favorite lenses to pair it with are the 27mm pancake and actually the 35mm 7Artisan 1.2. It makes everything manual and old school

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