Fujifilm on Tuesday launched its new mirrorless digital camera FujiFilm X-Pro3 in India. Expanding its X series range the company launched a compact and lightweight mirrorless camera that comes with the company’s own color reproduction technology.
According to the company, Fujifilm X-Pro3 is built of lightweight titanium in order to provide portability and durability while clicking pictures. It comes with back-illuminated 26.1MP “X-Trans” CMOS 4” sensor and “X-Processor 4” image processor engine for better performance and image quality. This ensures fast and accurate phase-detection AF at the minimum luminance of -6EV. The camera features HDR shooting that is said to combine multiple images of different exposures levels to deliver a natural-looking picture, free of highlight or shadow clipping. The Multiple Exposure mode is said to combine 9 images taken in different framing or time, into a multi-layered collage for a mysterious effect.
The new mirrorless camera has an Advanced Hybrid Viewfinder that can be switched between optical viewfinder (OVF) and electronic viewfinder (EVF), a small EVF window is displayed within the OVF. This allows the users to view the subject while using the small EVF to enlarge the focusing area of the frame. The digital camera has a CLASSIC Neg mode that activates color negative film traditionally chosen for snapshots of day-to-day scenes that claims to deliver high-quality photos. The Black and White functions have been upgraded to Monochromatic Color function that offers original Warm / Cool tone options and the new Magenta / Green hue option.
Now coming on the design Fujifilm has built the body of a new mirrorless X-Pro3 camera with titanium to make it lightweight, sturdy and corrosion-resistant. Inside, the company has used a highly rigid magnesium alloy to provide portability and durability. It comes with a weather-resistant body, therefore, making it dust, as well as water-resistant and, can be operated at a place where the temperature as low as -10°C. The device features a 1.62-million-dot tilting touchscreen LCD monitor that can be flipped to 180 degrees to help users take high as well as low angle shots. Whereas the 1.28-inch color Memory LCD monitor shows shooting settings even if the camera is turned off. This can be switched to Classic mode to display Film Stimulation mode.
Fujifilm X-Pro3 pricing and availability
The FujiFilm X-Pro3 camera will be available in three colour options of Black, DR Black and DR Silver. The Black colour option is now available and can be bought at Rs 1,55,999. Whereas the other two options will be available next year in January and will cost Rs 1,73,999.
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