Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Digital Camera w/XF18-55mm Lens Kit – Black + Fujifilm Instax Square SP-3 White – Reviews & Compare Deals

Fujifilm X-E3 Mirrorless Digital Camera w/XF18-55mm Lens Kit – Black + Fujifilm Instax Square SP-3 White – Reviews & Compare Deals
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Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor and high-performance x processor Pro high-speed image processing engine to deliver outstanding color Reproduction and gradation of Tones in both stills and video.; New touch function controls let you swipe up/down/left/right to choose function setup which you can use even while; NEW larger SQUARE INSTAX Film (2.4” x 2.4”) is ideal for Instagram prints; Print real photos wirelessly from your Smartphone or Tablet. Mobile printer can be used anywhere - perfect for parties, travel and outdoor events
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  • 24.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor and high-performance x processor Pro high-speed image...
  • New touch function controls let you swipe up/down/left/right to choose function setup which you...
  • NEW larger SQUARE INSTAX Film (2.4" x 2.4") is ideal for Instagram prints
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  1. I am a retired commercial photographer with 45 years of studio experience. Was looking for a small camera, but after using the best pro cameras it was hard to find one I could live with. The first digital camera I purchased was well into my career, three of them at $52,000 each. My time with this camera is short but I am in love so far. Files seem to be of a high enough quality to make me happy and I fine it a pleasure to use. Don’t ask me about the buttons and programs, I just don’t use them. Overall feel takes me back to my first camera, a pre-war Leica. The only negative is that I wish it came with a cable to down load files, the card is too small for my fingers. First photo taken attached

  2. An X-Pro2 with a smaller body, faster auto-focus, better 4K support, bluetooth, and touch screen. All for half the price.

  3. For the short time this camera worked it was very very good (using the included 23 mm F/2 lens). Images were sharp and well exposed. The camera is ergonomically excellent and all the controls well placed. Out of camera jpegs are superb. This is the pocket version of the X-TPro2 as it does not have the optical finder, but the reduction in size and lack of optical finder do not appear to make this camera any less flexible and usable.Unfortunately the camera had a serious fault, in that the lens locking pin failed and so attempting to fit a new lens was impossible (we fitted and removed the supplied prime lens to take test shots) and it is not possible to take shots when the locking pins fails to engage. The camera is being returned and a new one ordered.Note added 31 October:New camera delivered and it works perfectly. We have now used it on a trip to Oregon and are really pleased with the results. Handling is excellent and using either the 23 mm lens or our other Fujinon lenses (18 to 55 mm, 18 to 135 mm, 35 mm, 50 to 140 mm) the results were excellent. Results are very similar to our X-T2 and X-Tpro2. Highly recommended.

  4. Always dismissed Fuji reviews and hype as the hooplah had all the markings of fanboyism run amok. Bought XE3 to test the waters. Now my a6300 is on eBay. Ergonomics are nothing short of an epiphany. Jpegs are as good as they say. I shoot RAW (primarily real estate) and the dynamic range, highlight retention, and accurate WB are saving me HOURS in post. I do portraits and lifestyle as well. Enjoying the 35mm 1.4. The kit 18-55 is the finest piece of mass-market consumer engineering in the history of camera manufacturing. I love having all my controls mapped to physical dials. The menu system is intuitive, minimalist, and highly customizable. Everything can be learned in an afternoon. IQ for both stills and video are superb. I would take XE3 video over slog any day as I find the colors and highlight/shadow curves perfectly suitable for editing SOOC. TTL through Godox’s great flash units. All the barriers have been lifted. I’ve owned APSC/FF Canon, Nikon, Sony and Panasonic’s awesome LX100. This XE3 is THE one.

  5. I’m moving up from a Sony RX100V and wanted a compact interchangeable lens camera capable of producing outstanding images and I think the Fuji XE3 hits it right on the mark.In the past I’ve also used a Sony A7 with a Zeiss Batis 85mm 1.8 and can state that the results coming out the Fuji XE3 with a Leica Summilux 50mm 1.4 are substantially better – at least to my eye. Granted, much of that could be the lens, and the A7 is probably near the end of its product cycle, but the Zeiss is certainly no slouch and the fact that we can even compare results from a full frame sensor and an APS-C is really quite incredible. Given that this setup is about half the size of the A7+Zeiss and at a price point of

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