Fujifilm X-E3 review

Previous X-E models have proved themselves to be great alternatives to Fujifilm's pricier offerings – and the X-E3 follows suit

Fujifilm X-E3 review

Digital Camera World Verdict

The X-E3’s rangefinder styling and traditional external controls are welcome departure from regular camera design. It’s compact and responsive, and its image quality is first rate.


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    Impressive image quality

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    Sharp, responsive viewfinder

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    Shoot up to 8fps and 4K video


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    Imbalanced with large lenses

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    Controls take getting used to

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    Can't change ISO control externally

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The X-E3 is Fujifilm’s  mid-range, rangefinder-style camera. Whilst the new Fujifilm X-E4 is now on sale - the older X-E3 has been made more attractive due to a lowered price - so is still well worth considering.

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