It’s pretty difficult to find any other camera that matches the Fujifilm X-T3’s video and stills specifications, performance and price, but we’ve found three other high-speed APS-C cameras that come close: The Nikon D500, Olympus OM-D E-M1 II and Sony A6500.
The X-T3 is a clear winner in the resolution test. It’s matched by the formidable Nikon D500 up to ISO 400, but while the Nikon and the rest fall away at higher ISOs, the X-T3 maintains its resolution at the same high level right up to ISO 6400. There’s a quiet revolution going on the field of sensor design and image processing, and the X-T3 shows just how far the technology has come.
Signal to noise ratio
Again, the Fujifilm X-T3 is a clear winner here, despite having a higher pixel count than the rest. Surprisingly, the Olympus OM-D E-M1 II runs it a close second, even catching up at very high ISO settings. We’ve grown used to seeing very good results from these Micro Four Thirds sensors, despite their smaller size.
Again, the X-T3 and the Olympus are very close, with the OM-D E-M1 II even sneaking slightly ahead at very high ISO settings. The Nikon D500 pretty much matches the pair of them up to ISO 800 but then falls away, while the two-year old Sony A6500 is starting to show its age in fourth place.