Many wonder whether buying a Fujifilm X-T3 is still worthy despite having the newly launched Fujifilm X-T4 as an option. Fortunately, this article will help you make an educated decision, whether it is still worth buying or not.
The X-T3 is the first model from Fujifilm to carry a 26.1 MP sensor. It is also the first Fujifilm camera to have the back-illuminated X-Trans sensor, making it better able to gather light and produce better quality pictures. Aside from that, this model also has 2.16 million phase detection sensors all over the full image area, which is a significant upgrade from its previous model.
- It has a 26.1 MP sensor
- It has a high-speed burst feature
- 4k video
- AF coverage on the full image area
- The touch input can be too sensitive
- It does not have an in-body stabilization feature
- Tilting screen only
Despite having a newer option, the Fujifilm X-T4 is still an excellent camera. The only major downside that it has is that it does not have in-body stabilization. However, since it is the more affordable model, it is too much to expect it to have all the higher-end features.