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The game has changed. Medium-format re-invented. FUJIFILM announces Development of Professional-use Mirrorless Camera System “GFX”.
Smaller and lighter than D-SLR systems and featuring much bigger sensors than compact cameras, Fujifilm's X Series Compact System Cameras are an award-winning alternative both for Pros and Enthusiasts alike.
Compatible with Fujifilm's X Series Compact System Cameras, FUJINON's XF lens range is renowned for its high precision engineering and superb quality. Find out more about the current line-up.
Featuring incredible attention to detail, advanced technologies and superb image output, Fujifilm's range of X Series fixed lens cameras will make you fall in love with photography all over again.
Thanks to the newly developed image recognition algorithm, the FUJIFILM X-E3 is able to track moving subjects twice as fast as previous models*. In addition, the FUJIFILM X-E3 is also able to track moving subjects of half the size as before.
Choose between 91 or 325 focus points. The fast and accurate phase detection pixels cover 50% [side-to-side] and 75% [top-to-bottom] of the frame.
The camera offers Single Point AF for accurate focus on a single focus point, Zone AF for a moving subject and Wide/Tracking AF. If "ALL" is selected, it is possible to seamlessly switch the AF mode using the rear command dial.
|AF-S + Single Point||For capturing subjects using a specific AF point|
|AF-S + Zone||For capturing subjects across a large AF area (3x3, 5x5, 7x7)|
|AF-S + Wide||For automatically capturing a subject across the frame|
|AF-C + Single Point||For continuous spot-focusing|
|AF-C + Zone||For tracking a subject within a selected area|
|AF-C + Tracking||For continuously tracking a subject across the frame|
The camera offers five AF-C presets for a variety of different subjects.
|SET 1||Standard setting|
|SET 2||Ignoring obstacles|
|SET 3||Accelerating / decelerating subjects|
|SET 4||For subjects that suddenly come into the frame|
|SET 5||Erratically moving subjects|