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Price, quality, performance, warranty, brand trust, after sales & service, reusability,
familiarity and easy to operate. The X-T3 is so good, in so many areas, that
you really have to scrape the barrel to find anything negative to say about it at all.
Yes, a bigger buffer depth would have been good in continuous shooting mode and it’s
a shame there’s no in-body stabilisation, but if you look at the price and what this
camera can do, it outweighs all these tiny niggles. Rivals are creeping up, notably the
Nikon Z 50, but right now the X-T3 still feels in a class of its own. The X-T3 handles just like the X-T2 and X-T1
before it, and feels much more like an old-school film SLR than a modern digital SLR does, which
is ironic. It’s well balanced, with firm, positive controls and a real premium-quality
feel. A few people might complain that there’s
not much of an increase in resolution, but the real point of this upgrade is the X-T3’s
massive boost in processing power, autofocus and 4K video capability. Kindly See the Description for This Product
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