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Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Digital Camera £899 @ Amazon
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Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Digital Camera £899 @ Amazon

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Posted 29th Jun

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Decent price drop body only in black


  • Back-illuminated X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, boasting a resolution of 26.1MP
  • 3.69-million-dot high resolution EVF with a high magnification ratio of 0.75x.
  • 4K/60P movie recording
  • Fast and accurate phase detection AF across the frame
  • X-T3 Body - Black, Li-ion battery NP-W126S, Battery charger BC-W126S, Shoe-mount flash unit EF-X8, Shoulder strap, Body cap, Strap clip, Protective cover, Clip at teaching tool, Hot shoe cover
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Decent price, usually £1149
Great price. The best camera under £1000, next to the E-M1 II, G9 and X-H1
Same price as a refurb from Fujifilm, with the added convenience of interest free payments to Amazon over 5 months
Just keep in mind the x-t4 is out
sunpreet29/06/2020 19:51

Just keep in mind the x-t4 is out


Is there a significant difference
RaiKush29/06/2020 19:56

Is there a significant difference


IBIS. Fully articulated screen. Larger battery capacity. Quieter shutter. Faster continuous mechanical shutter. New film simulation. For starters. Plus about £500.
dlo24729/06/2020 20:05

IBIS. Fully articulated screen. Larger battery capacity. Quieter shutter. …IBIS. Fully articulated screen. Larger battery capacity. Quieter shutter. Faster continuous mechanical shutter. New film simulation. For starters. Plus about £500.


Whoa okay, that's a fair amount of increments especially battery & IBIS, so fair enough.
RaiKush29/06/2020 20:08

Whoa okay, that's a fair amount of increments especially battery & IBIS, …Whoa okay, that's a fair amount of increments especially battery & IBIS, so fair enough.


The T3 is still too quality though. I've got both
Yes and will be a model in parallel to the x-t4. It's not set to replace
dlo24729/06/2020 20:05

IBIS. Fully articulated screen. Larger battery capacity. Quieter shutter. …IBIS. Fully articulated screen. Larger battery capacity. Quieter shutter. Faster continuous mechanical shutter. New film simulation. For starters. Plus about £500.


Difference is more like £650, so 2/3rd more than T3 (although IBIS is quite attractive).
Edited by: "Matholwch" 29th Jun
dlo24729/06/2020 20:19

The T3 is still too quality though. I've got both


That's fair enough, 1st hand info about the differences. I have had the low end of fujis 🗻 , and have been interested in the mirrorless ones, but lenses are prohibitive for me as they're expensive, and I am no pro. Had I been pro, then maybe fair enough.
Matholwch29/06/2020 20:25

Difference is more like £650, so 2/3rd more than T3 (although IBIS is …Difference is more like £650, so 2/3rd more than T3 (although IBIS is quite attractive).


Well with this deal yes.
dlo24729/06/2020 20:19

The T3 is still too quality though. I've got both


You got both Xt3 and xt4?
Heat for deal. I felt no reason to go from T2 to T3 and I believe the T2 was still selling well when the T3 was out. If a T4 was affordable, I'd be interested but it isn't so happy to stay with T2. I see T2 as I see Nikon D300s in the Nikon line up. one of the classics.
mccririck29/06/2020 21:06

Are you the Angry Photographer?


No way I'm an actual photographer
Bhupathy_alagiri29/06/2020 20:50

You got both Xt3 and xt4?


Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently as a guess purchase. Still I didnt realise is it really good camera? Coz I used to have canon 750d. Please tell me is it still worth keeping fuji or should I go back to canon? Thanks in advance
Bhupathy_alagiri29/06/2020 21:09

Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently …Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently as a guess purchase. Still I didnt realise is it really good camera? Coz I used to have canon 750d. Please tell me is it still worth keeping fuji or should I go back to canon? Thanks in advance


What lenses do you use with your 750D and with your X-T20 respectively?
RaiKush29/06/2020 20:08

Whoa okay, that's a fair amount of increments especially battery & IBIS, …Whoa okay, that's a fair amount of increments especially battery & IBIS, so fair enough.


Mind you'll need a few spares of the new battery, with the X-T4. Oh and no battery charger supplied with it either :-( So yet more coin!
airdsuk29/06/2020 21:34

Mind you'll need a few spares of the new battery, with the X-T4. Oh and …Mind you'll need a few spares of the new battery, with the X-T4. Oh and no battery charger supplied with it either :-( So yet more coin!


Dang, these manufacturers must be giving u extras especially when paying top dollar, but then shareholders want their dividends, so the cash gotta come from somewhere.
Bhupathy_alagiri29/06/2020 21:09

Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently …Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently as a guess purchase. Still I didnt realise is it really good camera? Coz I used to have canon 750d. Please tell me is it still worth keeping fuji or should I go back to canon? Thanks in advance


Fuji makes great cameras. All new cameras are great regardless of who makes them, it's the person behind it that makes the difference.
Just ordered the T4, usually get non oem batteries as spares and will need a charger as well for T4. Anyone aware of decent batteries and chargers - don't really want to drop anothet £100, am aware of the arguments of using genuine kit but personally never had any issues with copies.
Edited by: "vale.of.clwyd" 29th Jun
I'm current using an X-T20 which I bought back in March and loving it. It's the first camera system I've used that has made me question my Canon gear - I'm not saying it's better but just that I've considered the change.
I think I'd prefer the 3 over the 4 as I actually prefer the screen articulation on the 3. Being a 6D ii owner I have experience of the fully articulating screen and hands down the X-T20 is better - for my needs anyway. I don't shoot video so I don't need the full articulation. For stills the side out screen is much more useful.

**Edit** Has the price returned to £1099 already? I'm not seeing £899.
Edited by: "GMac11" 29th Jun
GMac1129/06/2020 21:54

I'm current using an X-T20 which I bought back in March and loving it. …I'm current using an X-T20 which I bought back in March and loving it. It's the first camera system I've used that has made me question my Canon gear - I'm not saying it's better but just that I've considered the change.I think I'd prefer the 3 over the 4 as I actually prefer the screen articulation on the 3. Being a 6D ii owner I have experience of the fully articulating screen and hands down the X-T20 is better - for my needs anyway. I don't shoot video so I don't need the full articulation. For stills the slide out screen is much more useful.**Edit** Has the price returned to £1099 already? I'm not seeing £899.


Very good I got it too
GMac1129/06/2020 21:54

I'm current using an X-T20 which I bought back in March and loving it. …I'm current using an X-T20 which I bought back in March and loving it. It's the first camera system I've used that has made me question my Canon gear - I'm not saying it's better but just that I've considered the change.I think I'd prefer the 3 over the 4 as I actually prefer the screen articulation on the 3. Being a 6D ii owner I have experience of the fully articulating screen and hands down the X-T20 is better - for my needs anyway. I don't shoot video so I don't need the full articulation. For stills the slide out screen is much more useful.**Edit** Has the price returned to £1099 already? I'm not seeing £899.


Yep, looks like Amazon sold out, Carmarthen Cameras are the current sellers at the higher price.
Bhupathy_alagiri29/06/2020 21:09

Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently …Looks like you are core fan of fujiflim camera's. I bought x-t20 recently as a guess purchase. Still I didnt realise is it really good camera? Coz I used to have canon 750d. Please tell me is it still worth keeping fuji or should I go back to canon? Thanks in advance


As another contributor already mentioned what lenses you currently have for each could away your decision.
Based on my own personal experience I would go Fuji over the 750D. My X-T20 is pretty much on a par with my full frame 6d ii. Sharpness and image quality are more or less equal (however admittedly the lenses are a mitigating factor). I honestly believe the Fuji has better dynamic range, some may disagree but what I will say is the DR is the best I've seen for an Aps-c camera. The only area where my X-T20 can't keep up is the shallow dof for those truly blurry backgrounds. However that's obviously a drawback on the sensor size and not the camera tech although with the right lens it's no slouch either.
dolanduck29/06/2020 19:44

Great price. The best camera under £1000, next to the E-M1 II, G9 and X-H1


New nikon z5 likely to give it a run for its money but maybe not quite as good for video.
shows £1099 for me
DealHugger29/06/2020 21:19

What lenses do you use with your 750D and with your X-T20 respectively?


EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom Lens

Fujifilm- XF 18-55mm
Bhupathy_alagiri30/06/2020 00:46

EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom …EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom LensFujifilm- XF 18-55mm


If you don’t have any plan of adding any more lenses, either of them should be fine. It is really hard to find a bad camera nowadays really. Again, if you don’t have any plan of adding more lenses, I think X-T20 might have some advantages over the 750D, because the kit lens is better, and X-T20 has better and more tactile controls for learners. The jpegs from X-T20 might be more pleasing than those from Canon too for beginners don’t want to get too deep into post-processing yet.

Some gotchas though, to get the absolutely best sharpening results from the Fuji X-Trans bodies like X-T20, Capture One or Iridient is recommended rather than Lightroom, but probably not something you should worry about yet. I have also found X-T20 got some relatively high failure rate of internal battery failure which cost a couple of hundred quid to fix. I might be paranoid, but it might be worth of having a warranty in place or sell it when the warranty runs out.
Bhupathy_alagiri30/06/2020 00:46

EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom …EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom LensFujifilm- XF 18-55mm


If you plan to add more lenses in the near future though, the Canon lenses are normally way cheaper than their Fuji counterparts. The Fuji lenses might have better image quality, but the system as a whole lack budget options for some focal lengths.
Edited by: "DealHugger" 30th Jun
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Bhupathy_alagiri30/06/2020 00:46

EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom … EOS 750D DSLR Camera with EF-S 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM Zoom LensFujifilm- XF 18-55mm


Personally I prefer the X-T20, which I owned for a while and that 18-55 lens is excellent, definitely prefer it over the canon kit lens (which I had with a canon 80D).
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