Fujifilm X-T3 Autofocus Continuous: 11 fps (MS) and 30 fps in 1.25x Crop Mode (ES)
Fujifilm X-T3 Continuous Shooting
A few weeks ago, we shared here on fujirumors that the X-T3 will shoot 20 fps bursts and even faster in “crop mode”.
Now we have some more details about the continuous autofocus shooting on the X-T3 (thanks).
The Fujifilm X-T3 will shoot up to:
- 11 fps using the mechanical shutter (MS)
- 20 fps with electronic shutter (ES)
- 30 fps in 1.25x crop mode with electronic shutter (ES)
As a reference, the X-T2 and X-H1 shoot 11 fps with MS and 14fps with ES. The Sony A9 shoots at 20 fps ES.
In terms of speed and features, the Fujifilm X-T3 seems to benefit a lot from the new processor and sensor. Check out the full list of specs and features below.
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Rumored Fujifilm X-T3 Specs
- 30fps with ES in 1.25x crop mode
- 20fps with ES full sensor readout
- 11 fps MS
- X-T3 has an exposure compensation dial
- headphone jack
- no selfie screen
- Phase detection coverage on entire sensor
- Improved Face/Eye detection
- 425 AF Points, available also in AF-C
- Improved Low Light Autofocus
- Video Specs: 4K at 60p, Zebra and 10 bit (I am verifying if 10 bit is also internal)
- No new film simulation (for now)
- Base ISO 160
- Fujifilm X-T3 Will Cost Less than Fujifilm X-T2 (less than $1,599)
- 20 fps continous shooting and even higher in crop mode
- Fujifilm X-T3 Coming with New Vertical Battery Grip – confirmed by registration at Radio Agency
- Announcement at or before photokina 2018 (end of September)
- 26MP X-Trans sensor
- maybe stacked sensor (still do be confirmed by trusted sources, so grain of salt)
- new processor
- no IBIS
- shipping October/November
- touch screen
- better battery performance (probably by keeping same battery, since Fujifilm registered a new battery charger for NP-W126s batteries, as reported here)
new film simulation (grain of salt rumor for now)
- made in China