Fujifilm X-T3 vs Sony A7III Comparisons Roundup: “I Got Rid of my Sony A7III and I Urge Evey Sony Shooter to Try Fujifilm X-T3”

Fujifilm X-T3 vs Sony A7III

There are so many reviews out there about the Fujifilm X-T3, and, inevitably, many also comare it to the Sony A7III. So today’s Fujifilm X-T3 roundup is dedicated to comparisons with the Sony A7III.

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Fuji X-T3 vs Sony A7III Comparison NR.1

Let’s start with Venture Arthouse (video above), and the reasons why he got rid of his Sony A7III and Sony A6500 for the Fujifilm X-T3. Here are some keypoints:

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Fujifilm X-T3 vs Sony A7III, Nikon Z7, Canon EOSR Video Autofocus and High ISO Comparison

Max Yuryev compared the high ISO and video autofocus performance of the Fujifilm X-T3, Sony A7III, Canon EOS R, Nikon Z7.

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CONTINUOUS VIDEO AUTOFOCUS

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MIRRORLESS WARS Part 2: Fujifilm vs Canon, Nikon, Sony and Panasonic by Tony Northrup

Mirrorless Wars

Back in August, Tony and Chelsea Northrup have posted their thoughts about the so-called mirrorless war, where they basically predicted success for full frame, and said Fujifilm will remain a niche product, because it’s only APS-C and they don’t have super fast glass to match full frame DOF. You can see the summary of the video here.

Did the release of the Fujifilm X-T3 and Fujifilm GFX 50R made them more optimistic about Fujifilm’s future?

And did the Nikon Z7, Nikon Z6 and Canon EOS R keep up with the hype and hopes? And what about the Panasonic S1 and S1R?

Here some key points:

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Fujifilm X-T3 vs Sony A7III vs Canon EOS R vs Nikon Z7 Video Quality Comparison by Max Yuryev

Video Quality Comparison

Max Yuryev compared the 4K, 1080p and slow motion video quality between the Fujifilm X-T3, Sony A7III, Canon EOS R, Nikon Z7 and Blackmagic Pocket 4K. Check out the video above.

The results:

4K Video:

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Mirrorless Sports Shootout: Tony Northrup Compares Fujifilm X-T3, Canon EOS R, Nikon Z7, Sony A7III, Sony A7RIII, Sony A9

Mirrorless Sports Shootout

Which one is the best mirrorless camera for sports between the Fujifilm X-T3, Canon EOS R, Nikon Z7, Sony A7 III, Sony A7R III and Sony A9?

Tony Northrup tries to answer this in his latest review, and here is what he concludes, from the best to the worst.

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1) Sony A9 – WINNER

  • 20 fps and with some lenses (such as the Sony GM 400mm F2.8) it can achieve 20 sharp images
  • no blackout
  • it’s very expenisve, so Tony would push people to Fujifilm X-T3, because it is so much cheaper and a great all around camera

2) Fujifilm X-T3 (with XF50-140) – 2nd PLACE

  • Tony’s favorite camera to use overall
  • 30 fps with no EVF blackout, but tacking tends to slow down to about 12 fps and only an average of 8.5 are in focus
  • tacking side to side is only OK, like the Sony
  • better than Sony A7III and A7rIII
  • APS-C, less DOF and more noise. He says Fujifilm can fix both this by releasing fast lenses (such as the XF200mmF2, which is full frame equivalent 300/2.8 [I add also the XF33mmF1.0]
  • amazing video camera

3) Sony A7R III

  • Very close to A7III
  • more megapixel allow you to crop more
  • workable subject tracking, but not very reliable

4) Sony A7 III

  • dual SD-card slot, but one is only USH-I, which does makes buffer slow
  • whole camera locks up while writing to buffer
  • 5.2 sharp images out of 8
  • better selection of native glass than Canon EOS R and Nikon Z7
  • 8fps on paper, but only 5 in focus on average
  • Sony is not well known for good weather sealing

5) Nikon Z7

  • effective 4 fps, but only 60% in focus, hence about same performance to Canon EOS R
  • impracticable user interface
  • stick with your D500 or D850, where AF works better
  • single SD-card slot

6) Canon EOS R

  • the worst
  • only 2.5 shots in focus
  • slow but accurate
  • no jostick
  • single card slot
  • you can adapt lots of long Canon glass, but focus is not as fast as when used on DSLR

Check out the full video at Tony & Chelsea Northrup Youtube

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