With a hidden display to free you from distraction
While most digital (specifically mirrorless) cameras cater to both photo and video, Fujifilm made it clear that its X-Pro 3 professional camera is made specifically for photographers and photojournalists.
This is evident with the X-Pro 3’s back panel that resembles the design of rangefinder cameras of yesteryears. The square LCD panel be default shows white balance, film simulation, and ISO settings, and is meant for photographers to be less distracted while shooting. Should one need a fullscreen display, the 3-inch touchscreen panel is hidden behind the square LCD panel and comes with a 180-degree tilt.
Staying true to the X-Pro’s roots, the X-Pro 3 has an optical viewfinder with 0.5x magnification and parallax-correcting frame lines to ensure that your composition is right. Assisting the optical viewfinder is a 3.69-million-dot electronic viewfinder (EVF) that lets you see the resulting photo in real-time.
Inside the X-Pro 3 is a 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS sensor paired with an X-Processor 4 Quad-Core imaging engine. By default, the X-Pro 3 has a 160-12800 ISO Range and can detect subjects with a near-darkness luminance of -6EV. While the X-Pro 3 is not meant for videos, you can shoot 4K30 footage with it—but you are limited to 15 minutes.
Other features include USB-C, Dual UHS-II SD Card slots, a smoother shutter release unit, Titanium top and bottom plates, and an optional Duratecht surface-hardened finish (in black or silver) that uses cold plasma hardening for a scratch-resistant finish.
The X-Pro 3 retails for $1800(~Php 91.9k) for the standard black version and $2000(~Php 102.1k) for the DR black / DR silver versions.