Features we could see in Fujifilm's X-Pro 3 this fall
A lot of photographers, including us, are excited that Fujifilm is set to release its next version of the X-Pro 2 this fall! The highly anticipated arrival of the X-Pro 3 is expected to take the technology of its beloved predecessor, the Pro-2, to the next tech level.
Fujifilm is known for taking their best camera systems and improving on them significantly, often in unexpected ways. So we aren't expecting to be disappointed by the Pro-3! While it won't be easy to do, there's no doubt the Pro-3 will be an improvement on the already beloved and excellent camera, the Pro-2.
The changes we expect to see should make it a highly desirable camera, whether you're using it for professional purposes or as a hobby photographer.
Here are seven features we think we could see once the Pro-3 is introduced:
We think Fuji will improve on the already excellent Autofocus features.
A touchscreen LCD with better contrast would be another great improvement for when you're shooting outdoors.
The X-Pro 3 will probably have many of the best features of Fuji's X-T3, including same quad-core image processing chip.
An EVF with better resolution would be a much-needed improvement we'd love to see.
We're pretty sure the Pro-3 will have an excellent sensor and image processor given it's following on the heels of the Pro-2.
Next, we're hoping Fujifilm improves on its battery performance with the X-Pro 3, along with a larger grip to hold the battery. If there's a weakness to its cameras, this is certainly one we hope to see improved.
Lastly, for videographers: giving the Pro-3 the same 4K video capabilities and features as the X-T3, as well as adding IBIS, would be an excellent idea. It would make it a coveted camera for videographers.
It's not easy for a company to take a great camera and make it better. Fujifilm certainly has a knack for doing that, and we don't think they'll disappoint come fall with the introduction of the Pro-3!