Fujifilm is on the verge to announce a new Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless camera sometime before Photokina 2018 and it will have a 26MP APS-c stacked sensor.
As previous rumors indicates that the weather-sealed mirrorless camera will allegedly be present at world’s largest digital imaging event. There were some expectations about a new sensor more than 24MP.
Recent reports claims that the Fujifilm X-T3 camera will feature a 26-megapixel stacked sensor. As we know this sensor type is one of the reasons the Sony A9 ($4,498) is able to achieve 20fps burst speeds. So what to expect from Fujifilm X-T3?
Fujifilm X-T3 Mirrorless Camera to Feature 26MP Stacked Sensor
A stacked sensor dedicates a layer to collect the image data and a layer dedicated to processing that data, which allows high-resolution cameras to perform at faster rates. So if Fujifilm X-T3 will feature a 26MP stacked sensor, we can expect faster autofocus and burst with better video performance.
Here are the rumored specs of the X-T3 camera so far.
Rumored Fujifilm X-T3 Specs
- 26MP APS-C X-
Trans CMOS Stacked Sensor
- Improved X-processor
- No IBIS
- Better Native ISO
- 14fps burst mode
- 4K video at 60fps
- Built-in Bluetooth like the X-E3 and X-H1
- Improved battery life
- Price around $1,599
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