In a time when all new camera bodies are playing variations on a theme, the Fujifilm X-Pro3 stands out.
When it arrived on the market in late 2019 the Fujifilm X-Pro3 faced its share of controversy, namely over the hidden flip-down LCD screen. It’s a camera where even if you understand what Fuji was going for with the design, you’re either going to really love it or really hate it. Personally, I would love to see more manufacturers create “controversial” cameras that aren’t out to please everyone. Unfortunately, this may also be the worst time for fun ideas as the market continues to shrink.
Casey Cavanaugh, more widely known as GxAce, put together this long-term review of the X-Pro3 that doesn’t so much focus on the spec sheet, rather its lasting impression. While there is some talk about the controversial flip-down screen, he mostly focuses on the important factors for people who have moved past that such as its great film emulation. Check out the video above for all of his thoughts.
Have you used the Fujifilm X-Pro3 now that it’s been available for some time? Was the hidden LCD screen a pain or a blessing to your shooting style? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.