The world of camera technology turns incredibly quickly, as the new Fujifilm X-E3 makes (literally) clear. The camera, an upgrade over Fujifilm's previous X-E2 model and Fujifilm's smallest viewfinder-equipped product, is only a few years newer, but it packs wildly improved features.
The biggest addition to the Fujifilm X-E3 is the inclusion of 4K video recording, which affords far more freedom and quality for those producing video content with the camera. It further has a touchscreen and Bluetooth LE now, bringing it in line with the standard features available on other competitors. The tiny camera also runs with a 24.3 megapixel X-Trans III sensor, the same model used on Fujifilm's larger camera bodies.
Priced at just $900, the X-E3 is a competitive offering from the historic camera company.