Dustin Abbott: Fujifilm X-T3/XF200mm Review – Who Needs Full Frame?

If you believe that small/light high-quality cameras systems should be the focus of mirrorless cameras than there is no better camera than the Fujifilm X-T3 on the market today. The retro aesthetic isn’t for everyone, but no company has invested in APS-C like Fujifilm and it shows. Many photographers have left Full Frame behind to get into the Fujifilm ecosystem, but there are still holdouts even though the technology in APS-C is good enough today to compete with most Full Frame cameras on the market.

Fujifilm X-T3 News, Rumors, and Collaboration
Fujifilm X-T Owners Group
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