As I was doing a simple write up on the new Fujifilm X-A3 on my blog;
I thought the IQ were pretty stunning for a entry level camera.
More read via this link : https://fujifanboys.com/2016/09/09/x-a3-its-pinkalicious/
That caught me thinking; is the IQ better then the older generation X-series
cameras? As with technologies; it can only get better or not?
So I decided to take out a X100T, X-T1, X-Pro1 which are all 16MP to take on
the 24MP X-A3. All mounted with a XF23mm F1.4 lens. Except for X100T which
already house a 23mm F2 leaf shutter lens.
All the setting were set to ISO 200 at F2. As this is not a scientific test but rather
a photographer with nothing better to do on a Saturday evening. I just wanna test
on IQ and not on any other stuff like high ISO or auto focus speed.
Here are the 4 pictures. Could this new X-A3 beats the old guards? Let me
know what are your thoughts?
Below are the actual files if you wanna view full size.
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Every picture has the X-A3 in the exif data.
Why the X-A3 needs more speed with the same aperture to get even more clearer phototographies? Is its sensor and processoe the same as the one inside the X-T2? Otherwise it is very dificult to find diferences
Hi jean, I have not really tested the X-A3 except for a pre-production set. X-A3 uses is different sensor from X-T2 and I believe
the processor is definitely different too.
I have a X100S. I heard there is a new one coming out next year.
yes yes! sooner then you think…….
The white balance of the X-A3 is…. Nikon style.