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After my comparison of the Sony A7II with Fujifilm many of you pointed out that a better comparison would be that to Sony's a6xxx APS-C lineup. At first I dismissed it as my goal was to help choosing between A7 and Fuji systems focusing on those two as companies' flagship products, but then it got …
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Fujifilm X-E3 is a compact rangefinder style member of the X-Trans III family. Together with X-T2, X-Pro2, X-T20 and X-H1 it shares the Fujifilm's own (although based on Sony architecture) 24mpix sensor. This is of course an X-Trans sensor with different (to industry standard) layout of color pixels and as such should not be bundled with new Fujifilm XA cameras which, although share the same mount and pixel count, have completely different sensors.
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The lens is relatively light and small - compared to Fuji's older 23mm prime - the F1.4 it 1cm shorter and 120g lighter. Many shooters also report that the F2 lens focuses faster, although thgough my very short tests made on the F1.4 I have to say that I don't notice any large differences between the AF systems of the two lenses.