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Early this morning Fujifilm announced the Fujifilm X-Pro3, a camera that features the latest technology found in the X-T3, but with a body design that makes shooting with the camera feel like you might be using an old film camera. The camera has a hidden LCD screen, which means that anyone using the camera will have to spend a little more time composing images through the viewfinder.

Fujifilm X-Pro3 top view
The new titanium top and bottom plates on the camera make this one of the most durable Fujifilm cameras ever. Fujifilm

The X-Pro3 has a titanium exterior—making it one of the most durable Fujifilm bodies ever—and comes in three different colors: classic black, DR black and DR silver. Here is what else is new about the camera:

  • Back illuminated 26.1 megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor
  • X-Processor 4 image processing engine found in the X-T3
  • Phase-detection autofocus that works down to -6EV
  • Hybrid viewfinder combines OVF and EVF technology, allows you to see outside of the frame
  • 3.69M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder
  • Hidden 1.62M-dot tilting LCD touchscreen
  • Mini display shows essential settings when the LCD is closed
  • Weather sealed body
  • New Classic Neg. film mode
  • Increased control over grain, clarity, and white balance settings
  • 8/16bit TIFF output
  • Multi-exposure up to 9 frames
Fujifilm X-Pro3 back view
A hidden LCD screen on the camera means that photographers will spend more time composing images while looking through the viewfinder of the camera. Fujifilm

The classic black version of the camera will be available at the end of November for $1800. The DR versions will be available mid December for $2000.