Fujifilm X-Pro3 Review: A deliberately difficult street-shooter

The Fujifilm X-Pro3 is a strange camera. It's built around a rangefinder design, with an offset optical viewfinder that can swap to an EVF, but its LCD screen is hidden against the body of the camera. Despite the rangefinder design, which can't zoom or change framing through the OVF, it can swap lenses. It can shoot video, but with the aforementioned fold-out screen, it's difficult to monitor or frame your shots. This is a camera really build for people nostalgic for Leica rangefinders, and looking for a camera built for one thing: street photography. If that's what you want, you're probably already lusting after the X-Pro3, for everyone else, it's hard not to recommend the more flexible X-T3 over this camera.

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