Image credit – Nokishita Camera

The Fujifilm X-T3 is expected to be announced soon, although it seems that ahead of the official announcement, Nokishita Camera (via Fuji Rumors) has managed to get their hands on more specs of the upcoming camera and revealed it in full, leaving little to the imagination for when the camera is announced (assuming it is accurate).

According to the leaked specs, we’re looking at the use of an X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and the camera will also be sporting an image processing engine in the form of the X-Processor 4. Also what’s interesting is that it seems that Fujifilm is finally taking video seriously because according to the leak, the X-T3 will be capable of 4K video recording at 60p.

What’s interesting is that earlier this year the X-H1 was announced which offered 4K video at 30fps, so to see Fujifilm make the jump to 60fps is actually very impressive. Other features also include a “pre-shooting” mode that begins shooting the moment the shutter button is pressed halfway, and the full shot will be recorded when the button has been pressed in full.

This allows photographers to start capturing images on the spot for moments that they don’t want to miss out on. The X-T3 is expected to be officially announced on the 6th of September. So far we’ve seen a leaked photo which suggests that for the most part, the camera’s design will remain the same. We’ve also heard rumors that it could potentially be priced cheaper than its predecessor, the X-T2.

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