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X Series

FUJIFILM X-T3New

Movie Recording

Movie Recording

4K/60P 10bit HDMI output and internal SD card recording

The FUJIFILM X-T3 is our first model that features 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit HDMI output and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording. Supported video formats include the widely-used H.264/MPEG-4 AVC as well as H.265/HEVC for greater data compression. This enables 200Mbps bitrate recording when shooting 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit. Video compression options available are ALL-Intra* and Long GOP. When using ALL-Intra*, video is recorded at 400Mbps**.

Enhanced ISO performance for a wider scope of video expressions

The introduction of a new noise reduction process and new “4K interframe NR” function have reduced noise at ISO12800 by the equivalent of approx. 2 stops. The NR process has a greater level of noise-identifying accuracy for appropriate denoising performance. The 4K interframe NR function uses differential data between adjacent frames to reduce noise even further. Furthermore, the minimum sensitivity for shooting F-Log and with the setting of DR400% footage has been extended from ISO800 to ISO640.

Equipped with Hybrid Log Gamma video recording and simultaneous output of Film Simulation and F-Log footage***

The X-T3 supports Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG) video recording which is one of the formats defined in the ITU-R BT.2100 international standards*4. HLG allows the capture of rich and realistic images in a scene where there is a huge gap between highlight and shadow, or subjects with high color saturation. Simultaneous output of Film Simulation and F-Log footage is also available with the X-T3*5 allowing you to record in F-Log while previewing the footage with a Film Simulation applied, via an external monitor.

SDR Image (Left), HDR Image (Right)

Greater freedom of gradations with 10bit color depth

The FUJIFILM X-T3’s 10bit color depth has 64 times the color information versus an 8bit depth system. With the wide dynamic range of 400% (approx. 12 stops), it enables gradation-rich video recording when applying “ETERNA”, characterized by subdued color and rich shadow tones, or “F-Log,” which is a gamma curve option with an even wider dynamic range.

Simultaneous output of 4K HDMI and internal SD card recording

The FUJIFILM X-T3 supports 4K/60P 4:2:2 10bit HDMI output and 4K/60P 4:2:0 10bit internal SD card recording simultaneously. This allows you to take backup video or conduct 4K/60P internal SD card recording while monitoring 4K/60P footage. Also, the sensor’s read speed is about 1.5 times faster than current models, which enables fast 17msec reading of 4K/60P video. The rolling shutter distortion has been reduced for even smoother filming of fast-moving subjects.

MKX cinema lenses for dramatically improving the quality of video footage

Award-winning FUJINON cinema lenses are now also available with the X Mount, offering edge-to-edge sharpness and excellent portability. Cine lenses suppress focus shift while zooming and reduce lens breathing during focusing, something photographic lenses do not. Furthermore, the MKX lenses feature three manual rings for precise adjustments of focus, zoom and aperture, allowing for comfortable functionality and operation.

Movie Recording Mode

Notes

  • * Available at 4K/29.97P, 25P, 24P, 23.98P, and FHD/59.94P, 50P, 29.97P, 25P, 24P, 23.98P when H.265/HEVC is selected. Not compatible with H.264.
  • ** Available at 4K/29.97P, 25P, 24P or 23.98P
    Requires an SD card with the video speed class of V60 or above to record at the bitrate of 400Mbps
  • *** Firmware version 2.00 is required
  • *4 Only compatible with H.265 (HEVC). Viewing HLG footage requires a television or display compatible with HLG formats.
  • *5 Not compatible with 59.94P/50P, FHD high speed rec., 4K interframe NR, and HDMI output info display mode. Cannot choose different image size (4K/FHD) for HDMI output and internal SD card recording.
  • *6 Not compatible with DCI4K.
  • *7 Codec and bit rate will be changed depends on the recorder.
  • *8 Cannot choose slower shutter speed than framerate

A Closer Look