Improving the ergonomics of Fujifilm X-E3

Fujifilm X-E3 is the latest mirrorless camera that keeps the rangefinder look and packs the most relevant technology of the day. It’s very much similar with the X-T20 sibling, featuring the 24MP APS-C sensor with X-Trans colour filter array, improved AF tracking, Wi-Fi with Bluetooth for connection to a smartphone, shutter speed and exposure comp dials, twin clickable command dials, up to 325 focus points selectable from a joystick, 4K video and USB charging.

It is smaller than its predecessor, the X-E2S, in every way, also lighter and this is a good way for portability, but it can affect the ergonomics, especially for the photographer with larger hands, or those using larger and heavier zoom lenses. A hand grip could be a cheap and simple solution to improve the manoeuvrability of this new camera and Meike already made one.

Photos by Damian Brown


Curated by Sebastian Boatca




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  • Damian Brown

    Hi. Thanks linking to my video!

    Could you credit the stills that were taken from it please? A clickable link to the video with my name is fine 🙂

    • Hi Damian! Yes, of course, we added the credit.
      Thank you for stopping by our website! 🙂

  • I’m hoping the touch screen interface was just a passing fancy, and that the X-E4 goes back to tactile controls.