Fujifilm launches its most powerful X-Series camera yet

The new model boasts in-body image stabilization and a larger focus on video.
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Fuji fans will have a lot to be excited about with its latest X-Series camera as the company has added in-body image stabilization and enhanced video capability. Three axial accelerometers, three axial gyro sensors, and a dual-processor allows for 5-axis image stabilization with any XF or XC lens. As for video, the camera will feature a DCI 4K shooting mode with 200 Mbps high bit rate recording and a 400% dynamic range setting. 

The body of the camera also sees a big upgrade with 25% thicker magnesium alloy, impact resistance, scratch resistance, and the ability to operate in temperatures as low as 14 degrees Fahrenheit. The camera will also feature a 3.69 million dot EVF, a 3-inch tilting touch panel, and compatibility with their Vertical Power Booster Grip that can fit two extra batteries. 

 $1,899, fujifilm.com

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