Fuji XT3 vs Panasonic G9 - Hybrid Shooting Comparison [ Fujifilm X-T3 ]
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    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter

      *Sony A7III vs Fuji XT3* - http://bit.ly/A7IIIvsXT3
      *Fujifilm X-T3 Review* - http://bit.ly/XT3review
      *Luminar 2018 Review* - http://bit.ly/Luminar2018THS Code: THS10
      *Slovenská / česká recenzia Fuji XT3* - http://bit.ly/XT3recenzia

      about 8 months ago
    • SlivPrikol. TV
      SlivPrikol. TV In reply to The Hybrid Shooter

      Hi, camere name, you video?)

      about 22 days ago
    • abel greeve
      abel greeve

      Hey. Can anyone who use the lumix G9 comment their Instagram below :)
      I want to see the photo sample and all that. Thank you in advance :)

      about 12 days ago
    • abel greeve
      abel greeve In reply to abel greeve

      The Hybrid Shooter 😂😂 thank you. Yeah that’s true. Probably because IG downress the resolution.

      about 12 days ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to abel greeve

      Definitely don't use Instagram as a source of photo samples.

      about 12 days ago
    • Enretil
      Enretil

      Nice video and explanation! Out of subject: these castles are in Slovakia? I think i've recognised the "redstone" castle

      about 2 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Enretil

      Thank you, yes, it is Red Stone in Slovakia.

      about 2 months ago
    • Gary Brown
      Gary Brown

      The fuji is to small if you have big hands
      My sons g9 is great
      I am now regretting my x-t3 purchase
      I have xl hand my finger hangs an inch past the shutter button
      I can only hold it for a short time before my hands cramp
      Its very light but hard to hold
      If they would have made it bigger like the x-h1
      I would keep it

      about 2 months ago
    • Philippe Orlando
      Philippe Orlando

      Does the amazing IBIS of the G9 means you can actually shoot in "lower" light than what the small M43 sensor would suggest?

      about 3 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Philippe Orlando

      Yes, but only if you shoot still subjects.

      about 3 months ago
    • Olegasphoto
      Olegasphoto

      Try the Canon R for the best viewfinder

      about 3 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Olegasphoto

      There are better viewfinders than the one in EOS R which also has blackout during continuous shooting.

      about 3 months ago
    • OneEyedPhotographer
      OneEyedPhotographer

      Special deal on G9 in Australia just now, comes with free battery grip from Camerahouse. I got mine with an Olympus 12-100 lens.
      I spent less than the price of a Canon EOS R or 5D anything body.

      about 4 months ago
    • DouDouLeXou
      DouDouLeXou

      Thank you for this video! I love her so much. I have a question and I hope you can help me: As an "enthusiastic" photographer I am hesitating to switch from my GX80 to a Panasonic G9 or Fuji XT2. I want to be able to have a better climb in iso, tropicalization and a better grip for when I go on an adventure. I might rarely need video for study projects. I do street, portrait, vacations and student nights. I am in love with the grip and all the benefits of the G9 but I wonder if it is really worth 1000 euros. I do not have big zoom and these "good" tele zoom on this system also cost 1000 euros. It's a lot of money. On the other side the XT2 and its super sensor leaves me in shock. I love the pictures that come out of this case. And the 55-200 is good and cheaper than equivalent m4 / 3. But the handle is smaller, the battery is worse, no IBIS, no articulate screen ... I'm afraid I miss it. I can not decide between image quality and handlink. I know that you love the G9 but in my case, do you have an opinion to help me decide? Or another camera? Thank you :)"

      about 4 months ago
    • Colin Mcnab
      Colin Mcnab In reply to DouDouLeXou

      I've just sold a GX8 and GX80 and bought an X-T2 with 18-55 lens plus battery grip. I changed because the highest frame rate in 4k video on PAL Panasonics is only 25fps.this causes jitter on fast moving objects like cars or trains. So I went for the X-T2 which has a top frame rate of 30fps with 4k video this cured the jitter but I have now lost the ability to stop blur free motion in video which is something all Panasonic MFT cameras can do very well. So I am now looking at changing for a Panasonic G9 which shoots 4k at 50fps and 60fps I will only need a body as I still have a new Leica Elmar 14-50mm f3.8 lens left over. I am going to try and find a cheap way of capturing blur free stills from video so I can keep the X-T2 but if not I will go for the G9.

      about 4 months ago
    • Jog S
      Jog S

      I will leave now due to quality and support issues the Panasonic side. May I ask when you have deceide for a G9 replacement wich Kamera you would take if you had the choice between Fuji x-t3, Sony A7iii or Canon RP? Focus is still but 4k should possible. What do you think? Thanks Jog

      about 4 months ago
    • Jog S
      Jog S In reply to Jog S

      @The Hybrid Shooter thanks for the link...perfect, exactly what I am looking for. Really helpful and I guess I know my decission 😍

      about 4 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Jog S

      I would consider A7 III and X-T3, take a look at my comparison video: bit.ly/A7IIIvsXT3

      about 4 months ago
    • philmtx3fr
      philmtx3fr

      Hi my friend :). Very good video with no compromise. I am impressed by the Fuji sensor and video capabilities. But I got the chance of trying half a day the combination of g9 and Leica 12-120 f2.8-4 and this was amazing. I now understand why Leica got such a reputation. So yes the Fuji got better sensor and highest capabilities in low light but for me it suffers from not having such a good lens. For me And for my needs the package g9 + 12-60 has no real challenger on Fuji side. So I got this package and now the more difficult will be to resist to get other Leica lenses :)

      about 5 months ago
    • philmtx3fr
      philmtx3fr In reply to philmtx3fr

      Hi my friend. Sure 16-55mm is excellent but 12-60 is more versatile due to the telephoto part.

      about 4 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to philmtx3fr

      Thank you, It is about what you prefer, although Fuji's 16-55 F2.8 is also excellent lens.

      about 4 months ago
    • The Wilder-side
      The Wilder-side

      When it comes down to size, cost and features. Mostly for photos and traveling with some videos. What would be your suggestion. Anyone can chime in and give me your thoughts.
      Thanks

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to The Wilder-side

      Both are very suitable for that, G9 has IBIS which is very useful, but the X-T3 is also OK with OIS lens, so it depends on your preferences.

      about 5 months ago
    • LucasBeatz
      LucasBeatz

      Amazing stuff, thank you! I was almost ready to buy GH5, but I downloaded some 10bit sample footage of both GH5 and XT3 and FCPX has huge problems with the Pana AVC 10bit codec, but the Fuji 10bit, f-log, HEVC runs absolutely smoothly. So right now I`m stucked and dont know if it is not better to go XT3 way? But the IBIS of GH5 and lenses like Nocticron and 8-18mm are so good propositions for video, Im not sure I can get these type of lenses for Fuji. Any ideas about the codec situation? HEVC on GH5 is only available for HLG, right? thank you!

      about 5 months ago
    • LucasBeatz
      LucasBeatz In reply to LucasBeatz

      @The Hybrid Shooter Oh yes, I downloaded .MOV files, but the internal codec is avc1. But i just googled out, that I have to transcode and optimize media inside FCPX and now it works ok. So I guess the GH5 is better option due to IBIS, battery life and lens selection..

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to LucasBeatz

      You're welcome, AVC is not suitable for editing, there is no reason to shoot in AVC. MOV, which is the most suitable format, works well on both GH5 and T-X3.

      about 5 months ago
    • Jose A De Leon
      Jose A De Leon

      I really enjoyed your review. After seeing reviews of the Olympus OM series micro 4/3 cameras, I think the Lumix G9 is a very underrated camera. It sure held it's own in your comparison even though for video the XT3 went slightly ahead. But I've seen reviews on the Lumix also and as I recall it was introduced more like a stills camera than for video. I sold my gear and I have no camera right now, but after watching your review, the G9 is very tempting since I'm not really into video. The in-body stabilization, as well as the lenses, really demonstrated that one can overlook the deficiency in the G9's higher ISO ranges since it permits you to use lower ISO's. Very nice review.

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Jose A De Leon

      Thank you, it is indeed underrated, Panasonic is not very good at marketing. G9 is definitely a great camera for stills, but so is the X-T3 and X-T30 so it also depends on the lenses are your preferences.

      about 5 months ago
    • QCCanales
      QCCanales

      I had G6, g7 and G85 and I did like the system, but AF is terrible.... Fuji color are superior, glass is much better and Xt3 Af is really good now.

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to QCCanales

      Fortunately, the AF is completely different experience on the G9 in comparison with G7 and G85.

      about 5 months ago
    • Dan Oh
      Dan Oh

      what is your favorite wildlife camera/lens combo?

      about 5 months ago
    • Dan Oh
      Dan Oh In reply to Dan Oh

      @The Hybrid Shooter do you agree 100-400 is not sharp at 400mm? I have a hard time focusing. Soft or out of focus

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Dan Oh

      Probably the G9 with Panasonic Leica 50-200 F2.8-4 and teleconvertors.

      about 5 months ago
    • Edward Ang
      Edward Ang

      Hi, sorry just wanted to know, when G9 records 4K60, it will automatically stops at 10mins? Or it will continue to record but each file saved is only 10mins?

      about 5 months ago
    • Edward Ang
      Edward Ang In reply to Edward Ang

      @The Hybrid Shooter ok thanks

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Edward Ang

      It will stop recording.

      about 5 months ago
    • 360stepsforward
      360stepsforward

      Hello Hybrid Shooter! Thanks for the detailed review and comparison.
      I own a G85 with Olympus 12-40 and I am searching for an upgrade, especially when it comes to AF and video capabilities. I find it difficult to decide between the Panasonic G9 and the Fuji X-H1 . I primarily do 60/40 Video and I ignore the XT3 due to lack of IBIS which is very important for me. Considering price factors (G9 is 1750 with Leica 12-60 and Fuji XH1 is 2000 with 16-55), what would you recommend for video work with average color grading, real estate photography, landscapes and street.

      Thank you!

      about 5 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to 360stepsforward

      I would probably recommend the GH5 for video. The AF on GH5 with 2.4 is much better than on G85.

      about 5 months ago
    • Roger Serra
      Roger Serra

      Hello my friend. Love your videos. I see you sometimes use luminar to edit. I am interested in the x-t3. I shoot with panasonic g85 now but would like to switch. My question is how is editing on luminar with X-t3 raw files. Thank you and keep up the great work. 😀

      about 6 months ago
    • One Brown Cat
      One Brown Cat

      Which would be better for video, GH5 or XT3?

      about 6 months ago
    • One Brown Cat
      One Brown Cat In reply to One Brown Cat

      @The Hybrid Shooter Would it be worth giving up my GH5 for the low light, the AF, and the Cinema 4K@60?

      about 6 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to One Brown Cat

      Both are great for video, X-T3 is better in low light, but GH5 has stabilization and better handling, so it depends on your preferences.

      about 6 months ago
    • dominic hains
      dominic hains

      a GXT9 would be perfect

      about 6 months ago
    • Poet Guide
      Poet Guide

      Excellent comparison. Imagine a Fujifilm camera that rivals a Panasonic in video. Just a few years ago this was unthinkable.

      about 6 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Poet Guide

      Thank you, yes that is truth, same as Panasonic rivaling Fujifilm in stills.

      about 6 months ago
    • Build Guild n’ Refine TV
      Build Guild n’ Refine TV

      Another great video!! May I ask what you would choose between the A7iii/ X-T3/ and G9 for someone who shoots 50/50 video and stills?

      about 6 months ago
    • Build Guild n’ Refine TV
      Build Guild n’ Refine TV In reply to Build Guild n’ Refine TV

      The Hybrid Shooter That’s a good point! So I sold my trusty GH4 and have recently purchased the A7iii, but being a Panasonic user Im having a difficult time adjusting to the Sony system and userface and I’m really thinking I should’ve gone with a G9 or the GH5. I do about 50% vlog style video as you can see on our channel, and the other 50% portrait, fashion photography.

      about 6 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Build Guild n’ Refine TV

      Thank you, it depends on your preferences, all have different strengths and it also depends on whether you can take an advantage of advanced video features of the X-T3.

      about 6 months ago
    • Terence Kearns
      Terence Kearns

      Great review/comparison. You are the best.

      about 6 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Terence Kearns

      Thank you!

      about 6 months ago
    • BREADCRUMBS
      BREADCRUMBS

      Question. Since the XT3 and the Xh1 is only 1,300 dollars now. Should I get one of those Or the A7iii for hybrid shooting since the A7iii is still close to $2,000?

      about 7 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to BREADCRUMBS

      Take a look at my A7 III vs X-T3 review, that might help you decide: bit.ly/A7IIIvsXT3

      about 6 months ago
    • Michael VINITZKI
      Michael VINITZKI

      Very good video bravo, in the end if I want priority quality of the photos (street, landscape) and that the video does not interest me, the fujifilm is better? (I already have a lumix GX9), is the lack of stabilization is important for the photo? Thank you!

      about 7 months ago
    • Steve TQP
      Steve TQP

      Greetings, Hybrid Shooter! Very nice, thorough comparison between these cameras! As a Fujifilm X-T3 landscape and product photographer, I am extremely pleased with the image quality I get from this camera, combined with the stellar, sharp Fujinon XF optics. However, I am researching a small, light "travel camera", as I don't want to expose my X-T3 system to the vagaries of landscape photography in a beach/ocean setting. For that very limited, occasional use, I was considering such cameras as this Canon G5X, Panasonic Lumix LX100 II, Sony a6300, Sony RX100V.  My MAIN criteria are image SHARPNESS and detail retention, and ability to retain such detail when possibly printed to 20x24". Plus, I'd like to keep total budget under $1000. And, FYI, I'm a 100% stills guy, so don't shoot video. Based on this, which system would you recommend for maximum sharpness/compact form factor? Thank you!

      about 7 months ago
    • Mahmud Ahsan
      Mahmud Ahsan In reply to Steve TQP

      I have a X-T2 and X-T20. But now most of the time I use Canon G7X Mark II.

      about 6 months ago
    • Vijay Viswanathan
      Vijay Viswanathan

      I believe the G9 shoots 150Mbps in 4K, not 100 as mentioned in the video.

      about 7 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Vijay Viswanathan

      Only in 50p and 60p.

      about 7 months ago
    • Son Dialer
      Son Dialer

      This man is a machine!!

      about 7 months ago
    • Didier Karibian
      Didier Karibian

      This video is ,"in my opinion",hihi,the good one,on X-T3 ...!

      about 7 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Didier Karibian

      I'm not sure whether I understand you comment, but thank you!

      about 7 months ago
    • Cristian Fuentes
      Cristian Fuentes

      that's why today the most balanced system is m4 / 3 ... although Olympus has fallen asleep on the laurels with m1 mk2 Panasonic is doing great (I already implemented a system of magnetic stabilization in the sensor, which works great from G85 GX85 G9 GH5) the ergonomics of my G85 is very comfortable, it's like having a compact reflex ... on the other hand sony with their good performance bodies, they continue with horrible kits, and the good optics of Zeiss, cost a kidney ... while the rest of the photographers keep saying (I wanted to use my old nikon or canon optics) that is not true, the truth is that the pocket does not give them to buy decent optics, and they are obliged to use third-party adapters and lenses ... Regarding Fuji while not abandoning the nefarious X.-Trans can never match or exceed the sharpness that give all other brands with equivalent optics ... and continue their fanboys praising their filters that cover all that lack of sharpness (today fuji to extruded the X-Trans sensor already put on Bayer on your XT100, why? ... because they finally realized their mistake, and are wondering if their followers notice it)

      about 8 months ago
    • The Hybrid Shooter
      The Hybrid Shooter In reply to Cristian Fuentes

      I don't think that there is one system out there that is the most balanced. Everyone has different needs and everyone should choose system according to that, M43 is great for a lot of things but not for everything.

      about 8 months ago