Via PetaPixel, a Fujfilm X-T3 teardown:
But, the X-T3 is here, and itâ€™s as beautiful as ever.
Aesthetically pleasing and minimally invasive, the X-T3 is an artistâ€™s camera. Upon initial inspection of the retro chrome exterior, we found some fairly decent sealing around the ports and doors.
Previouly: the Canon EOS R teardown, and the Nikon Z7.
LensRental, after doing it for the EOS R, tore down a Nikon Z7 to show what’s inside:
This is not marketing department weather resistance. This is engineering department weather resistance. Anything that can be sealed has been sealed. Iâ€™m impressed, and I will say for future cut-and-paste blurbs: this is as robustly weather sealed a camera as weâ€™ve ever disassembled.
Remember this is a ~USD$3,500 camera body, which the build quality impressed.
Lensrentals has a teardown of the Canon EOS R Mirrorless Camera. Nicely engineered camera, albeit nothing out of the ordinary.
It was rather a boring disassembly, really, about what we should expect for Canon doing a Canon 6D Mark II quality mirrorless camera. Itâ€™s neatly laid out and nicely engineered inside. One thing that struck me is that itâ€™s not very crowded inside there, or as we like to say â€˜they left a lot of air insideâ€™.