What I'd like to see on a new X-E3 would be the 24 mg sensor, etc that we have on the X-Pro and T2 - and all those simulations, especially the ACROS one.
But in addition to that I'd like the in-body, telephoto sensor crop so that I could just have my XF 23 1.4 lens on, and then use the sensor crop to get the equivalent of a 35mm lens (50mm FF). Occasionally I like to take just the camera out with only one lens on it for the afternoon or even day, without having to cart around my kit (ie bag of gear), and just having that versatility would be helpful. I like the flatter size of the X-E series and would like to see it continue.
Hi folks, just for my own personal indulgence, I threw together this rough composite image of what I 'wish' for in the X-E3, should Fuji ever build one. Just a mock-up for a bit of fun...
For those of us that favour a smaller range-finder camera than the X Pro 2, but with the compactness of the X100F, and the facilities of the X-T2, that is where the X-E3 slots in. And the specs, well, here are my selfish desires...
24MP X-Trans Sensor
Same battery as X-T2/X Pro 2/X100F
Button-layout similar to X100F/X-T2
Focus point joystick / Two control dials
ISO combined with Shutter Speed Dial / Q-Menu Button Assignable
High-spec EVF similar to X-T2
Fast Single Shot-to-Shot time <0.2s
Better grip, similar to X-T2, maybe a touch slimmer
Two memory card slots, although might make the camera too fat!
Things I personally don't need, but some people do...
I am sure many people will have differing opinions on this. I have no need to argue with anyone else's wishes, the more the merrier I say! I really only post this to throw some more 'positive-energy' towards Fujifilm in the hope they do produce an X-E3 sometime soon...