Here is the comparison between Mirrorless camera and DSLR. Fuji X-E3 is mirrorless, whereas Nikon D7500 is DSLR. Well, you can see form the table that there are numbers of features are identical to each other, such as both are capable of 4K recording. Duo use Hybrid AF system etc. Now let’s see the real difference:
|Features/ Models||Fuji X-E3
|Sensor size||APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)||APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)|
|Low pass filter||Yes||Yes|
|Image processor||X-Trans||Expeed 5|
|AF system||Contrast detect (sensor)+ Phase detect||Contrast detect (sensor)+ Phase detect|
|Shutter speed||30 -1/32000||30-1/8000 sec|
|Image Stabilization||No||E-VR 3-axis I.S (Video)|
|Continuous shooting speed||14 fps||08 fps|
|Video||4K @ 30fps||4K @ 30 fps|
|Display||3.0″1.04 million dot Vari-angle LCD||3.2” 922K-dot tilting touchscreen LCD|
|Wireless||WiFi||WiFi + NFC|
|Battery life||350 shots||950 Shots|
|Dimensions||121 x 74 x 43 mm||136 x 104 x 73 mm|
|Weight||337 g||640 g|
Fuji X-E3 vs Nikon D7500
Not a big difference in the image quality we can notice since both of these two cameras utilize APS-C sensors of same size, but Fuji X-E3 employs 24 MP resolution, which is more than 21 MP of Nikon D7500. Higher resolution means large prints of the subject.
You can see that both the two cameras have hybrid AF system means both have contrast as well as phase detect AF sensor inside, ensuring fast and accurate tracking of the wildlife or sports subjects moving at rapid speed. But, Nikon D5600 is lagging behind due to feature lesser number of effective AF points. Yes, Fuji X-XE3 carries only 91 AF points, which can be divided into 325 AF points that give you wider coverage of the target subjects or scene, whereas Nikon D7500 offers you advanced 51-point AF system that helps users cover wide area and make Sharp landscapes and portraits are simple.
1.64 million ISO range ensures you flexible lowlight shooting! 1.64 M helps you capture your subjects very consistently in lowlight conditions and greatly controls the noise, which is an uncontrolled part of shooting in lowlight. On the other hand, with Fiji X-E3 you can use the maximum ISO level of 51200 that might not so effective in lowlight shooting.
The advantage of faster shutter speed is that it stunningly captures the fast moving subjects with very lesser distortion, plus the faster shutter speed also allows users to use viewfinder at bright light conditions. Here, in this comparison, you can see Fuji X-E3 avails the faster shutter speed of 1/32000 sec, whereas Nikon D7500 avails faster shutters speed of only 1/4000 sec.
Continuous shooting speed
With 14fps Fuji X-E3 can capture each activity and action of the subject even if it is in motion. On the other hand, Nikon D7500 avails the faster shutter of 8fps only.
The E-VR 3-axis I.S mechanism inside D7500 is great to reduce camera shakes, but remember this is only applicable when you shoot Full HD (1080P) or below this. It is not used while shooting 4K in Nikon D7500. This E-VR 3-axis vibration reduction engine helps the users get crisp, sharp and blur-free full HD videos. On the other side, Nikon D7500 doesn’t incorporate any vibration reduction hardware.
The 3.2-inch touch panel LCD monitor of Nikon D7500 with approx 922K dots , which is ideal for reviewing settings and images, as well as for shooting in Live View mode and also comparatively bigger than that of 3.0″ screen of X-E3.
Maximum 950 shots at a time is possible with Nikon D7500, whereas Fuji X-E3 lets you take only 350 shots at a time.
Fuji X-E3 comes with some exciting specs inside. The best part is its AF system followed by 24 MP high resolution as well as faster shutter speed. On the other hand, Nikon D7500 offers you maximum ISO and also offers 3-axis Image stabilization. All we have to say is that there are nothing big differences in the specifications of these two cameras, but still X-E3 gets the upper hand. So the users who want DSLR with exclusive specs should go with D7500. Otherwise X-E3 is wonderful.