The latest Fujifilm X-T3 mirrorless camera comes with a new sensor, processor, autofocus system, and electronic viewfinder, making it a worthy successor to the widely loved X-T2.

This is the first APS-C camera in the world that can record 4K resolution video at 60fps straight to the SD card. That’s thanks to the new quad-core X Processor 4 inside. It also boasts what Fujifilm claims is the best APS-C sensor yet, a 26.1-megapixel BSI X-Trans CMOS 4 with a new low base ISO of 160. As for the new autofocus system, Fujifilm says it’s now capable of dipping down to -3 EV in low-light conditions rather than -1EV. That was one of the most frustrating limitations from the X-T2.

The new camera is also nearly twice as fast when it comes to autofocus and auto-exposure metering. Fujifilm has also improved face and eye detection. In fact, the latter is now possible on continuous autofocus and both now work in tandem with video.

But more about that processor. It’s apparently thrice as fast as any other processor Fujifilm has ever put out. And apart from 4K video, it also supports the Color Chrome Effect, which helps create more accurate color gradation in vivid colors. Other notable features include 11 fps continuous shooting and the film simulation modes, which are making a return, including the new Eterna filter.

The Fujifilm X-T3 is available now alongside the EF-X8 hot shoe flash for $1,5000, or you can pay $1,900 to get the XF18-55mm kit lens. You can choose between black and silver.