The Fujifilm X-Pro3 doesn't just look traditional: it makes the act of shooting more traditional, as well. It does so primarily by hinging its touchscreen and hiding it during normal use. In its place is a small E-Ink screen that mimics the pieces of film boxes photographers used to tape to the back of their bodies for reference. As a result, nearly every shot will be framed using the hybrid viewfinder and reviewed after shooting is complete. To capture the moment, it uses a back-illuminated 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor paired with an X-Processor 4 image processor, which enables a new classic negative film simulation mode, 4K video capture, and in-camera HDR. The top and bottom plates are now made from titanium instead of aluminum, with a Duratect surface-hardening process used on the dark gray and silver models.