I’ve been taking some test shots with the new Fuji X-T3 and 56mm f1.2 - Adobe haven’t pulled their finger out as yet with regard to RAW support so for now you will need to put up with JPGs
The 56mm f1.2 was not the fastest focusing lens in the Fuji Line up but it is noticeably faster on the X-T3. The camera finds focus easily and AF-C tracking works well. I focused on the eye of this wooden duck with AF-C mode and focus set to wide/tracking taking shots as I panned in a circular motion. Each shot came out tack sharp. I’ve shown this below in the form of an animated GIF sequence. Impressive.
Fuji X-T3 Wide/Tracking
Fuji X-T3 - Touch Screen
The X-T3 ‘finally’ comes with a touch screen. I’m not convinced how useful this will be to me but I found it useful to adjust focus when recording video. I’ve linked to a brief video below showing the effect of shifting focus with touch. X-T3 4k 60fps and 56mm f1.2