14 Feb Fuji’s new X-T30 shoots stills up to 20 frames per second and 10-bit 4K DCI video

Source: DIY Photography

The Canon EOS RP isn’t the only new camera being announced today. The hotly anticipated (and much rumoured) Fujifilm X-T30 is now officially here. It sees some rather nice upgrades over the previous generation X-T20 announced back in January 2017. It maintains the same size 1.5x crop APS-C CMOS X-Trans sensor, but with a bump from 24.3 to 26.1-megapixels.

The X-T30 sees some new shooting aspect ratios, along with slight increase in video shooting resolution, offering 4K DCI. The autofocus system also gets a boost, going from 91 Hybrid AF points in the X-T20 to 425 phase detection AF points in the X-T30. And when it comes to stills shooting speed, that’s increased from an already impressive 14fps up to 20fps.

Surprisingly, there’s no increase in ISO performance over the X-T20, although it does go a bit lower at the lower end. The X-T20 offered ISO200-12800 (100-51200 extended) while the X-T30 brings that down to ISO160-12800 (80-51200 extended). Not a massive difference, but a little extra help for those long exposure and video shooters who want their ISO as low as possible.

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