14 Mar Fujifilm X-T30 Full Review
Source: Fujifilm Insider
The Fujifilm X-T30 is Fujifilm’s mid-level APS-C mirrorless camera with an electronic viewfinder (EVF). The X-T30 features the same 26mp BSI CMOS sensor as the X-T3, and is an update to the X-T20, which is Fujifilm’s best selling X series camera, striking a balance between high-performance, and affordable pricing.
The camera will initially be available in silver or black from 20th March, with a Charcoal silver (grey) version coming in May 2019, with prices starting at £849 body only.
Fujifilm X-T30 Features
Fujifilm are calling the X-T30 “the little giant”, however we’d call it a “Mini X-T3”
The X-T30 is more compact than the X-T3, and weighs just 383g body only, as well as featuring a thinner screen on the back, along with other design changes, when compared to the X-T20.
Featuring the same 26mp BSI CMOS sensor and technology that’s available in the Fujifilm X-T3, the X-T30 has a number of high-end features, inherited from the X-T3, including 30fps continuous shooting (at 1.25x crop), 4K video recording, ETERNA film simulation and more.
The X-T3 was called the 4th generation of sensor and image processor, and the X-T30 is being called “Generation 4.1” – with this bringing a number of new features. As the X-T30 adds new features, and updates, these will be added to the XT3 via a firmware update. The X-T3 update will be available in April.
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