14 Feb Fujifilm X-T30 review in progress

Source: DP Review

Fujifilm’s new X-T30 brings much of the feature set of the high-end X-T3 at a more reasonable price. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the relationship between the X-T20 and X-T2 was the same.

With the X-T30 you receive the same 26MP sensor and processor as the X-T3, a more advanced AF system (which the X-T3 will soon gain via firmware update,) plenty of direct controls and a tilting touchscreen, all in a smaller body. The X-T30 also comes at a significantly lower price than the X-T3, with the body priced at $899, versus $1499 for the X-T3. We’ll discuss what features are cut in order to make the X-T30 the less expensive of the two options a bit later in this article.

Key specifications 26.1MP APS-C X-Trans BSI-CMOS 4 sensor X-Processor 4 Hybrid AF system has 425 phase-detect points spread across the entire frame Burst shooting at 30 fps with no blackout (but 1.25X) crop using electronic shutter; 20 fps without crop 2.36M-dot OLED viewfinder w/0.62x equiv. magnification and 100 fps refresh rate in boost mode 3″ tilting touchscreen display Dedicated drive, shutter speed and exposure compensation dials Joystick for AF point selection Eterna Film Simulation mode DCI and UHD 4K/30p capture using full width of sensor 4:2:0 8-bit internal recording or 4:2:2 10-bit HDMI output USB-C socket with headphone support Single SD card slot (UHS-I only)…

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