14 Feb Fujifilm X-T30 vs X-T100 – The 10 Main Differences
Source: Mirrorless Comparison
Back in 2014, the X-T1 catapulted Fujifilm to success on the consumer market. Not only was it the first X Series camera to seriously target advanced users, but it also inaugurated the popular X-T line-up which now consists of seven models that target different types of users.
In this preview, we’re going to be looking at how two of the less expensive X-T cameras compare. One is the recently announced X-T30, which is classified as a mid-range model, and the second is the latest entry-level model, the X-T100.
What they have in common:
- built-in 0.39-inch OLED viewfinder with 2360K dots and 0.62x magnification
- hybrid AF system with single point, zone AF and wide/tracking AF
- hot shoe with TTL flash compatibility
- built-in pop-up flash
- Bluetooth and WiFi
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