14 Feb Fujifilm X-T30 vs X-T3 – The 10 Main Differences
Source: Mirrorless Comparison
Fujifilm has dubbed its latest product, the X-T30, “The Little Giant” and for good reason – it sports many of the most exciting features of the flagship X-T3 in a smaller and more affordable package. These include the latest X-Trans IV sensor, the most advanced version of Fujifilm’s hybrid autofocus system to date, impressive burst speeds with the electronic shutter, 4K video recording and much more.
To be honest, there isn’t a whole lot that sets these two cameras apart, but given the price gap, it is worth investigating the differences. Let’s begin!
What they have in common:
- 26.1MP X-Trans IV APS-C sized sensor with back-illuminated structure
- Quad Core X Processor 4
- ISO 160 to 12800 native range with extended values down to 80 / up to 51200
- phase detection AF with 99% coverage
- burst shooting with zero blackouts up to 30fps in 1.25x crop mode (electronic shutter)
- Sports Finder and Pre-Shot modes
- Monochrome Adjustment and Colour Chrome Effect
- ETERNA film simulation mode for video
- Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity
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