Fujifilm has shrunk to the phenomenal Fujifilm X-T30 into a smaller package which has always been the winning stroke. For many years, Fujifilm has also followed up on the flagship X-series mirrorless camera and has a more portable and affordable option which still offers some of the very best features and capabilities of the flagship. This step-down series is actually Fujifilm’s one of the most popular camera line. Introduced in 2017, Fujifilm has now some of the most-loved cameras across the world.
The Fujifilm has an impressive aspect of X-T3 has a camera and a whopping $600 or less. Fujifilm’s best camera ever has a great starting point. Having the fourth-generation 26.1-megapixel APS-C sensor, processing power, speedy burst shooting. Fujifilm’s whole set of film simulations which require little retouching. The X-T30 has an excellent 4K video shooting capability, 425 points phase-detect autofocus system.
Here are some of the highlights of this camera:
– 26.1-megapixel sensor with BSI X-Trans APS-C
– Burst Speed of 15min. to 1/4,000 sec.
– ISO 160 – 12,800
– 425 point on-chip phase detection autofocus
– 2.36 million dots Viewfinder Electronic
– 3-inch tilting LCD
– USB-C, 2.5mm mic, HDMI, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Connectivity
This camera has an APS-C feature at a much lesser price along with a crop factor of 1.5X compared to the full-frame cameras. These both also feature similar megapixel counts, Fujifilm X-T30 squeezing more than that of Sony A6400.
The X-T30’s sensor has over two unique attributes and has a backside illuminated – meaning that the circuitry is one of the only sensors rather than the front. It also uses Fujifilm’s complex X-Trans color filter array which also helps to control and produce sharper images in situations. A BSI sensor would have improved light gathering capability and perform better in low-light. It has a higher ISO rating, expandable to 102,400 compared to the Fuji’s expanded maximum of 51,200.
The Fujifilm X-T30 has a four-direction d-pad replaced by an eight-way autofocus joystick to navigate the camera’s menus. The Q button has also been repositioned slightly. There are a lot of complaints that are easy to push accidentally. Fujifilm has slimmed down the 3-inch touchscreen display and pulls out and articulated vertically. There’s a 2.5mm microphone jack among the X-T30’s ports, these need USB-C headphones or to use a USB-C-to-3.5mm adapter.