Fujifilm announced the new X-T30, the successor to the X-T20's faraway camera and the "little brother" of the X-T3 (sharing many features and features).
Inside the X-T30 is a 26.1 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, compared to 24.3MP in X-T20, with an ISO range of 1
The autofocus hybrid system has a 100% autofocus detection phase that covers the whole frame, face recognition (with a new face selection option) and eye detection (even in AF-C mode). Fuji has expanded the low-light limit for AF-phase detection from + 0.5EV to -3EV to improve autofocus in a wider range of lighting conditions. Focusing can be selected either with the touch screen or Focus Lever
For video, the X-T30 can record 4K at 30fps and 1080p at 120 fps. It can also record 10-bit, 4: 2: 2 DCI 4K video over the HDMI port. Frames can be recorded in the Fujifilm Movie Simulation modes.
The back of the camera is a 3-inch, 1.04-million, two-way LCD touchscreen. Above is an OLED viewfinder with a 0.39 inch color coverage and 2.36 million dot coverage with ~ 100% coverage. SR Auto (lever-activated) mode allows photographers to choose the shooting settings from 58 different settings.
Other features include SDXC card slot, Wi-Fi / Bluetooth connectivity, battery life 380 photos, USB-C jack and weight of only 13.51oz (383g).
Originally the camera will be released in black and silver, but the new silver will be released in June.
Here are some sample photos taken with the X-T30: ] The Fujifilm X-T30 will be available in March 2019 at $ 899 for the body only, $ 999 when it comes with a XC 15-45mm f / 3.5-5.6 OIS lens, or $ 1299 when it's included the 18-55mm f / 2.8-4 lens kit.