Fujifilm X-T30 is a mirrorless camera with an X-Trans CMOS IV sensor of APS-C format, with a resolution of 26.1 megapixels and an image processor X Processor 4. Exactly the same bunch we saw in the flagship X-T3 camera released at the end of last year . At the same time, the manufacturer positions the novelty as a camera for a wide range of users: the main idea is to provide the photographer with maximum flagship capabilities while maintaining a small size.
The camera may be interesting for both beginner amateur photographers who are not yet familiar with all the intricacies of manual settings and processing of photographs, and experienced photographers who, for example, are looking for a lightweight and compact travel tool. X-T30 shows a rather good balance between “serious” and “entertaining,” but, no matter which side you approach it with, it promises a high-quality result. Continue reading