JUST ANNOUNCED: The FUJIFILM X-T30 mirrorless X Series camera

14 February 2019 | Category: General News

JUST ANNOUNCED: The FUJIFILM X-T30 mirrorless X Series camera

 

FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) has announced that it will launch the FUJIFILM X-T30 mirrorless digital camera on the March 20th 2019. It will be the latest addition to the X Series range of cameras, renowned for their outstanding image quality, proprietary colour reproduction technology and intuitive dial-based handling.

The X-T30 is equipped with a host of new functions, making it a small yet powerful companion for any photographer.  It offers outstanding performance, utilizing the 4th Generation image sensor and processor which also includes 26.1 megapixel resolution and fast high-performance AF.  In addition, phase detection pixels are now across the entire frame (100%). Other advanced features include a Focus Lever for shifting a focus point easily, a new intuitive touch-screen panel with improved response, and an improved body design that has offers better holding stability to ensure comfortable shooting even with larger lenses.

Fujifilm X-T30 announced

The AF algorithm has been improved from that used in the renowned FUJIFILM X-T3 to deliver even more advanced AF-tracking performance. This includes enhanced accuracy in face / eye detection and the introduction of a Face Select function to provide priority auto-focus on a selected subject.

Fujifilm X-T30 announced

This evolution of AF performance is available not only with still photos but also during video filming. Improved exposure stability during face / eye AF and face recognition in the AF-C (continuous AF) mode adds to ease of use. Video performance itself has also been enhanced, offering high-resolution audio recording and smooth 4K/30P video recording.

Fujifilm X-T30 buttons

As a result of the above developments, the camera appeals to a broader range of users from professional photographers to first time beginners, by being always able to deliver premium quality pictures with ease, regardless of experience.

Main features

Compact and lightweight camera body, designed for comfort with advanced handling

The compact and lightweight camera body, weighing just 383g, is designed for enhanced stability when holding the camera. The use of the Focus Lever, replacing the Selector Buttons, allows for extra grip space at the rear for added comfort.

The rear LCD monitor is thinner by 1.3mm and offers improved touchscreen response. It complements the Focus Lever to achieve faster and more intuitive camera operation.

The X-T30 is available in the popular black, premium silver and a new colour, charcoal silver. The charcoal silver will be launched on May, two months after the launch of black and silver.

Fujifilm X-T30 viewfinder

The X-T30 features the 4th generation image sensor, X Trans CMOS 4, and image processing engine, X Processor 4, to deliver the still photographing performance equivalent to that of the FUJIFILM X-T3.

Despite its compact and lightweight body, the camera has 26.1 megapixel resolution, one of the highest among APS-C sensor digital cameras, as well as exceptional low noise performance and outstanding colour reproduction.

Fujifilm X-T30 sensor

The lowest native sensitivity is ISO 160, previously only available as extended ISO, is now available when shooting RAW.

FUJIFILM’s exclusive Film Simulations now include ETERNA mode. This camera also incorporates numerous shooting functions that broaden your ability to customize your pictures, such as “monochrome adjustments” available for ACROS and Monochrome, and “Colour Chrome” effect that produces deeper colours and gradations.

New AF system that is great in low light conditions and when tracking fast-moving subjects

The number of phase detection pixels on the X-Trans CMOS 4 image sensor has been increased to 2.16 million, about 4 times that of X-Trans CMOS 3 models. The on-sensor phase detection AF area now covers the entire frame (approx. 100%), making it possible to quickly and accurately focus on a subject anywhere in the frame.

The low light limit for phase detection AF has been expanded from +0.5EV to -3EV, making it possible to autofocus in very poor lighting such as at night or under dim light, such as candles.

Introducing the new FUJIFILM X-T30:

 

The new Fujifilm X-T30 is expected in stock in March 2019 and will be available for hire, HERE.