If you’d rather not spend money buying one of Fujifilm’s high-end flagship cameras like the Fujifilm X-T3, X-H1, or the X-Pro2, then maybe one of the company’s mid-rangers could be of interest to you. In fact last we heard, the company could be working on a successor to the X-T20 in the form of the X-T30.

Now according to a tweet by Nokishita Camera, it appears that the camera might have already been registered at the Bluetooth website. While the registration does not explicitly mention the X-T30 by name, safe to say that given the rumors, there is a good chance that the camera in question is the X-T30.

Unfortunately apart from the fact that it appears to have Bluetooth capabilities to support wireless transfer and control, not much else is known about the device. However we imagine that it probably shouldn’t stray too far from what the X-T20 is packing, which includes a 24.3MP X-Trans CMOS III sensor, 4K video recording, a touchscreen display, and an electronic viewfinder.

We expect that there will be upgrades over the X-T20, of course, but what exactly those are is unclear. The previous rumors did state that the camera could be launched in Q1 2019, and with CP+ taking place towards the end of February, perhaps we might learn more about the camera then.

Filed in Photo-Video >Rumors. Read more about Digital Cameras, Fujifilm and Mirrorless Cameras.

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