We have been hearing rumors that Fujifilm could be close to launching a new mirrorless camera in the form of the X-T30. Turns out the rumors were right on the money as the company has since officially announced the camera, making it the company’s latest mirrorless camera to date.
However this is the X-T30 which makes it the successor to the X-T20. This means that it is not one of Fujifilm’s higher-end cameras like the X-T3 or the X-Pro2 or the X-H1. However if pricing is a concern of yours, then the X-T30 is definitely priced lower than the flagship models and should be good enough to get you into the game.
In terms of specs, the X-T30 will be sporting a 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor with Fujifilm’s X-Processor 4 image processing engine. The camera is also capable of recording video at a 4K at 30 FPS which should be more than enough for most. We’re also looking at the inclusion of a touchscreen display on the back of the camera, a Focus Lever, and various shooting modes that the user can choose from.
As for pricing, the X-T30 is priced starting at $900 for the body-only, which like we said makes it a lot cheaper than its flagship siblings. If you don’t think you need such a high-end camera then perhaps the X-T30 could be worth keeping an eye out for when it is released this coming March.