The X-T30 looks similar to its predecessor, the X-T20, although its 3-inch LCD screen is 1.3mm thinner and also supports flipping up and down two directions for easy shooting and focus on the touchscreen. application. Sorry when the screen does not support horizontal rotation, so it is not optimal for vertical shooting.
The X-T30 still has a flip screen like on the X-T20.
The body is quite neat with a sturdy metal case that combines leather with a nostalgic physique reminiscent of old-fashioned film cameras.
On the back, the four-way navigation buttons in the previous generation have been replaced by the joystick Focus Lever and navigation function. It helps to make the back of the camera look neat when the minimalist buttons help the user to have plenty of space to hold the thumb while holding the camera. But this Joystick button is small, and for users with big fingers it is a bit difficult to use.
Q button has been changed; joystick button is replaced with 4 navigation keys.
The Q (Quick) button – quickly adjusting parameters – still appears and is quite convenient, but the position close to its right edge can be annoying when it is easily mistaken. It is located right on the thumb that users can accidentally press when taking the camera from the bag or holding the phone.
The top of the device has a lot of rotate buttons to customize the speed, switch between functions, adjust EV, … The X-T30 still holds Fujifilm's characteristic control layout with shutter speed dial on Machine top and aperture ring on some lenses.
The function keys are logically arranged.
The electronic viewfinder is integrated with the eye detection sensor, which will automatically be activated when you hold the camera in the eye. The viewfinder displays colors quite accurately and will effectively support the special shooting process under the sun.
Overall, the X-T30 is a comprehensive camera in its small stature – in line with the tiny moniker that the manufacturer aims for – in the APS C mirrorless camera segment in the price range above. USD 1,000.
The X-T30 comes with an APS-C 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 image sensor and an X-Processor Pro 4 quad-core image processor introduced with 3 times faster processing speed than the generation before.
The new image sensor was introduced last year on X-T3, and adopted the BSI CMOS design from the rear to enhance the ability to capture light, improve image quality.
One of the biggest changes on the X-T30 compared to the X-T20 is the autofocus system. It consists of 2.16 million phase-focused pixels with 100% coverage of the image area. You can choose between 117 or 425 focus points.
Face and eye recognition are also improved thanks to a smaller and more precise identification area and improved light sensitivity. The X-T30 focusing system can now operate at low light levels of -3EV.
Face recognition system works well in low light conditions.
In fact, the X-T30's autofocus system is now even more advanced than the high-end X-T3 – with the ability to quickly focus from shooting, shooting and even in low light conditions. . The camera supports continuous autofocusing and at a certain distance Fujifilm says it will improve the focusing speed by up to 300%.
In very weak room lighting, the X-T30 still focuses on the subject's face (orange-red shirt) and enhances the whole picture.
The dancers dance very fast but the face recognition system still keeps up and catches the correct face on the face of the girl raising her hand.
Continuous shooting is also improved and the X-T30 can take 30 frames per second without blackout – black flashing, turning off the viewfinder – when using an electronic shutter to help photographers track action of the subject to pan the device accordingly. If using a shutter, the camera reaches a maximum shutter speed of 8 frames per second.
Fujifilm is aimed at users with certain photographic knowledge, so it does not provide many shooting modes for novice users such as scene mode, portrait …
In addition to the fully automatic shooting mode, the machine also supports modes such as Multi Exposure, Panorama panorama, Adv 1 color mode, Adv 2 … As usual, Fujifilm also equips modes mock up movies like Provia / Standard, Velvia / Vivid, … and new mode to simulate movie Eterna / Cinema …
Photographs obtained for flattering colors, brilliant even with original images with good detail, clear water.
The machine has an impressive ISO range ranging from 160 to 12,800. The high ISO noise reduction capability of the machine is quite good: at ISO 6,400 low-light images for good detail, low noise and higher levels such as ISO 8000, the image retains good detail but is dark. begins to have a clear hotel but looks quite pleasant.
Portrait photos showing natural skin, bokeh effect shows smooth transitions.
Portraits for natural skin color and pretty bokeh transitions.
The X-T30 also shows impressive video recording capabilities with 4K UHD resolution at 30 frames per second – standard 4: 2: 2 (HDMI) or 4: 2: 0 (4-bit) memory cards (memory card ) – with sampling from 6K images (21.9MP) and then down to 4K to maximize image quality.
4K video playback 30 frames per second shows fresh, vibrant and vivid colors. It can spin slowly at 60 frames per second or 120 frames per second at Full HD 1080p resolution with High speed rec mode and also supports DCI 17: 9 format.
The device is fully equipped with connections from Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, has applications installed on the smartphone to control shooting and viewing photos, marking the location to connect the printer … The device shares batteries with Fujifilm machines Other XT series can accommodate one shoot – with about 380 shots – and can charge via USB Type C port so it can be charged and taken.
Photos taken with X-T30 with 35mm f / 2 tubes:
Fujifilm X-T30 still maintains the same recording quality as the X-T3, while adding new user-friendly details such as a more compact design, better price and advanced focus system. more … The X-T30 is a device suitable for the need to purchase mirrorless cameras with the ability to capture and process quickly with the optimal quality of shooting images aimed at new users.