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Fujifilm X-T30


The X-T30’s sensor is the same as the X-T3’s. It has a back-illuminated structure and excludes a low-pass filter to maximise fine detail.


The X-T30 will be available to buy from mid March. Body only will cost £849. It’s also available with a 15-45mm kit lens (£899) or an 18-55mm kit lens (£1,199).


The X-T30’s buffer isn’t as large as the X-T3’s, but it can still manage 26 JPEGs or 17 raw files at 30fps (1.25x crop) and 90 JPEGs

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