Fujifilm X-T30 Review

Fujifilm X-T30 Review 2023

Fujifilm’s APS-C mirrorless camera,  X-T30 is the company’s most recent model. It’s the X-20’s replacement and a scaled-down version of the flagship X-3. Because of its performance and image quality, it was named Editors’ Choice. Any enthusiast who prefers a dial-based approach to exposure adjustment will enjoy this camera.

Let’s see Fujifilm X-T30 Review 2023


When using the electronic shutter and 1.25x crop mode, it can shoot at 30 frames per second with no viewfinder blackout, and it can also capture 4K UHD video at 30 frames per second. A pop-up flash is also available, albeit it isn’t extremely powerful. The Q(uick) display is great, but the button placement on the camera caused us some troubles. It’s far too simple to hit accidently while taking the camera out of a bag or simply raising it to your eye — the Q screen appears when you least expect it and must be cancelled before you can shoot a photo.


The Fujifilm X-T30 is a little version of the Fujifilm X-3, with a similar overall appearance and retro-SLR design. It lacks the traditional “PASM” mode dial, instead dividing the primary exposure controls and hence shooting modes into separate dials. While staying lightweight and compact, the camera seems solid and well crafted.

Build and handling:

Has a new focus lever on the back for menu and menu navigation, as well as a changed grip shape for enhanced handling. The interactive Q(uick) display is fantastic, however the button location was problematic for us.


The Fujifilm X-T30 may be altered in so many ways that listing them all would take pages and pages. The front and rear command knobs are easily accessible and can be used to change settings and navigate menus. The Q button on the camera’s back brings up a fast menu for changing settings.

Performance,Imaging and Video:

The Fujifilm X-T30 sports a mechanical shutter that can shoot at 8 frames per second, and an electronic shutter that can shoot at 20 frames per second at full quality. When shooting Raw, both high-speed capture modes operate, but keep in mind that the camera’s buffer is limited. The buffer can handle roughly 90 shots if you choose JPG capture, and it clears to a card in about 13 seconds. When you consider the budget, the autofocus mechanism of the Fujifilm X-T30 is outstanding. It can swiftly lock focus, detect human subjects’ eyes and faces, and track moving targets with ease. There are a variety of focus options to choose from, and the back joystick makes moving the focus point from one section of the frame to another a breeze.


  • Wi-Fi.
  • Video in 4K resolution.
  • Controls that are tactile.
  • Touchscreen LCD that tilts.
  • Autofocus is quick and precise.
  • Raw capture at up to 30 frames per second. 
  • The camera has an EVF and a built-in flash


  • A little capture buffer is used.
  • There is no internal stabilisation.
  • The body is not weatherproof.


The dial-based settings on the Fujifilm X-T30 appeal to both fans and professionals, and it’s backed up by fast, precise focus, 4K video, and a comprehensive lens selection.

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