Fujifilm X30 Premium Compact Camera Announced

Fujifilm has announced X30, its third generation of large-sensored premium compact cameras. If you like the combination of retro design and advanced technologies, let’s go on checking.
Fujifilm X30 Premium Compact Camera

Fujifilm X30 is the successor to Fujifilm X20 compact camera. The advanced compact digital camera measures 4.7 x 2.8 x 2.4 inches, weights 14.9 oz, and as we can see from the images, it boasts a gorgeous retro design with its compact and sturdy magnesium body and larger handgrip, and the iconic control ring of X series has been enhanced. Now you have two manual control rings on the camera, which automatically determine the most appropriate settings for the chosen shooting mode, functions such as aperture, shutter speed and more, and in manual focus mode, the control rings can be used for focusing.
Fujifilm X30 Premium Compact Camera
Fujifilm X30 comes equipped with a 12-megapixel 2/3″ X-Trans CMOS II sensor, an EXR processor II, a built-in 28-112mm (35mm equivalent) f/2.0-2.8 lens in order to provide high quality imaging even at up to 12 FPS. Moreover, the advanced compact camera also features a real time electronic viewfinder with a large magnification of 0.65x and a display lag time of just 0.005 and a 3-inch tilting 920k-dot LCD screen. Moreover, built-in WiFi allows you to easily share your photos and videos with others, and you can also use your smartphone or tablet as a remote to shoot images. Apart from that, other features also have motion panorama 360 mode, a built-in flash, focus peaking, multiple exposure mode, advanced filters and more.
Fujifilm X30 Premium Compact Camera
Fujifilm X30 premium compact camera comes in two colors and is priced at $599 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Fujifilm official site or B&H online store for more detailed description.

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