Fujifilm managed to steal a lot of thunder from all the new full-frame cameras with the launch of the X-T3. It shot to the top of my APS-C camera list with advanced video features, an excellent new sensor and fast shooting speeds. I was happily surprised when Fujifilm then announced the X-T30, which is a huge leap over its predecessor, the X-T20. It actually shares many of the X-T3’s features, like the 26.1-megapixel resolution, but costs $600 less.
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