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Fujifilm X30 Compact camera 12MP 2/3" CMOS II 4000 x 3000pixels Silver

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Long product name Fujifilm X30 Compact camera 12MP 2/3" CMOS II 4000 x 3000pixels Silver :
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12MP, 2/3" X-Trans CMOS II, 4x Optical Zoom, 7.62 cm (3 ") LCD, SD/SDHC/SDXC, Wi-Fi, USB2.0/Micro HDMI, Silver
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Fujifilm X30, 12 MP, 4000 x 3000 pixels, CMOS II, 4x, Full HD, Silver

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Fujifilm X30. Camera type: Compact camera, Megapixel: 12 MP, Image sensor size: 2/3", Sensor type: CMOS II, Maximum image resolution: 4000 x 3000 pixels. ISO sensitivity (max): 12800. Optical zoom: 4x, Digital zoom: 2x. Wi-Fi. HD type: Full HD, Maximum video resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels. Display diagonal: 7.62 cm (3"). PictBridge. Weight: 383 g. Colour of product: Silver

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Testseek has collected 49 expert reviews for Fujifilm X30 and the average expert rating is 83 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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The X20's 2.8in screen was one of its weaker features so it's great to have a 3in, 920,000-dot screen in its place. We're even happier to report that it's an articulated design, tilting up by about 100 degrees and down by 45 degrees. We really appreciate...
Bottom line No game changer, but the Fujifilm X30 is competitively priced and a real pleasure to use...
It's been a strong year for high-end compact cameras, with well-established manufacturers honing their craft and new additions also appearing. It's made for a bustling market, but one that also makes that purchase decision all the harder. The Fujifilm X3...
Good Retrothemed design appeal, tiltangle screen is useful, great electronic viewfinder, love the twistbarrel lens for speed, new manual focus/control ring, faster autofocus than predecessor, solid build quality doesn't disappoint, low ISO image quality deliv...
Bad High ISO sensitivities not so hot, larger scale than X20, shutter speed limits (1/000th sec and above rarely achievable) and no electronic shutter option, soso continuous autofocus, still no 24mm equivalent wideangle, Sony RX100 III and Panasonic LX100 ad...
Bottom line As we declared in our initial Fujifilm X30 preview, this camera is bigger, bolder and better than its predecessor. But the high-end compact camera landscape has changed, and it's the pressure from its surrounding competitors that makes it diff...
The Fujifilm X30 is a new serious compact camera from Fujifilm, and updates the X20 , the camera features a large electronic viewfinder with 2.36million dots, a tilting 3inch screen, improved battery life, improved controls with a new control ring aroun...
Good Excellent colour and image quality, Excellent build quality and design, Electronic viewfinder, Eyedetection sensor, f/1.8 4x optical zoom lens, Manual controls, Fast continuous shooting, Q menu gives quick access to options, Printed manual and neck strap...
Bad Price, RAW not available in some modes...
Bottom line The Fujifilm X30 delivers sharp, detailed images with rich saturated colours typical of Fujifilm, as well as good noise performance. The camera has a 3inch tilting screen, plus a high resolution electronic viewfinder (EVF), built in Wi-Fi, and improved...
It's no secret that we had a soft spot for the Fujifilm X20 back in the day, but a lot can happen in a year and a half. The market has continued to improve, with point and shoots getting bigger sensors , more pro-style controls , and much more street cred...
Bottom line Fuji finds its X factor Fuji doesn't generally make headlines for sticking with retro theming, but a look under the hood of any camera they've released in the last year or so will show you they improve their stock where it counts. And that's really th...
Aside from these features, the sensor in the X30 is relatively small for the asking price of this camera, which for Australian buyers is $80 more than for the X20 when it first went on sale; no doubt as a result of the devaluation of the $A. US buyers can...
Bottom line While the X30 isn't a major upgrade to the X20, the new EVF does provide significant advantages over the previous model and gives users greater shooting flexibility as well as making the camera more pleasant to use. The larger, tilting monitor screen adds...
The X30's 28-122mm f/2.0-2.8 manual zoom lens, 12MP X-trans sensor and EXR II image processor are retained from the X20, so it's fair to say the “vitals” of the camera remain pretty much unchanged.It's in the peripheral areas that we see developments brou...
Good Beautiful retro design, Sturdy and wellbuilt, Large, clear electronic viewfinder...
Bad Bulky and heavy for a compact...
Bottom line Fujifilm X30 verdict Open Gallery Having recently reviewed the Sony RX100 III, it's hard to recommend the X30 over it if you're looking for a compact camera in the higher end range – the Sony is smaller and offers better image quality and feature...
What is the Fujifilm X30? The Fujifilm X30 is the follow-up to the popular Fujifilm X20 . It's a high-end, retro-styled compact that sells for £479, making it more expensive than some lower-end CSCs and DSLRs. Thanks to an excellent new electronic viewfin...
Good Great onbody controls, Fast, accurate AF, Robust build...
Bad Smaller sensor than rivals, No touchscreen, Lens could offer wider angle...
Bottom line The Fujifilm X30 is a strong compact, but doesn't make the image quality improvements needed to match the best big-sensor performers.Next, read more Camera Reviews...
Fujifilm found a winning formula with the X10 , and it stuck to it, producing expert compacts with bright zoom and an optical viewfinder (a rare thing, nowadays!). Buoyed by the success of its first model, Fujifilm soon produced the X20 , which introduced...
Good Buildquality, Mechanical zoom, Good overall responsiveness, Bright electronic viewfinder, Adjustable screen, WiFi, Good battery life (over 400 photos)...
Bad Bigger and heavier than its predecessors, Viewfinder too near the centre, Slightly poorer picture quality, Eye relief too small, Bulky adjustable screen, Sensitivity range reduced for RAW images, No electronic level, Very disappointing video quality...
Bottom line We loved the Fujifilm X20, but the X30 has left us dreaming of even more future improvements. The new design and build-quality are excellent, but the integration of the electronic viewfinder and adjustable screen could have been better. They've caused the...
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