Fujifilm X-T30 vs Sony A6400: which should you buy?

When the first mirrorless system cameras emerged about ten years ago, their killer feature was obvious: size. Or, more specifically, a lack of it in comparison to traditional DSLRs, which required space for a pentaprism viewfinder and a mirror that flipped up every time a photo was taken.

Fast forward a decade and, with the mirrorless cameras now feeling comfortably mature, we’re starting to see some truly astonishing photo and video capabilities squeezed into cameras so small and light they barely register when hung round your shoulders.

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