Fujifilm has dubbed the X-T30 “The Little Giant” and for good reason – it sports many of the most exciting features of the X-T3 in a smaller and more affordable package. These include the latest X-Trans IV sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus system, impressive burst speeds with the electronic shutter, 4K video recording and much more.
To be honest, there isn’t a whole lot that sets these two cameras apart, but given the price gap, it is worth investigating the differences.
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