Exactly! Many shooters looking (price wise) at this article might go for the 200 simply because the bigger screen reminds them of their phone. Turning to Full HD, the X-T30 offers a maximum frame rate of 120fps at 200Mbps for slow motion footage. I have the XT3, the AF in video is very poor when compared to Canon DPAF. Someone showed me a really nice Think Tank bag https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1187967-REG/think_tank_photo_366_lily_deanne_lucido_premium_quality.html/?ap=y&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI87K-sP7D4AIVysDACh0faQEnEAQYAyABEgIocvD_BwE&lsft=BI%3A514&smp=Y and he uses the X-T3. Currently the X-T20 can be found for approximately $700 / £630 (body only), $800 / £720 (with the XC 15-45mm) or $1000 / £890 (with the XF 18-55mm). The single SD card slot is found right next to the battery slot. I love that little lens and it is truly a pancake. What makes you say that? But I wouldn't call the XF 18-55 heavy. The smallest WR lens is probably the new 16mm f2.8. Int'l Photography Awards just announced winners and finalists from over 13,000 images submitted. I don't need it, just think it would be kind of a cool little camera to have. Basically the current sensor and processor will be dead / EOL soon after the release of the X-T4. It displays a bright rectangle in the viewfinder, allowing you to see outside the frame and capture unexpected moments with greater ease. I also take pics in rain as well and no issue so far.

Don't know why the XT100 is heavier than the XT20, is it because of better build? I’m still not a video guy, and never will be. The X-TX0 series have always been about offering the same SLR styled shooting experience as the top of the line X-T series, but with a little less functionality under the hood. The 15-45 zoom has a comparatively less responsive motorized zoom.

The XT2 boasts a fastest mechanical shutter of 1/8000 compared to 1/4000 on the XT20, and a faster flash sync too of 1/250 vs 1/180. The 18-55 is heavy as a car tire?

You still have the built in flash in place in the faux-mirrorbox, you still have one front and one rear command dial, and you still find the familiar top plate layout with selector dial to the left, shutter speed and exposure comp dials to the right as well as the infamous “panic switch” that sets the camera into full-auto mode for when you’re feeling a little tourist’y. The eyepoint is 23mm.

Or better said if the current market will remain harsh over the coming two years (and it probably will).

I simply keep pressing the damn thing by mistake sometimes. Yep, it is the user interface. I've shot both the XT100 and the XT30 and I'd say the XT200 is good for the beginner or experienced photographer that wants a backup camera that doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Another advantage is that the phase detection pixels of the X-T30, unlike those of the X-T20, cover 99% of the sensor’s surface in all modes except AF Tracking where coverage is 91% x 94%. Panasonic with stick with their small niche of video FF cameras. With the Sony results you also have to factor in how much lens sales they lose to third parties with the extensive range the system has of Zeiss, Sigma, Tamron autofocus lenses. I decided to go with the xt2. Very frustrating when you are living and traveling in Southeast Asia full-time, want to learn more about travel photography, but the cameras will not work. Disclaimer 2: All the images in this article has been shot using a prototype X-T30 camera. I just rotate between these two cameras depending on weather and needs.

Fujifilm have changed one important thing on the outside of the camera. However, the X-T30, being the latest iteration, comes with the latest X-Trans IV type with 26.1MP, which is the same chip found inside the X-T3. I have no regrets.

?, xe?, xa?, xpro?). This mode results in 16.6MP images, and when combined with the electronic shutter (ES) you get completely EVF blackout free 30fps shooting.

Whether you’re just sharing clips with friends or you’re launching an online on-camera career, vlogging matters. For your situation it really just depends on what you’re willing to put up with carrying. Note that it is possible to have AF/AE tracking at all speeds. You’ll also notice that the traditional D-Pad has been replaced by an AF joystick on the new model and some of the buttons have been shuffled around.

As a collector, I have a low key desire to get a Pentax Q kit. The new model will be available in three colour variations – black, silver and a charcoal version that will be released in May – whereas the X-T20 only comes in black and silver. I paid the same for an X-T20 not long ago, and both are worth the price. How did this get so far OT?Sony hides their interchangeable lens camera sales details.

That allows for plenty of post-processing flexibility, but if you’re not a pro, Fujifilm’s Eterna color filter makes for natural-looking video that’s easy to quickly tune and adjust. The X-T100 was sluggish, its autofocus sub-par and 4K 'video' was limited to 15 fps. I don't need high FPS for action, and I'm not doing any heavy post processing for video or photos. For street work the xt30 wins hands down because it has a tilt lcd. The maximum bitrate in 4K/30p is 100Mbps on the X-T20 compared to 200Mbps on the X-T30. Why not sony 6100 , high tech in still and unbeatable video, best by DPR. No. The latter only applies when you put the camera into boost mode, which eats up the battery quicker. I’m glad I have an X-T3 otherwise….Fuji envy…. So if you don't need the tweaks, I would stick with the older camera.

Was thinking of the much less capable Canon M200.

Choice between old and older cams? If you want to take hands-on control of settings, or shoot video: X-T30. OMG is this what we’ve been waiting for Jonas?? The most notable result of this is that the base ISO on the X-T30 is now ISO160 as opposed to the ISO200 on the X-Trans 3 sensor of the X-T20. I very much doubt it. Like the majority of Fujifilm X Series cameras, the X-T20 and X-T30 house an APS-C sized X-Trans sensor. The X-TX0 line is a very well thought out concept that has seen minimal design changes since the X-T10 conception.

I need to wait for the final review then.. Looking to get in on the instant camera fun? It’s a shame however that Fujifilm didn’t manage to increase the recording time. I got an X-T30 recently and absolutely love it for the manual dials. When shooting RAW + jpeg in this mode the buffer will fill after 33 shots, but when shooting jpeg only it will handle 60 frames in the buffer.

Compact Impact – The Fujinon XF16mm f2.8 review, FUJIFILM X-T30 最新情報まとめページ | とるなら~写真道楽道中記~, Preorder the X-T30 with a Fujicron and save $300 – Review Roundup – Fujicron, Group portrait with the 80mm macro – manu schwendener, FUJIFILM X-T30 STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - Nico Harold. i have read the page on the sensor twice and i can only assume yhe XF200 has a Bayer CFA as it was stated the XT30 has an X-trans and it did not say the 200 has an X-trans ...so i am guessing its a bayer.

They have similar resolution to the X-T3. With the mechanical shutter on the X-T30, you can activate a mode called Sports Finder. The X-T30 can record excellent-looking 4K video, and its 425-point phase-detect autofocus system spans the entire frame. Thank you for the review! Once that's done the only obstacle between you and photographic fame and fortune is your paralyzing fear of failure. I'm not sure what's a worse long-term prospect for us customers, a company like Nikon where they can't survive without camera sales, or a company like Sony, and to a lesser extent, Fuji, who could nix their consumer camera division without missing a beat. Made the decision a few weeks ago but like you I didn’t know what body I wanted. If you're referring to X-T200; yes, it has a Bayer CFA. I think it’s mainly a heating issue, but what do I know, I’m not a Fujifilm engineer.

Disclaimer 1: I’m an X-photographer. For christ sake, there are no "worms" with X-Trans, only freaks with no clue, and very old Software from 2012 and/or Adobe Craptastic Users might get one. Then, I’d stock up on these: OP/TECH USA 9001022 Rainsleeve - Small, 2 Pack (Clear) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SF8X1Q4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_12BACbFYFQRRB for when you really want to shoot in the rain, and just try not to soak your camera.

The X-TX0 series have always been about offering the same SLR styled shooting experience as the top of the line X-T series, but with a little less functionality under the hood. @Fastguitars, FYI the Z50 doesn't have IBIS. XT20 is an excellent choice if you insist on Fujifilm. Product differentiation isn't a dirty word. There really isn’t much I can say that I haven’t said already. Do you want to do serious video?

The first shot is gorgeous. Ace Noguera recorded the shutter sounds of numerous vintage cameras and produced a satisfying video of his project.

I can't imagine where to hold on the x-t200.

The 18mm lens offers a roughly 27mm full-frame equivalent focal length on APS-C camera systems, weighs just 51g (1.8oz) and costs only $69. I would go with the xt3 with a battery or hand grip. Maybe the X-T200 sees a $200 discount and the X-T30 sees a $100 discount. I wish all of my X-T’s had this feature. Both cameras have APS-C sensors but Fujifilm X-T30 has a 26.1 MP and Fujifilm X-T20 has a 24.3 MP resolution.

Indeed, I feel it would be wise for Fujifilm to keep it on the market at a reduced price, just as Sony has done with its a6000 series cameras, in order to grab a share of the entry-level market.