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The Fujifilm X-T30 and Sony a6400 are two of the newest, most exciting mid-range mirrorless cameras on the market, and while they may not look similar at first glance, both include impressive features and performance specs. Chris and Jordan break down the differences to see which comes out on top.Get new episodes of DPReview TV every week by subscribing to our YouTube channel!IntroductionDesign a
Fujifilm has released a firmware update for its midrange X-T30 mirrorless camera. It aims to reduce the likelihood of accidentally pressing the Q.Menu button which, as we pointed out in our review, is one of the most frustrating things about an otherwise-great camera. Fujifilm says that the update makes the button slower to reaction to being pressed, thereby reducing the likelihood of accidentall
Fujifilm has released firmware version 3.00 for its X-T3 camera system, bringing with it improved face/eye detection, improved autofocus (AF) performance and basic bug fixes.Firmware version 3.00, preceded by version 2.10, has an improved AF algorithm for both video and stills that detects distant faces more accurately than before. Fujifilm says the feature has been 'enhanced by approximately 30%
Fujifilm's X-T30 and Sony's a6400 are both highly capable midrange cameras, with APS-C sensors, similar resolution, excellent autofocus systems and similar pricing. So how do they stack up in our standard studio test scene? Take a look for yourself while we continue working through our full reviews.$(document).ready(function() { ImageComparisonWidget({"containerId":"reviewImageComparisonWidget-42
I had a chance to sit down with two top Fujifilm execs (Toshihisa Iida and Makoto Oishi) at the recent CP+ 2019 show in Yokohama, Japan, to ask them about everything from the state of the industry to my usual tech-geeky questions about underlying technology. I've been wanting to write about some of the details of Fujifilm's advanced autofocus tech ever since the X-T3 was announced, so got
During the CP+ show here in Yokohama, we had a chance to sit down with Fujifilm executives and get up close and personal with the new Fujifilm GFX 100, Fuji's upcoming flagship GFX model that sports a 100-megapixel sensor. Although final details and full technical specifications are still unknown at this time, what we do know is that the GFX 100 is packing a lot of impressive technology and p
Fujifilm plans to increase its prices substantially on a day when customers are least likely to believe it: April Fool's Day. The price increase will affect the company's film and paper products globally starting on April 1, Fujifilm announced on Monday. Though price increases will vary based on market, photographers can expect a minimum 30% increase in film cost and 'double-digit percentage' pho
IntroductionWith 'Deep Learning' autofocus, crazy-fast burst speeds and refined ergonomics, the Olympus E-M1X is the most focused action and sports shooting camera that Olympus has ever made. And though it retains a Four Thirds sensor like the E-M1 II, Olympus is touting the X as a credible alternative to the flagship Nikon D5's and Canon EOS-1D X II's of the world: in the right circumstances.We'
Our Firmware Friday roundup this week is a doozie, with well over a dozen updates for cameras and lenses from a wide range of brands, including Canon, Fuji, Leica, Nikon, Olympus and Sony. We've a lot to discuss in what we've dubbed Mondo Firmware Friday, so let's get right down to it! Canon EOS R and RF 24-105mm F4 L We'll start off this week with Canon. The company has shipp
Fujifilm has announced a follow up to its X-T20 APS-C mirrorless camera from 2017. The X-T30 is essentially a cheaper and slightly less feature-packed version of the X-T3 mirrorless camera launched in September, 2018... Continue Reading Fujifilm keeps it light and compact with X-T30 mirrorless camera Category: Digital Cameras Tags: FUJIFILM Mirrorless Cameras


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