Photos show Fujifilm X-T30 system camera

Photos and specifications of the Fujifilm X-T30 system camera have appeared online. The device would get the same 26-megapixel sensor as the more expensive X-T3 and also take over the maximum shooting speed of 30 frames per second.

The X-T30 will be the successor to the Fujifilm X-T20 announced in early 2017. The new model would have a maximum shooting speed of 30 frames per second, using the electronic shutter and a 1.25x sensor crop. The same speed is possible with the higher positioned Fujifilm X-T3, which was announced in September last year.

The X-T30 will reportedly get the same 26-megapixel sensor as the X-T3. That is an aps-c format sensor. The 4k film function is limited to 30 fps with the new camera, with the top model that is a maximum of 60 fps. The photos and some specifications are on the Japanese Nokishita blog. That website regularly shares reliable information about cameras that have not yet been officially announced.

Like its predecessor, there will be a black and silver variant of the X-T30. The housing would have dimensions of 118x83x47mm and weigh 383 grams. According to rumor site FujiRumors, the X-T30 will be presented on February 14.