Fujifilm has today announced another compact camera to be released, dubbed the Fujifilm X30, it offers the largest, fastest an highest resolving viewfinder in its class according to Fujifilm.
The X30 has also been equipped with a 12 megapixel sensor and an EXR Processor II image processing engine, with a 2/3 inch X-Trans CMOS II sensor, along with a 28-112mm f/2.0-2.8 lens and a 3x optical zoom.
The camera has also been fitted with a new retro design, that comes in either black or silver.
There’s also a new control ring on the camera, along with a few extra dials and function buttons for further control. On the back there’s also a tilting 3.0 920k-dot premium clear LCD monitor, and inside there’s an improved battery life.
“With a magnification of 0.65x and a display lag time of just 0.005sec, the X30 has the largest and fastest viewfinder in its class. It offers a clear, high-definition Live View thanks to the new 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder and newly-designed dedicated lens, plus visibility has been improved by automatically controlling finder brightness according to the ambient light levels.”
“The Live View display can also be set the ‘Preview Pic. Effect’ function to reflect shooting conditions or offer a natural view close to what is seen with the naked eye, while the viewfinder’s eye sensor will also automatically switch the visible information when the camera is positioned vertically; something that was not possible with the previous model’s optical viewfinder.”
As of yet Fujifilm hasn’t released any information on the pricing for the camera, but they are expected to release it towards the end of next month.
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