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Fujifilm X30 : Specifications and Opinions


Fujifilm X30


The Fujifilm X30 is a compact camera with 2/3" (3.9x) sensor and 12 megapixels manufactured from 2014 to 2016 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 100 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 12 FPS. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 419 €;
59 users have given it an average vote of 9.2 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   2/3" (3.9x)
 Resolution   12 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   100 - 12800
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/4000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 3 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Stabilization   Yes
 Autofocus (AF areas)   49
 Continuos shooting   12 FPS
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Not needed (it is a fixed-lens camera)
 Video mode   1920x1080p @ 60 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No

 Built and notes
 Lens   7.1-28.4mm f/2.0-2.8  (28-112mm equiv.)
 Min. focus distance   0.01 meters
 Touchscreen   No
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.65x
 Flash   Yes, guide number 7 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC
 Battery   Li-Ion
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   423 g
 Dimensions   119 x 72 x 60 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on April 02, 2019

Pros: Robustness, lens, sensor, image quality, battery life and (for those who appreciate it) aesthetics

Cons: Addictive

Opinion: Found at a "human" price I bought this machine for the second time, this time hoping not to stumble and fall on it; Note that last time the display had broken, in addition to a hand, but the viewfinder and all the rest of the machine continued to work regularly-to say how solid. Even in this "Second Life" the X30 is taking over, causing me to leave home any other equipment, because for 90% of the opportunities is more than enough, just know the limits, which are the same as the X20 from which mutual Sensor and basic electronics. This is to say that those who know and appreciated the X20 will find in this machine the same characteristics; On the other hand, those who had heard limiting the Galilean viewfinder, the fixed display and the absence of WiFi, in this will be happy to find more updated solutions, more "performing", as the USA say. Features: The sensor is an X-trans, like that of the CSC sisters APS-C, but it is quite smaller, though not lowercase; This brings with it obvious consequences, type that if, to say, in the Sorellone with APS sensor for us the limit of the ISO without noise is 1600, here will be 800, or even 640; The sharpness is remarkable thanks also to the excellent lens, but certainly a 35mm f1.4, also mounted on an X-M1, will always do better. "Then Why don't you bring a Fuji body with two-three fixed vouchers?", I will wonder, but the answer is simple!: "Because within the range 28-112mm it has and in conditions of light not extreme, the results of this machine are much more than sufficient . And I bring a body only, compact and not heavy. " Yes, the body: it's a little bit larger than the X20, in a light but substantial way; Where that could fit into the pocket of a jacket, this... Perhaps not, and his weight is more perceptible; On the other hand, the adoption of a larger battery (that of the X100) involves a series of changes, also positive because autonomy is abruptly increased. The controls are all in the right place for a compact and after a short time you learn to work it with extreme naturalness. I can't comment on autofocus and video shooting because my photographic style rarely requires rapidity and video I don't. The photographic qualities, for those who did not know the previous model to which I called, are very noticeable for the class of apparatus: High ISO seal, chromatic range, sharpness, completeness of functions, dynamic range. On This last point I want to emphasize that the machine does not have HDR, but it is sufficient to bring to-2 the two contrasts, high and low lights, bring the DR (Dinamic range) on dr400, make a prudent choice in the exposure and the choice of film emulation and here is that It becomes almost impossible to leave out range something. In any case the raw file is perfectly workable, even in the car. On The used market maintains a high price, which indicates how the value of the machine is higher than the passage of time.

avatarsenior
sent on August 07, 2018

Pros: Quality JPEG, design, accessibility functions

Cons: Ignition system

Opinion: Socket used a couple of years ago (with a bit of skepticism) to cover the situations in which I did not want to carry reflex and lens kit. Now often is the camera that remains at home: this little one with a very pleasant aesthetics covers 90% of (my) photographic needs thanks to the zoom 28-112 F2-2.8. The controls of the various functions are for the most part accessible without entering the menus; Useful the possibility of macro and super-macro. The construction is sturdy, apart from perhaps the battery compartment door. Thanks to the adjustable display and the possibility of the silent shot I find it indicated for the street. In the photos of panoramas, however, I do not find always convincing the greenery of the foliage. To finish it does not seem very fast and intuitive RAW FILE CONVERTER software provided, but maybe it is my limit as far as post production in general. At the end of the autofocus speed and high ISO can not rival those of a reflex but, again, apart from specialist needs allows you to cover most situations without regrets for having left the backpack home with all the Kit.

avatarsenior
sent on June 13, 2018

Pros: Jpeg, color, bright lens, photographic prints

Cons: No one in particular

Opinion: Now I own it for 2 years and I'm enthusiastic, it was feeling right away. It churns out JPEGs immediately to use, wonderful colors. I own and have owned various cameras from Canon to Pentax, up to Olympus at present, but most of the time for my both Sunday and everyday outings It is the one I always carry with me for its simplicity in use, for its discretion to People's eyes to make street, for the quality of the files it churns out. I use it mainly as mentioned in street photography but lately I'm also using it in landscape photography and I must say that it defends well! Macro photos to envy to different lenses! The advice to those looking for a compact car quality. Another thing for me important, I did make prints also 30x60 and the result is amazing for a sensor 2/3

avatarjunior
sent on May 17, 2018

Pros: A Premium compact of the highest class. Outstanding retro vintage design old rangefinder cameras, manual control zooms. Noble materials for the construction, magnesium alloy and aluminium sturdy and lightweight Chassis. High-level sensor X TRANS technology. Shooting mode is manual, with a detailed analysis of the exposure and times, both automatic and numerous to adapt the settings to the scene. Fantastic assisted focusing with acoustic signal emission and focus frame area with switch from red to green. Excellent portable, compactness and discretion. Tilting LCD screen. Panoramic shooting function at 360 degrees. Mode you can take macro and SUPER macro up to a minimum distance of 1 CM. Built-in FLASH. Beautiful JPEG files. Processing IN CAMERA RAW files, fantastic Fuji film simulation

Cons: Happy to have a Fuji x 30.

Opinion: After a month and a thousand shots, I can start a little review of myself. Bought new, demo shop, wanted by me for the greater definition of the sensor X TRANS, after an experience in LX 100. And "truly a high-quality camera, starting with the telephoto F 2.8-2.8 28-112mm extremely bright optimized specifically for the sensor, aberration-free and flare lenses, a quality" fantastic optical zoom lens stabilization OIS for shots with low-brightness, dual hybrid focusing system, contrasting phase and D image.

avatarsenior
sent on January 18, 2018

Pros: JPEG and RAW quality, optical quality, build quality, versatility, completeness of functions, viewfinder, possibility to mount filters.

Cons: Ring for over / under exposure is easy to confuse with that for setting the mode that also changes position as soon as you inadvertently touch it. Focal range that does not cover the extreme wide angle.

Opinion: First true digital that I had and I believe I will never leave. Used for a long time only in JPEG has always baked beautiful images. Since I use it in RAW mode once I learned to use its many functions and the SILKYPIX RAW FILE CONVERTER EX 2.0 software supplied as standard with the machine I'm using it much better even if the need for PP intervention is not frequent given the native quality of the generated files. Usually in PP I make any crop and perspective corrections, color correction and exposure is almost never necessary unless something is wrong during shooting.rnrnThe ignition system is at least original if not bizarre and on prime can displace it as you need to rotate the zoom ring but just get used to it. The electronic viewfinder is excellent and responsive, does not regret the optical viewfinder and offers plenty of information in real time.rnrnThe arrangement of the controls is good but given the compactness of the body are very close to each other. In particular sand with the eye glued to the viewfinder you want to over / under expose the first times you have to do some practice because it is easy to turn by mistake instead of the appropriate ring that of the operating modes. In any case you can do almost anything without having to enter the menu, which makes the use of the X30 very fast in practice.rnrnAutofocus is precise and fast, shows some uncertainty only in very low light conditions at maximum focal length. Stabilization is excellent.rnrnDo not deceive its smallness and sensor Mpx number. It is simply exceptional also thanks to the firmware that runs it, really of an unexpected quality in a camera of this price class. You work safely up to 800 ISO but also to 1600 files are fully usable.rnrnThe focal zoom excursion covers 90% of shooting situations. On some occasions, especially indoors, one feels the lack of a wide-angle thrust focal length. The zoom has the front thread for the filters, what not usin non-interchangeable optical cameras. The diameter is a bit strange, you need to buy an adapter ring from a few euros and then you mount the world. Personally I always keep a neutral filter to protect the front lens and a dedicated lens hood. If necessary use a circular polarizer. rnrnThe tilting display is of excellent quality even if like practically all the others in bright light conditions is not very legible.rnrnThe battery lasts the right according to me, you have to keep in mind that even if you turn off the display the electronic viewfinder still absorbs energy. Let's say that going out without at least one spare battery is imprudent.rnrnIdeal to always have with you, as it is all-metal heavy but compact enough to fit in a pocket (not a pocket!). It is very discreet, perfect for the street and for environments where you do not have to be invasive. Take both JPEG and RAW (the Fuji has the RAF extension) of the highest quality with colors and sharpness that do not disappoint.rnrnInfinally a cameracomplete and quality. It can be a permanent solution for those who do not need the performance of a full frame and a wide angle. From the point of view of results outclasses almost all the APS even higher cost. If you start to use it then the SLR will often stay at home! RnrnTo do not overlook the beauty of the object. Vintage and effect, especially if taken in the silver / black version. Fuji X30 ... I love it and I recommend it.rnrnrn




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