X Series

FUJIFILM X-T30 NEW

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Accurate Auto-Focus Tracking and Face Detection

Faster and more accurate AF performance

The number of AF phase detection pixels in the sensor have been increased to 2.16 million and now cover the entire frame (approx. 100%). This enables fast and accurate auto-focusing. Additionally, The low-light threshold for phase detection AF has been also expanded from +0.5EV in previous-generation camera systems to -3.0EV.

Six AF Modes

AF modes available are "Single Point AF" for prioritizing focus on a single chosen point, "Zone AF" suitable for a moving subject, and "Wide / Tracking AF." Each of them can be combined with the AF-S and AF-C modes to create six AF patterns in total.


AF-S + Single Point

Basic AF mode for focusing on a single chosen point in a subject

AF-S + Zone

Capturing a moving subject in a large AF area

AF-S + Wide

Automatically capturing a subject that makes unpredictable movements across the frame


AF-C + Single Point

Capturing a subject that makes a linear movement

AF-C + Zone

Tracking a subject that makes less-challenging movements that can be followed manually hand-held

AF-C + Tracking

Automatically tracking a subject that moves across the frame

Mechanical Shutter and Electronic Shutter

The FUJIFILM X-T30 can shoot continuously at up to 8.0fps in full resolution when using the mechanical shutter.

In Sports Finder Mode, the camera will capture 16.6 Mega-Pixel images with a 1.25x crop factor and use its electronic shutter. This makes it possible for the camera to have AF/ AE-tracking, blackout-free continuous shooting of up to 30fps, and silent mode.

"Face- and Eye-detection AF" for better portrait photographs

Compared to previous models, Face and Eye Detection have had their accuracy and performance doubled. This is especially true when tracking subjects from the side or when they are coming towards the camera. For portrait photographers using shallow depths of field, Eye-detection AF can be configured to priority focus on individual eyes, or on the eye closest to the camera. Eye-detection AF is also supported in AF-C mode, which will assist in providing accurate focus for moving subjects.

"Face Select" function ensures that the right subject is captured

When there are multiple faces within the frame, you can select a specific person on the touchscreen panel or with the Focus Lever so that autofocus and exposure settings are optimized for the subject. "Face Select" is a perfect tool when shooting commemorative photos or shooting a specific person in a large crowd in sports or other events.

Note

  • * When using Electronic Shutter 1.25x cropped