Fujifilm X30 digital compact camera expected to be announced this fall. The upcoming Fujifilm X30 rumored to feature a fixed zoom lens and a sensor bigger than 1″-type image.
According to Chinese site xjrumo, Fuji is working on a new compact camera. The new Fujifilm X30 camera rumored to compete with Sony’s RX100 and recently announced RX100M2 digital compact cameras with fixed lens and large sensors.
The Fujifilm X20 announced in early 2013 with a 12 megapixel 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II which enables the X20 to capture very high quality images. Fujifilm X20 is currently priced $599 at Adorama.
Fujifilm X30 Announcement This Fall and Expected Specs
- Slightly bigger then the X20
- 1″-type image sensor
- Fixed lens
- Announcement in early fall
If rumors are true Fujifilm X30 will most likely be announced in late summer or early fall this year.
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