Fujifilm quietly announced upgrades to two X-series models. The X-T30 II is the same as its predecessor, except for its higher-resolution LCD (1.68M-dot versus 1.04M-dot) and additional memory. The latter allows it to perform as robustly as the X-T4.
The X-T30 II does not include a battery charger and will come in silver and black. It will be priced at $899 body-only, $999 when paired with the XC 15-45mm F3.5-5.6 power zoom and $1299 with the 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens.
There’s also a ‘new’ X-T3, known as the X-T3 WW (worldwide). This is the same camera as the X-T3, just without a battery charger in the box. The ‘WW’ is only available in black and will sell for $1099 body-only and $1499 with the 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens. That’s $100 off the current street price of the X-T3 with a charger.
Both models will be available in late October.
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