Fujifilm's point-and-shot gets an upgrade this fall with some necessary upgrades to bring it up to spec with the competition. The design of the X30's body gets slightly revised, but keeps the vintage-inspired design that has become the signature look of the X-line.
One of the biggest upgrades is the X30's new 2.36MP OLED-based EVF which now has a large magnification of .65x and a lag time of .005 seconds. The camera also gets a 3.0" tilting display and a new "Classic Chrome" film simulation mode. On the spec side the camera has a 12 Megapixel 2/3 sensor, a f/2.0-2.8 lens with 4x manual zoom, and a hybrid AF system that locks focus in just .06 seconds.