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Awards 2018 The results are in. It’s time to salute the winners page 15
On test: Panasonic Lumix S1R 47.3megapixels, full-frame and mirrorless page 64
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The ideal camera for action and nature ? page 58
Fully featured Fujifilm Boasting Fujifilm’s latest X-Trans sensor plus a host of exciting features, the X-T30 is destined for great things
Following in the footsteps of a big- selling camera is always a challenge, but there’s no doubt the Fujifilm X-T30 has all the attributes to make it as popular as its predecessor, the X-T20. At the X-T30’s heart is the 26.1- megapixel APS-C format X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and X-Processor 4 image processor. This is the same combination found in the X-T3, the winner of the Professional CSC Camera category in our Awards 2018. There is also a new AF system on board that features a frame-filling on-sensor phase detection system that gives great performance down to -3EV. The body also has a focus lever for fast focus point selection. The X-T30, priced at £899 with the XC15-45mm lens and £1199 with the XF18-55mm, is available in black or silver now, with charcoal silver available from May. Find out more in this issue with our first look on the Fujifilm X-T30. See also page 3 for more Fujifilm news.
The Canon EOS RP offers the chance to go full-frame on a budget. This 26.2-megapixel camera is also Canon’s smallest and lightest full-frame camera to date. Priced at £2329 for the EOS RP body, the Mount Adapter EF-EOS R and the RF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens. See page 3 for more on this exciting camera. Canonoffers full-frame tonewbies
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