DPReview TV: Fujifilm X-T30 vs Sony a6400



The Fujifilm X-T30 and Sony a6400 are two of the newest, most exciting mid-range mirrorless cameras on the market, and while they may not look similar at first glance, both include impressive features and performance specs. Chris and Jordan break down the differences to see which comes out on top.

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30 Comments

  1. Golam Mamud

    I'm a beginner. Want to buy a mirrorless camera.
    My priority is
    1)Photography & videography
    2) in built slow-motion setting
    3)high battery power
    4)Budget 800 USD
    Kindly suggest. Thank you

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  2. Daniel Dougan

    The G9 beats the E-M1 II for sports and wildlife? Really?

    You can always put Panasonic glass on Olympus and get great autofocus, but the converse is not true. And Olympus has the 40-150mm f2.8 and 300mm f4 along with 1.4X and 2X teleconverters (admittedly the 2X was not available when this video was made). Phase-detect autofocus is better than DFD, period.

    If you buy a G9, you buy it because it shoots better video than the E-M1 Mark II. But, at that point, you might as well just buy a GH5.

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  3. Yanyan Libro

    if you want all around camera then go on sony 6400
    but if you are more of a photographer or you like to take photos more then go for fuji xt30

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  4. WhichLens

    Add a 0 in front of things, and some believe it's x by 10.
    Take Camera Conspiracies add a 0 in front of it : 0 Camera Conspiracies…
    What u think ?

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  5. Andrew Turner

    "Fuji? Nobody seems to make lenses for them when it comes to thirdy party." WRONG. Please do your research before making such statements.

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  6. Neehal Khan

    Hi chris,
    I am just into photography. And weight, handling and image quality is very important to me.
    Is there a lot of difference in their image quality?
    Which of them is more comfortable to use?
    What will i miss out from the other if i choose either of them?
    Are sigma 16mm f1.4 and 56mm f1.4 really good enough to choose sony a6400?
    No doubt fujifilm lenses are amazing but they are nearly double the price.
    Will that less expensive combo be sufficient for me?
    Answers to these questions might help me decide.
    Thank you

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  7. Neehal Khan

    Hi Chris,
    I know you are busy with photoshoots, family etc. but i really need your guidance here.
    I have ordered fuji xt30 and its going to arrive on 8th august approx.
    i was quite sure about the fuji xt30 with 16mm f1.4 and 56mm f1.2 untill i saw videos on sony a6400.
    I m mainly into photography and have no interest in vlogging or videography. My main concerns are image quality, ergonomics (comfortable to handle), ease of use.
    Plus the camera and lens combination that i have been planning is expensive on fujifilm side compared to sonya6400+sigma 1.6mm f1.4 and sigma 56mm f1.4.
    I would really appreciate it if you please help me on this as soon as you can.
    Thank you so much Chris

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  8. Commander Roddi

    I was almost sold on geting a Sony a6400, but now I'm taking a hard look at the XT-30. I am at a point thwere I have to start (again) to get new glass, and used to have Canon DSLR before. Bu tI like the line up of Fuji glass (especially the small prime lenses), and the looks and control layout of the Fuji bring me back to the first 35mm film rangefinder camera I bought at a pawn shop when I first started in photography. The images on the Fuji also look great off the box, so it would make things easier, and let you concentrate on shooting, rather than having to spend a lot of time on post processing.

    WIth the Sony, though the weather sealing and auto-focus are unbeatable, but ultimately, I do like the looks of the Fuji (I like teh look of teh XE-3 a bit more, but the XT-30 is pretty in the silver or black colors).

    I'd go with a silver Fuji XT-30….

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  9. Willy Pitty

    Bought a XT30 and love it. nice form factor and the controls are right there, no digging two deep to change something simple.

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  10. Andrzej Janiak

    You didn't mention three important things: 1) LR doesn't handle Fuji files well 2) it is uncomfortable to hold Fuji due to a very small grip, you have to purchase an extra one to improve the handling 3) You can upgrade from a6400 to a full frame and keep some lenses – Sony has one mount. Especially the last one is a big win for Sony. Yes, I like Fuji colors, yes, it looks nice, but in the end that is not what is the most important, at least not for me.

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  11. shaolin95

    Aside from the horrible look of the Fuji, the Sony had superior AF and superior high iso (unless you are fooled by Fujis bs iso rating cheat)

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  12. Keith Nocus

    It's so hard to decide. Fuji was my first choice and I love its retro design. But that Sony AF is so convincing!!!! Help

    Reply

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