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Fujifilm X30 prices in Singapore

Crafted exclusively in expanding creativity, the compact Fujifilm X30 is such a wonderful camera that enables to achieve your creative vision and passion. Read more about Fujifilm X30 Singapore below to find out.

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Fujifilm X30 Price by Country
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Indonesia IDR 8,456,000
Malaysia MYR 1,879
Philippines PHP 28,185
Singapore SGD 798
Thailand THB 2,614
Vietnam VND 9,300,000

About Fujifilm X30 Singapore

Fujifilm X30 Singapore – Furthering Your Creative Horizon

Already a familiar name in the industry of camera and imaging products, Fujifilm continues to impress many people with its unique offerings. Thanks to its highly innovative features and specifications, the amazing Fujifilm X30 is the perfect companion that can expand your creative horizon effortlessly. In fact, it is the right tool that complements your passion.

Elegant Yet Practical Design

When you take a look at Fujifilm X30, it sports a solid body that seems to be able to withstand harsh punishment. At the same time, the Fujifilm X30 boasts clean-cut design that is both elegant and ergonomics. In fact, it exudes that classy vibe which proves to be highly appealing for those that favor simple yet sophisticated design. Visually speaking, the Fujifilm X30 is a sleek camera that is rightfully admired for its highly refined silhouette.

Emphasizing Ergonomics

As mentioned early, the Fujifilm X30 is designed with high emphasis on ergonomics. This aspect is clearly important so that you will be able to shoot pictures and videos comfortably with relative ease. Do not make the mistake of assuming that its emphasis on ergonomics is only limited to being practical. Believing in the power of passion when it comes to photography, the Fujifilm X30 has been designed to make it even easier for you to channel your creative vision into practice. As such, its buttons and focus mode dial have been strategically placed so that you can access them effortlessly. In other words, this straightforward approach perfectly complements intuitive-based interaction with Fujifilm X30.

Shooting Sharper Pictures with Fujifilm X30 Singapore

While its 12MP 2/3-inch X-Trans CMOS sensor gives you the ability to snap sharper and clearer pictures, the Fujifilm X30 also boasts an equally impressive hybrid (contrast + phase detection) autofocus system. In simpler terms, the Fujifilm X30 can track and focus on your intended target with great precision and speed. Thanks to this awesome feature, you can capture your perfect moment in no time without being distracted or delayed at the same time. Impressively, this feature even works well in areas with poor lighting conditions. Compared to its other compact rivals in the market, its own smaller sensor gives you longer reach that can useful when you are taking portraits.

Exceptional Image Quality

When it comes to image quality, you can be confident that the Fujifilm X30 definitely provides awesome images that feature lower noise. Not just that, the Fujifilm X30 offers wider dynamic expansion modes that allow for greater range of color tones. This incredible feature is extremely helpful in accomplishing your creative vision. Hence, the Fujifilm X30 is a great camera that proves more than able when it comes to expanding your creative horizon.

Expert Reviews

digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-01-04
The Fujifilm X30 is the successor to the much-loved X20 prosumer compact camera. While the X30 retains the retro rangefinder-like design, it has several upgrades. The optical viewfinder found in the X20 has been replaced with an electronic viewfinder (EV...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-02
The Fujifilm X30 is the successor to the much-loved X20 prosumer compact camera. While the X30 retains the retro rangefinder-like design, it has several upgrades.The optical viewfinder found in the X20 has been replaced with an electronic viewfinder (EVF)...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-12-31
Good color reproduction, Sturdy build, Good EVF, Long battery lifeSmaller sensor compared to competitors, No touchscreen, Bulky
Camera manufacturers are stepping up their game for the high-end/ prosumer compacts segment, with Canon releasing its PowerShot G7 X and Panasonic throwing in a Four Thirds sensor in the Lumix LX100 that's aimed at the pros. Being one of the first camera ...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-27
Fujifilm has launched the mew X30 premium compact camera, a replacement for its well-received X20.Priced and positioned below the company's excellent X100S professional camera, the X30 has kept what works while adding some nifty features that even seasone...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2014-08-26
Good color reproduction, Sturdy build, Good EVF, Long battery lifeSmaller sensor compared to competitors, No touchscreen, Bulky
With entry level point-and-shoots dropping in demand, the competition for premium prosumer compacts is heating up. The Sony RX100 III is arguably leading the pack with its 1-inch sensor, but Fujifilm isn't intending to compete on specs with the X-30.A suc...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-27
We have a lot of 'tools' in the camera market, but not many that are designed to be as pleasing to the eye as their output aims to be. I rather admire Fuji for its recognition that photography is a passion, not just a job, for most of us and that we like to have nice looking things that work well. Most cameras are designed like most cars – to be efficient and to do a job well, but it is usually hard to get excited about the way that they look. Fuji’s X series has really made a mark in the camera world, and a good deal of the attention surrounding it has come about because of the classic styling of the products - as well as the image quality of the unique sensors, of course!...
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reviewed.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-30
It's no secret that we had a soft spot for the Fujifilm X20 back in the day, but a lot can happen in a year and a half. The market has continued to improve, with point and shoots getting bigger sensors , more pro-style controls , and much more street cred...
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tomsguide.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-22
Bright and sharp pictures in bright ligh, Handsome designSlow autofocus in low ligh, Frustrating interfac, Oversensitive LCD shutoff sensor
With its industrial, retro design and solid build, the $599 Fujifilm X30 comes across as a dependable bridge camera that packs semipro photo quality in a compact body. But although it delivers great photos most of the time, the X30 suffers from several fl...
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hardwarezone.com.my
Reviewed on 2014-12-31
Camera manufacturers are stepping up their game for the high-end/prosumer compacts segment, with Canon releasing its PowerShot G7 X and Panasonic throwing in a Four Thirds sensor in the LUMIX LX100 that's aimed at the pros. Being one of the first camera v...
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dpexpert.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-12-11
The electronic viewfinder is superb with high resolution and comprehensive information display. Switching between LCD and EVF is automatic as the eye comes up to the finder. The camera is a pleasure to use and image quality is good for general use but not...The small X Trans sensor doesn't really cut it these days. Such a small sensor in such a large body is decidedly eccentric and resolved detail is poor compared with the best of the competition
754 (Street)Another Fujifilm eccentricFujifilm make no concessions to fashion. Their cameras look like something from the sixties and their idea of “compact” is something that will fit in no-one's pocket. And the X30 even comes with a “classic chrome” fi...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-26
These cameras may be a bit too big to fit in your pocket but most are compact enough to be considered appealing alternatives to heavier, bulkier, interchangeable lens camera systems...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-18
Great onbody controls, Fast, accurate AF, Robust buildSmaller sensor than rivals, No touchscreen, Lens could offer wider angle
What is the Fujifilm X30? The Fujifilm X30 is the follow-up to the popular Fujifilm X20 . It's a high-end, retro-styled compact that sells for £479, making it more expensive than some lower-end CSCs and DSLRs. Thanks to an excellent new electronic viewfin...
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expertreviews.co.uk
Reviewed on 2014-11-12
The X20's 2.8in screen was one of its weaker features so it's great to have a 3in, 920,000-dot screen in its place. We're even happier to report that it's an articulated design, tilting up by about 100 degrees and down by 45 degrees. We really appreciate ...
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techsmart.co.za
Reviewed on 2014-11-07
Manual zoom; Electronic viewfinder is great; WiFi, Solid image qualityTwisting of lens to turn on camera not the best option; Plastic on the body body comes across as cheap
The X30 is pretty much a hassle-free camera since not only is the 12 MP compact a handy size (smaller in volume than the Canon G1 X II) but it comes with a zoom lens of 28-112mm (35 mm equivalent) with quite a speedy f2.0-f2.8 aperture. While you are simp...
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stuff.tv
Reviewed on 2014-11-06
Beautiful retro design, Sturdy and wellbuilt, Large, clear electronic viewfinderBulky and heavy for a compact
The X30's 28-122mm f/2.0-2.8 manual zoom lens, 12MP X-trans sensor and EXR II image processor are retained from the X20, so it's fair to say the “vitals” of the camera remain pretty much unchanged.It's in the peripheral areas that we see developments brou...
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digitalversus.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-04
Buildquality, Mechanical zoom, Good overall responsiveness, Bright electronic viewfinder, Adjustable screen, WiFi, Good battery life (over 400 photos)Bigger and heavier than its predecessors, Viewfinder too near the centre, Slightly poorer picture quality, Eye relief too small, Bulky adjustable screen, Sensitivity range reduced for RAW images, No electronic level, Very disappointing video quality
Fujifilm found a winning formula with the X10 , and it stuck to it, producing expert compacts with bright zoom and an optical viewfinder (a rare thing, nowadays!). Buoyed by the success of its first model, Fujifilm soon produced the X20 , which introduced
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whatdigitalcamera.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-30
Several key upgrades on its predecessor, Great build quality, Excellent AF performance, USB battery chargingSensor size is smaller than some key rivals, noise performance at high ISOs, some small buttons at the rear
While the X series of compact system cameras (CSCs) is undoubtedly the manufacturer's flagship range, the X series of compacts is arguably just as impressive.The Fujifilm X30 is the third in a line of premium compacts, looking to improve on its predecesso...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
Retrothemed design appeal, tiltangle screen is useful, great electronic viewfinder, love the twistbarrel lens for speed, new manual focus/control ring, faster autofocus than predecessor, solid build quality doesn't disappoint, low ISO image quality deliv...High ISO sensitivities not so hot, larger scale than X20, shutter speed limits (1/000th sec and above rarely achievable) and no electronic shutter option, soso continuous autofocus, still no 24mm equivalent wideangle, Sony RX100 III and Panasonic LX100 ad...
It's been a strong year for high-end compact cameras, with well-established manufacturers honing their craft and new additions also appearing. It's made for a bustling market, but one that also makes that purchase decision all the harder. The Fujifilm X3...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
Classic Chrome film simulation. Bright, manual zoom lens. Excellent EVF. Great control layout. Tilting rear display. 11.8fps burst shooting. Wi-Fi.Lacks 24mm wide-angle coverage. Occasional lens flare. Omits optical finder found in X20. 12-megapixel 2/3-inch image sensor is showing its age. Video quality could be better. External battery charger not included
The Fujifilm X30 ($599.95) doesn't represent a huge upgrade in terms of imaging from its predecessor, the X20%displayPrice% at %seller%—it's got the same manual zoom lens and 12-megapixel X-Trans sensor—but it's a significant departure from the X20 in one...
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-10
Excellent colour and image quality, Excellent build quality and design, Electronic viewfinder, Eyedetection sensor, f/1.8 4x optical zoom lens, Manual controls, Fast continuous shooting, Q menu gives quick access to options, Printed manual and neck strap...Price, RAW not available in some modes
The Fujifilm X30 is a new serious compact camera from Fujifilm, and updates the X20 , the camera features a large electronic viewfinder with 2.36million dots, a tilting 3inch screen, improved battery life, improved controls with a new control ring aroun...
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