Fujifilm X-T30 II review: Minor upgrade, still a mighty camera?

The X-T30 Mark II is nigh-on identical to its predecessor, it only adds a higher-resolution LCD screen, and allegedly improves the autofocus a little too. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The Q Menu button is almost too conveniently placed -- as it's too easy to hit accidentally, which brings up on on-screen overlay menu. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The autofocus system offers eye-tracking, which is great, while the little rear joystick makes it easy to adjust focus point placement. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Fujifilm combines on-lens and on-body controls for a retro yet classic way to control manually. You can always set things to Auto if you prefer. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
The X-Trans CMOS IV sensor at the heart of this camera delivers quality shots, here's one sample. Looks tasty, right? (image credit: Pocket-lint)
Fundamentally the same as its predecessor, the Mark II model isn't for upgraders, it's for new buyers. Think of it that way and it's a strong mid-range camera. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
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