For those looking for mirrorless cameras that produce high quality photos and videos, but need a bevvy of features, the best mirrorless camera for the job has to be the Fujifilm XT30. It might be a small camera, but it\u2019s packing 26.1MP, 4K videos, and features that make capturing movement a breeze.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Fujifilm XT30\r\nThe Fujifilm XT30 crams superb color capturing capabilities, high resolution videos, and the X-processor 4 quad-core CPU to capture faces accurating.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nPart of the magic of the X-T30 Fujifilm integrated their excellent sensor, the fourth generation X-trans sensor, which has been used in previous Fujifilm cameras. That has definitely worked out for the best. It\u2019s then combined with its mechanical shutter shooting continuously up to 8.0fps at full resolution, which is 26.1MP\u2014higher than the 24.5MP in the Nikon Z6. Even in sports finder mode, cropped at 1.25x, the electronic shutter can still capture at 16.6MP. And if need be, you can shoot video in 4K at 30fps.\r\n\r\nFurthermore, noise is kept low between ISO settings, coming in at just behind the Sony a6400 in performance. For less noise, look to Sony A7 III. Still, there\u2019s plenty of dynamic range, including three settings and built-in flash.\r\nDesign\r\nThe Fujifilm XT30 is a rather small camera, but that doesn\u2019t make it hard to handle, not with the grippy texture and handle like the Panasonic Lumix G7. Access the various shutter speed settings with the shutter speed dial. The mode dial is located on the right-hand side, including an auto mode. The Q button is placed in an awkward location, right where your right thumb will be. It takes some time getting used to.\r\nValue\r\nThe Fujifilm X-T30 is clearly a heavy-hutter, and it\u2019s certainly capable of capturing high quality images. However, arguably its selling point has to be all the features that\u2019s crammed into such a small camera. For starters, face and eye detection AF is available when shooting videos.\r\n\r\nThe camera also captures sound through an HDMI port, which is great for professional filmmakers, not to mention the various simulation modes Fujifilm is famous for. And not to forget that its electronic viewfinder is larger than entry-level DSLR viewfinders thanks to its full frame sensor. You\u2019re getting an excellent deal, especially if you add in a kit lens.\r\nFujifilm XT30 Wrap Up\r\nIf you fawned over a camera like Sony\u2019s a6400 Mirrorless Camera, the Fujifilm XT30 can bring you near the same quality at a cheaper price and a laundry list of features. It can also capture professional-grade videos, not to mention being comfortable for both professionals and serious photographers. The biggest downside is an awkwardly placed Q button, which you\u2019ll learn to avoid.