Fujifilm Releases New X-T30 Camera Firmware Update to Help Reduce Accidental Q Button Presses

Fujifilm has announced the release of a new firmware update for its X-T30 Mirrorless Camera, offering a tweak to help prevent accidental use of the device's Q (quick menu) button. As noted in our Hands-On First Look Review of the camera HERE, the Q button's thumb-rest placement makes it particularly prone to pesky unintentional presses.

Thankfully, the camera's new Ver.1.01 update has tweaked the Q Button's operation, increasing the reaction time between pressing the button and actually opening the quick menu -- which should help to minimize accidental use. Likewise, an additional update is also planned for a June release to further address the issue, allowing customers to use the Q button as a Fn button, disable the Q button, or assign the Q button's functions to a different Fn button.

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CLICK HERE for instructions on how to download and install the new Ver.1.01 firmware update.

The Fujifilm X-T30 is currently available for $899 via B&H Photo-Video. Here's a full rundown of key specs per Fujifilm:

• 26.1M BSI APS-C X-Trans CMOS 4
• X-Processor 4 quad-core CPU
• 100% phase detect AF across the entire frame
• Excellent face and eye detection AF with new Face Selection option
• 2.36M-dot OLED EVF
• 3 inch 1.04M-dot 2-way tilting Touch LCD with smooth and fast drag controls
• 4K/30p, Full HD 120fps, H.264 compression option
• External HDMI recording capable of 4:2:2 10 bit quality
• 1x SD UHS-I card slot
• Built-in Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth V.4.2
• Headphone Jack via USB-C Adapter (3rd Party)
• NP-W126S battery