Fujifilm has unveiled the X30, the successor to the brand's popular X20 that's equipped with a number of significant upgrades. They include a 2.6 million-dot OLED electronic viewfinder, an upgraded 3-inch tilting LCD with increased resolution, two lens rings for exposure and zoom control, and improved battery life. There's also the new Classic Chrome preset to Fujifilm's range of film-profile emulating settings. Apart from those updates, the X30 has the same specs as its predecessor, including a 12-megapixel 2/3-inch X-TRANS CMOS 2 sensor and 28-112mm (35mm equivalent, 4x magnification) f/2.0-2.8 lens. Housed in a classically styled magnesium alloy body with a refashioned grip, the Fujifilm launches next month with a $600 price tag.