The latest Fujifilm camera is here and based on the spec sheet, it looks like a minor update at best. Personally, I don't think this is a bad thing because considering the price point this is a fantastic camera. The X-T20 was a brilliant well-priced camera and the new X-T30 continues in that vein.
When the X-T3 first came out I was under the impression that it too was just a minor update. Once I actually had a chance to properly test and compare it to the older model the X-T2, I started to appreciate the new model far more. Many of the updates were subtle changes that made the camera a much more well-rounded system. The X-T30 seems to be similar in that it seems like a minor update, but with features like the much-improved focus system, this could be precisely what many Fuji shooters need.
In a recent video from Kai W, he demonstrates some of the new features. The face detect seems to be much better in this model; even more so than the X-T3. In my testing, the face and eye detect features of the X-T3 were good but unreliable in some instances. Of course, these new features are due to come to the X-T3 too via a firmware update.
With a price point of $899, I'd say the X-T30 is a fantastic option for many photographers. Check out the full video to see some of the new features this camera offers.