Fujifilm has introduced the X-T200, the follow-up to 2018’s X-T100 mirrorless digital camera. It’s Fujifilm’s entry-level mannequin with a built-in digital viewfinder. The X-T200 seems to be fairly much like its predecessor, with the most important bodily modifications a 2.82oz (80g) discount in weight and a brand new vari-angle LCD that may be tilted whereas it’s flipped out.
The X-T200 nonetheless has a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, nevertheless it now has full phase-detection protection for higher autofocus efficiency. Fujifilm has added gyro sensors to the digital camera to assist with video stabilization, together with assist for HDR and 1080p video at 120 frames per second. 4K video, in the meantime, has been boosted to 30fps from a mainly unusable 15.
The X-T200 will promote for $699.95 body-only or $799.95 with a 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 energy zoom lens. Three colour choices can be found: silver, darkish silver, and champagne. It’ll go on sale in late February.
Fujifilm has additionally introduced its least expensive X-mount prime lens but, which might be a superb match for the X-T200. The XC 35mm f/2 (pictured above) will price $199; that’s half as costly as Fujifilm’s XF 35mm f/2 WR, however you quit metallic building, an aperture ring, and climate sealing.