Fujifilm has introduced the successor to its light-weight mirrorless interchangeable-lens X-T100 digital camera, the X-T200 — and it comes with tons of enhancements, together with 4K video at 30 FPS and built-in gyro sensors for steadier photographs.
The digital camera, which now sports activities a revamped 24MP APS-C sensor with on-sensor section detection, will go on sale in February for $700. The discharge will coincide with the launch of Fujifilm’s new funds lens, the XC35mmF2, which can price solely $200. As you possibly can anticipate from gadgets at this worth level, climate sealing is sadly out of the query.
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The excellent news, although, is the X-T200 shoots 4K with no crop. It could additionally report 1080P footage at 120 FPS.
Equally to its predecessor, the X-T200 sports activities a 3.5-inch LCD tilting display, which — coupled with its boosted video capabilities — ought to make it a sexy choice to beginner vloggers. After all, the most important query is how nicely these built-in gyro sensors deal with shakes, however that continues to be to be seen.
The digital camera will probably be accessible in three coloration schemes — silver, darkish silver, and champagne gold — and it’ll retail at $699.95 for the physique solely. That stated, you possibly can seize a equipment with the XC15-45mm lens included for $799.95, when you’re new to the system.
Printed January 23, 2020 — 12:10 UTC