Fujifilm has revealed the X-T200, the follow-up to 2018’s X-T100 mirrorless camera. It’s Fujifilm’s entry-level design with a built-in electronic viewfinder.
The X-T200 still has a 24- megapixel APS-C sensor, however it now has complete phase-detection coverage for much better autofocus efficiency. Fujifilm has added gyro sensors to the video camera to help with video stabilization, along with assistance for HDR and 1080 p video at 120 frames per second.
The X-T200 will sell for $69995 with a 15-45 mm f/3.5 -5.6 power zoom lens. 3 color alternatives are offered: silver, dark silver, and champagne.
Fujifilm has actually also announced its most inexpensive X-mount prime lens yet, which would be an excellent fit for the X-T200 The XC 35 mm f/2 (imagined above) will cost $199; that’s half as costly as Fujifilm’s XF 35 mm f/2 WR, however you give up metal building and construction, an aperture ring, and weather condition sealing.