Fuji Announces X-T200 – New Entry-Level Mirrorless Camera

Fujifilm has just announced their new entry-level mirrorless camera – the X-T200. Its predecessor, the X-T100 was released a little less than two years ago and while it was a pretty good camera for beginners, the X-T200 is much more exciting, both for amateur photographers and videographers. Fuji X-T200 sports a new 24MP APS-C sensor (it’s not an X-Trans sensor like on their more expensive cameras) but you still get access to Fujifilm’s great film simulations. The camera also had some changes when it comes to design – it is now lighter and has a better grip. The touchscreen has probably seen the biggest upgrade, as it now features an articulating design.

fuji x-t200 entry level mirrorless camera

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The X-T200 also received some significant upgrades when it comes to video. While its predecessor could shoot 4K, it was limited to 15 fps. The new model is now much more usable thanks to 24 fps and 30 fps shooting modes. It also records 1080p video at up to 60 fps and offers electronic stabilization in videos.

The camera is available for preorders right now and is available in three versions – silver, dark silver, and champagne gold. Fuji X-T200 will start shipping in late February. You can check out the key new features and important specs below.

Fuji X-T200 Specs

  • 24.2MP APS-C Bayer CMOS sensor
  • 4K video recording at up to 30 fps
  • 1080p video recording at up to 120 fps
  • Hybrid AF system
  • Face/Eye detection AF
  • HDR video mode
  • Large 3.5-inch 2.76m-dot articulating touchscreen
  • New 2.36m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder
  • Electronic video stabilization
  • 8fps continuous shooting
  • Film simulations
  • Updated body design / lighter body
  • USB Type-C port (can be used for charging and headphones)