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The X-T200 is a lightweight and compact mirrorless camera that can create 24.2 megapixel stills at 8 fps, record 4K UHD at 30fps, and pull down Full HD video at 120p. It features a redesigned EVF, face detection autofocus and is built around a new sensor and processor. It’s the follow-up the X-T100, and is lighter with a more advanced sensor. The camera features a new Digital Gimbal Function that utilizes gyro sensors inside the camera’s body—a great tech feature for recording smooth video footage without an additional accessory. Essentially, this is a great first camera for someone who is looking for something a little more substantial than what their phone can offer. Here is what else we know about it:

  • Built around an APS-C 24.2 megapixel CMOS sensor with copper wiring
  • Processes data 3.5 times faster than the X-T100
  • Camera has phase detection autofocus pixels across the sensor
  • Updated Face/Eye Detection autofocus makes it easier to use with large groups of people, also works for selfies 
  • A 3.5-inch vari-angle LCD touch-screen that rotates between -90 to +180 degrees 
  • Touch-screen can be used to adjust brightness, background blur, film simulation effects and more—making it very intuitive for folks who have only made pictures on a smartphone
  • Camera features 11 digital film simulation modes and 20 advanced filters 
  • Built-in gyro sensor makes for stabilized footage when shooting without additional accessories 
  • Videos can be edited in-camera before they are shared 
  • Body weighs 0.81 lbs 
  • Available in Silver, Dark Silver and Champagne colors at the end of February 
Fujifilm The X-T200 flip-out LCD screen
The X-T200 features a 3.5-inch vari-angle LCD touch-screen that rotates between -90 to +180 degrees. Fujifilm

The new X-T200 will be available as body only for $700, or bundled with a XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens for $800.



In addition to the X-T200 Fujifilm is also releasing a new 35mm prime lens, which would pair nicely with the new compact mirrorless camera. Here is what we know about the XC 35mm F2:

  • Nine elements form six groups, including two aspherical lenses
  • Fast and quiet autofocus thanks to an internal focusing system and a stepping motor 
  • Features 9 rounded aperture blades for pleasing bokeh 
  • Equivalent field of view to 52mm on a 35mm format 
  • Weighs 0.28 lbs and is only 1.83 inches long
  • Available end of February for $200