Fujifilm Debuts X-T200 with Crop-Free 4K30 Video, Updated Flip Screen

All thanks to an all-new sensor

Fujifilm unveiled the successor to the entry-level X-T100 with the X-T200. While it is 80 grams lighter than its predecessor, the X-T200 features new hardware that includes a USB-C port, an updated fully-articulating display, and a new imaging processor that lets the X-T200 shoot 24-megapixel stills at 8FPS and record uncropped 4K video at 30FPS. The new imaging processor lets it shoot Full HD video at 120FPS and have video-centric features such as HDR video and electronic video stabilization.

The autofocus system is also updated on the X-T200 with a faster Face/Eye Detection AF and Main Subject Recognition. With the combination of both phase-detect AF and contrast-detect AF, the X-T200’s autofocus speed is faster than its predecessor.

The X-T200 is available this month at authorized Fujifilm stores for Php 45,990.

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