Affordable, Compact Power: A Review of the New Fujifilm X-T200 Camera

The Fujifilm X-T200 is the company's newest entry in its highly popular X Series line of cameras. Despite being a midrange model, the camera comes with an impressive feature set for photographers and videographers alike, all packaged at a very affordable price. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera to help you decide if it deserves a place in your bag.

Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this great video review takes a look at the new Fujifilm X-T200 camera. The X-T200 is a good potential entry point into the X Series (or a second body) that leaves quite a room for any photographer or videographer to grow. It weighs just 13 oz, making it highly portable, has a 24-megapixel sensor (a sweet spot for a lot of work), new on-sensor phase detection autofocus, and a highly improved rear LCD with full articulation. Add in 4K video at 30 fps and a respectable continuous burst rate of 8 fps, and it looks to be quite a balanced and capable camera, particularly at its price point of $699 (or $799 with a kit lens), making it a great option for a wide range of shooters. Check out the video above for the full rundown. 

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Stuart Carver's picture

As a Fuji shooter I find the price too much for their entry level camera, it’s basically the same price as the X-T30 and means they have nothing to compete directly with an entry level DSLR.

Otherwise it’s a pretty nifty camera.

Fuji really has too many cameras. How do you compare this to the X-T30? Size and weight wise they are pretty close.

Stuart Carver's picture

Well its nowhere near the build quality of the T30 id say and doesnt have an x-trans sensor, something which a lot of people probably prefer (or the moaning about x-trans is just people online who have never owned one and like to complain about things they have imagined in their head). Plus its not as easy to dial in manual settings as it is on the T30.

Plus points are the computational elements and larger touch screen, both are pretty nifty on the X-A7 but as i rarely shoot things that would require that id be getting the T30 all day long over this. If it was say £500 that decision would be much harder.