Fujifilm’s New X-T100 Mirrorless Aims to be the Companion for Beginners

May 29, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fuji’s X series of mirrorless digital cameras is having a new addition, and it’s completely designed to help the beginners in the segment. Called the X-T100, the new entry-level mirrorless camera comes with almost all the required features packed along with simple settings and a reasonable price.

The X-T100, which is bracketed under the entry-level segment, aims to cater to amateur and inexperienced photographers and help them learn the craft without draining their cash reserves. The camera sports a 24.2 megapixel APS-C sensor, which can deliver even better quality images courtesy of the proprietary color reproduction technology of Fujifilm. The setup also features a phase detection auto-focus system.

The camera features all the basic functions and features which an entry-level photographer would desire for. There’s also a new SR+ Auto mode that is capable of better recognising the scene and the subject. It also has an ISO range of 100-512000.

With all the multiple automatic shooting functions, users can snap up to 430 images on a single charge. Additionally, the camera also supports 4K video recording at 60fps, Bluetooth Low Energy, SD card.

The X-T100 also represents some charm in terms of its retro design that is simple, yet sturdy. Weighing at around 1lbs, the camera offers handy feel to the users with its lightweight feature.  The rear LCD comes with the ability to get tilted courtesy of the hinges.

The camera will be available from next month in three color variants: Champagne Gold, Dark Silver, and Black. You can get the body-only bundle from June 18 for a cost of $599, while the one with the FUjinon XC15-45 F/3.5-5.6 kit lens will be available at $699.

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