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Fujifilm X-T200 review | TechRadar


Fujifilm’s higher-end X series cameras are some of the best around, so when the company decided to launch a scaled-back version of the X-T20 two years ago, we expected something special. While a very capable camera, the X-T100 didn’t quite blow us away but Fujifilm didn’t give up. Second time round and the camera maker has come close to hitting the mark with the X-T200.

The new entry-level equivalent of the X-T30 is essentially an X-A7 with a viewfinder. The X-T200 shares a lot of the latter’s features, including the same sensor, autofocus system, ISO sensitivity and 4K video prowess. And that makes the X-T200 a major improvement over its predecessor.

There’s an increase in the price tag to match the upgrades that the X-T200 boasts. At $799.95 / £749 / AU$1,379 for a kit that includes the Super EBC XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS lens, it’s more expensive than the X-T100 at launch. It’s also a tad more expensive than the X-A7 kit, but you are paying for the benefit of a viewfinder when purchasing the X-T200. But is there enough of an advantage here to make the new camera a worthwhile entry-level APS-C mirrorless camera? Let’s find out.

Fujifilm X-T200

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