Fujifilm announces X-T200
Fujifilm has announced the X-T200, the successor to the 24MP X-T100.
Although the new camera shares the same 24MP Bayer sensor as on the T100, Fujifilm says it will be faster and will offer an improvement to high ISO performance.
The autofocus should get a boost too, with more phase-detect pixels across the whole sensor (compared to 25% on its predeccesor), more selectable AF points and enhanced face/eye detection AF. The camera's drive speed also gets a bump from 6fps to 8.
Physically, the X-T200 is lighter than the X-T100, and gains a more substantial grip and marginally larger rear-LCD.
Finally video features also get a boost, with un-cropped 4K at 29.97 and 24p, and 1080/120p.
The Fujifilm X-T200 ships in a kit with a XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens for $1,379, and is available now. You can find out more at Fujifilm.