- A vast improvement over its predecessor, the X-T200 makes for a solid entry-level interchangeable lens camera thanks to improved autofocus and its big vari-angle touchscreen.Read full verdict
- Good image quality
- Selection of XF lenses further opens the door to quality
- Improved autofocus over predecessor - includes Face/Eye detection
- Big vari-angle touchscreen
- Still some autofocus foibles
- Feels like the X-series outlier - lack of distinctive controls and X-Trans CMOS sensor
- Power-zoom included in kit lens box has aperture limitations
At the point when we evaluated the Fujifilm X-T100 in 2018 we were a piece flummoxed about how it should sit inside this very good quality camera arrangement. Two years on and its development, the X-T200, has shown up. Including a refreshed plan and new list of capabilities, would it be able to persuade us where its ancestor proved unable? We've for quite some time been devotees of Fujifilm's mirrorless cameras, in light of the fact that the X arrangement is tied in with doing things any other way. Regardless of whether that is the interesting viewfinder of the X100V, or the noteworthy sensor innovation in the X-T4. But the X-T200 doesn't use any of that, to a great extent since it doesn't utilize the X-Trans CMOS sensor plan of the remainder of the X-T mirrorless range. The Fujifilm X-T200 is hence the organization's shameless section level push in the exchangeable focal point market. The camera needs you to jettison your cell phone. However, does everything include?
- Structure and Lens Mount
- Fujifilm X mount (for XF focal points)
- Underlying electronic viewfinder (0.39in, 2,360k-spot OLED)
- Vari-point mounted screen, with contact controls (3.5in, 2,760k-spot LCD)
While numerous camera creators discharge steady updates of an arrangement, Fujifilm has reconsidered things somewhat more for the X-T200. It's upgraded, hence about 80g lighter than its antecedent (only 370g for the body), the plan being to engage the individuals who recoil from hefting a major and weighty camera around.
That is the reason it comes furnished with a withdrawing power-long range focal point, as well, instead of relying upon the pricier and further developed focal point choices in the range. These XF focal points do at present fit the camera, obviously, on the off chance that you wish to purchase any for your assortment - that is in every case part of the intrigue and purpose of a compatible camera. The retro looks are engaging, yet the X-T200 evades the mass of named dials that the more conventional models in the arrangement include. Rather there's a mode dial with manual controls, in addition to a lot of scene modes. It bodes well, in that we get it, yet it doesn't bode well, in that it seems like the anomaly in the X-T arrangement. Somewhere else the X-T200 comes completely highlighted on the screen and viewfinder front. The truth of the matter is has the last inherent will be as much an engaging component as it might be an impediment for some others; it's a decent locater, however, with adequate goal and supportive for when daylight is excessively brilliant.
The 3.5-inch back touchscreen is currently section mounted, so it can open through 180-degrees or pivoted between 90-to-180-degrees. That is valuable for overhead shooting, abdomen level work, or turning the camera among picture and scene when in such situations.
- Self-adjust with 117 selectable regions
- Face Detection and Eye Detection AF
- Customizable AF point size
- Up to 8fps burst
We should clarify the X-T100's sprinkling of dials: there's a Film Simulator aside; a mode dial, and twin top dials (this pair change their capacity relying upon chosen mode) to the opposite side. While clicking between Film types utilizing the top dial, there's a perfect impact where the camera shows you the live picture, a line drawn down the center, to analyze current determination (Provia) and whatever else you're hoping to utilize (Velvia - striking, Astia - delicate, Classic Chrome, Pro Neg - Hi/Std, Monochrome (with Yellow/Red/Green channel alternatives), and Sepia. It's a decent touch - regardless of whether the casing rate eases back fairly because of the handling inquires.
The pre-set scene modes on the principle mode dial appear to be a conservative camera include that is attempting to crawl into a more genuine camera, yet the incorporation of Night (for culmination: there's additionally Sport, Landscape, Portrait) shows the camera can push settings past their ordinary limitations, which can be truly convenient. That is something about the X-T200: the included force long range focal point has its constraints given its restricted greatest opening. As a matter of course you may discover it will mean a restricted screen speed is chosen, which may not be proper for the scene. All things considered, the optical adjustment (OIS) framework is fairly amazing: we've had the option to take shots at 1/fifteenth second absent a lot of trouble, which is something you won't pull off on your telephone. Somewhere else the X-T200 enhances the self-adjust arrangement of its antecedent. With a sum of 117 regions to choose from, incuding region size change, it's conceivable to choose one, a territory/gathering, and move the center zone around utilizing the touchscreen or back switch (a physical control that needed on its ancestor)
The self-adjust framework is capable, as it's using an enhanced sensor framework, yet a portion of the execution isn't great. For instance: when the cameras at times tosses back "AF!" in a red box when it cannot center, it isn't superseded with a half press of the screen button, as you would anticipate. Which isn't natural for a camera of this sort. Notwithstanding, the incorporation of Face/Eye identification (counting left/right eye need) is truly valuable for representations and gathering scenes. This used to be the save of better quality cameras as it were.
- 'New' 24.2 million pixel sensor, APS-C size
- Standard essential shading channel (not X-Trans CMOS)
- Video catch: 4K at 30fps, Full HD (1080p) at 60fps
The X-T200 likewise incorporates a shiny new sensor. Truly, it's a similar 24.2-megapixels of goal as the active X-T100's, however it's been designed in an unexpected way, has stage discovery self-adjust focuses on the sensor itself - thus that improved center capacity contrasted with the last model - and a processor that is three-and-a-half times speedier than its antecedent as well. That extra speed implies burst shooting to eight edges for each second (8fps) at full goal, while 4K video is likewise conceivable to 30fps. That is thumping on the entryway of significantly more costly cameras in the two offices. What you truly need to think about is the thing that the photos resemble. As the X-T200 does things any other way to its X-arrangement family - there's no X-Trans CMOS sensor, it's an 'ordinary' sensor and shading exhibit here - it's something of a takeoff in measure. However, that doesn't mean the photos are poor. In fact, it's an incredible inverse. Which is a significant motivation to consider purchasing the X-T200 in any case.
What truly stands-apart from a camera with an enormous sensor, for example, this is two overlay: one, how great picture quality can be in low-light conditions; two, how champion the obscured foundation impact is, giving substantially more favorable to looking outcomes. Regardless of the force long range focal point's restricted gap, we've been shooting inside and the camera has taken care of restricted light truly well by pushing the ISO affectability up. Indeed, even at ISO 3200 when shooting knickknacks inside the house (we're secured, OK?) the absence of picture clamor is great. At the lower end of ISO affectability the quality is significantly all the more striking. Having shot structures and blossoms, the lucidity gave by this sensor and focal point blend is incredible. Even better, Fujifilm makes far and away superior focal points that could give you yet more inventive control and noteworthy outcomes. It probably won't have the trademark X-Trans CMOS sensor close by, yet even without it the X-T200's pictures represent themselves regarding quality.
While we despite everything think the X-T200 is the anomaly in the X-arrangement - it seems like an alternate suggestion that is not 100 percent in accordance with the range - yet it's an immense improvement over its X-T100 ancestor, making for a strong section level compatible focal point camera. In case you're searching for a mirrorless camera that doesn't over-convolute, the X-T200 is a decent suggestion. Its consideration of scene modes, film modes, face/eye location, better than average self-adjust that is well past its ancestor, and extraordinary picture quality (regardless of utilizing an alternate sensor arrangement to the remainder of the X-T arrangement) all indicate a more prominent entirety.