Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T100, a stylish new addition to the X-Series mirrorless camera family. Spec-wise, this entry-level camera is similar to the X-A5, yet flaunts the X-T20’s classic good looks, available in dark silver, black and an ultra luxurious champagne gold.
It boasts a 24.2-megapixel CMOS APS-C (not X-Trans) sensor for high-resolution stills, and a 91-area hybrid contrast/phase detection for fast and precise AF. It works well with Fujifilm’s X-mount interchangeable lenses. At up to 6fps, its continuous shooting is at double the capacity of the X-A5, and even includes a three-way tilting LCD touchscreen and an electronic viewfinder with built-in eye sensor, great for serious photographers on a budget.
Even though the 4K is limited at 15fps, you can still shoot full 1080p HD video at 60fps. For stills, you can shoot at 6fps, or 4K Burst Shooting of 8MP at 15fps. It records at a variety of lighting conditions with a native sensitivity range of ISO 200-12800 that can extend to ISO100-51200 for shooting in ultra bright of dark scenarios. For greater artistic expression, the retro-cool X-T100 includes 11 film simulation modes and 17 filters.
The X-T100 is truly compact weighing just 448g, including the battery and memory card, and measures 121 x 83 x 47.4mm. The interchangeable lithium-ion battery offers up to 430 shots per charge, and thanks to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, you can wirelessly share images from the camera to your phone. It also includes microphone, micro HDMI and USB 2.0 ports.