If you were on the market for an affordable mirrorless camera, the newly announced Fujifilm X-T100 might be what you’re looking for. The X-T100 is similar to the budget X-A Line and has the 23 MP Bayer-array sensor found in X-A5.
It brings the retro, iconic look of a Fujifilm with its SLR-like form factor. It also includes an electronic viewfinder. Available starting June 18th, the X-T100 will be available body-only for $599 or as a kit that includes a Fujinon XC lens for $699.
The camera comes in three color schemes:
Other specs include:
- 24-megapixel APS-C sensor
- Autofocus system and algorithms taken from flagship X Series models
- 91 AF points
- 2,36-million-dot viewfinder with 0.62x magnification
- 3-inch, 1.04-million-dot screen with three-way tilt
- 11 film simulation modes
- Continuous rate: 6 fps (up to 26 JPEGs)
- ISO: 200-12,800 (expandable to 100-51,200)
- 4K at 15 fps video recording (Full HD at 59.94 fps)
- Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.1
- Battery life: 430 frames
- Weight: 1 lb (448 g)