Fujifilm X-T100 is a pretty little alternative to a cheap dSLR
Fujifilm conveys another in vogue mirrorless camera for the telephone camera-doesn’t-cut-it-any longer set.
Only a half-advance up from its 2-year-old section level X-A5 mirrorless, Fujifilm recasts the greater part of the segments of that model into a marginally further developed bundle. Be that as it may, it’s as yet planned it for the passage level aficionado who needs something littler and more adaptable than a dSLR with no trade off on quality.
The X-T100 includes an OLED electronic viewfinder and flip-out touchscreen show (which likewise tilts), and the plan copies that of Fuji’s top of the line models, for example, the X-T2. That puts it right in rivalry with models like the Olympus OM-D E-M10 III and more costly models from Sony.
The camera is slated to dispatch in June at $600 for the body and $700 for the unit with the Fujinon XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ (control zoom) focal point. We don’t have UK or Australian evaluating or accessibility, yet those costs straightforwardly change over to about £450 and AU$800 for the body and £525 and AU$930 for the pack.
The X-T100 resembles a truly run of the mill case of the class. It doesn’t utilize Fujifilm’s X-Trans CMOS, which bodes well in a camera like this; it utilizes a conventional CMOS sensor. And keeping in mind that its battery life is as yet shorter than a practically identical dSLR, its 430-shot rating is truly useful for a mirrorless. Beside the absence of a hold – a now-standard practice to cut expenses – the main remarkable downside is its 4K recording. You’re restricted to 15 outlines for each second.