Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions review

Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions review

Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions review

The Fujifilm X-T200 could also be a quiet bridge between the company's basic mirrorless models and its more advanced cameras. Fujifilm is perhaps well known for its classically designed X Series powerful cameras, with conventional handling and exterior exposure controls. It also produces mirrorless cameras for novice photographers within the X-A range, and it's designed for first-time people and smartphone upgrades like this. 

The X-T200 sits right within the center between these two camera ranges, with simplified controls for novices but an electronic viewfinder a bit like the more advanced models. The X-T200 follows on from the Fujifilm X-T100, with a (much) better rear screen, faster processing, proper 4K video with a ‘digital gimbal’ feature and improved autofocus. It’s mostly better than Fujifilm might want to watch out that it doesn’t start cannibalizing sales from its more upmarket cameras. 

It will make the right camera for non-professional photographers and it seems the right camera for Instagram, content or vlogs. We'll be doing a general review, but the X-T200 might be in the top list, and therefore he's the strongest candidate for cameras without mirrors par excellence, and will definitely be among the simplest Fujifilm cameras on the market immediately.

Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions review

1- Reviews and ratings of Fujifilm cameras in the market

Fujifilm has quietly led a revolution in mirrorless digital cameras in the past five years. The X-E and X-T series are excellent interchangeable lens cameras with an innovative sensor that produces higher resolution and less blurry images than similar Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras, with smaller and lighter lenses and objects.

I started digital photography in 2001 and I was 100% loyal to the Canon EF system up to 5D Mark III. Then I got a Fuji X-E2 and that was a revelation. Smaller, lighter, and great quality lenses from Fuji. What you see in an electronic camera lens is exactly what you get. The lack of an anti-alias filter does not mean a higher analysis capability, and the unreliable Bayer design means less image noise (especially color noise). The camera I picked up was everywhere.

#First: Fuji offers a fascinating set of assumptions and has implemented them almost flawlessly. Each camera is a combination of compromises, they've took a closer look at the market, and decades of making cameras, lenses and movies for the industry. They knew that what is fuji brand, it is a brand that manufactures high-quality professional products. They have designed a sensor that eliminates the need for an AA filter, thereby eliminating one problem at first.

#secondly: Fuji has avoided the status of full-frame sensors such as Canon, Sony, Nikon, and all the enormous weight associated with full-frame lenses, so they can make a smaller and lighter-weight system.

#thirdly: They decided that the Micro 4/3rds sensor was too small and that this place was filled by another high-quality company, Olympus.

So they decided to introduce an APS-sized sensor into the professional world. Canon and Sony make their APS-sized cameras accurately for amateurs. Cameras and lenses are "consumed" along the way. Nikon has done a strange marketing job in that some of their APS camera structure sets are consumers and some are professional. All their APS lenses are consumer-made, so if you want to use an APS pro camera, full-frame lenses will be attached to smaller and lighter objects. I can understand why they do this but as a retired professional, it doesn't do what I want the system to do.

What Fuji has done is make the camera body either small and truly lightweight, either fully automatic and designed for more casual or more sophisticated users like xt1, 2, or 3, whether it's small, light or a little bigger like the XH1 which is a great set.

#fourthly: They have comprehensive firmware updates that make the image quality better. One can get the Fuji system is accessible to everyone and in fact, I think it's a good deal.

2- Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions Specifications: 
  • Manufacturer Fujifilm
  • It uses a 24.2-megapixel sensor, APS-C CMOS
  • Hybrid Phase Focus / Contrast AF
  • The range of 800, ISO 200-12 expires from 100-51,200
  • When taking pictures, the size is 6000 x 4000
  • Measuring modes 256 areas, spot, multiple, medium
  • It can record video 30/25 / 24p, 4K UHD
  • It operates with a lens of OLED EVF, 2.36 million dots
  • Available on SD / SDHC / SDXC (UHS I)
  • Max burst reaches 8 frames per second
  • It has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity function
Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions review

    Fujifilm X-T200 First impressions PROS AND CONS

    1- Pros

    • Great 3.5-inch wide-angle touch screen
    • Good 4K video can be recorded
    • Attractive design, lighter than before