Unlike the conventional design of the X-series, the X-T100 looks a lot like an old SLR camera, the difference is the electronic viewfinder instead of the pentaprism found on the older models. Even though the camera is designed with aluminium and plastic components, it gives out a rich elegant and retro look.
Fujifilm has unveiled the X-T100 as the newest entrant of its popular X-series mirrorless digital cameras aimed for budding photographers. Packing in a large 24.2MP APS-C size sensor, the X-T100 will be able to produce beautifully developed photographs moments through a new autofocus authority that improves the efficiency go the phase detection AF system.
Unlike the conventional design of the X-series, the X-T100 looks a lot like an old SLR camera, the difference is the electronic viewfinder instead of the pentaprism found on the older models. Even though the camera is designed with aluminium and plastic components, it gives out a rich elegant and retro look, weighing in just under 450 grams.
In addition to auto mode, Intelligent autofocus and scene recognition the Fujifilm X-T100 will be able to record videos at 4K for up to 30 minutes at any given time. Users will also be able to extract 4K resolution pictures off a video which will come in handy when you’re left with a single camera on your hand or lack of personnel.
The viewfinder on the X-T100 is a 0.39-inch 2,360K-dot OLED colour unit which can also be viewed on a 3-inch LCD touchscreen that can be tilted to be used on tight angles. The camera is enabled with WiFi and Bluetooth v5.0 LE and will thus let you transfer videos and photos to other devices wirelessly.
Other photography features include Advanced SR AUTO, Eye detection AF, Face Detection, Interval timer shooting, Electronic Level and HDR mode. The battery on the X-T100 will be able to last you up to 90 minutes of 4K video recording or an average of 430 stills depending upon how long you keep switching on the camera.
The X-T100 from Fujifilm will be available for a starting price of Rs 47,999 without any lens while the one with the XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ Kit lens with come bundled for Rs 54,999. The most expensive of the lot is the X-T100 which comes with a 15-45mm lens as well as a 50-230mm lens which will be sold for Rs 70,999. All these options will be available for purchase in three colour variants: black, dark silver and champagne gold.
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