Fujifilm has revealed its latest camera, the X-T100. The entry-level camera is notable for being mirrorless and using an electronic viewfinder — making it ideal for the fledgling photographer. Looks-wise it’s similar to the X-T20 and uses four tactile control dials, a slim compact body and a 3-way articulating screen to see yourself while taking pictures or videos of yourself.
It also has a 24.2-megapixel CMOS APS-C sensor, X-Mount Fujinon lenses, 6fps shooting and 2.36-million dot resolution OLED EVF. On the video front, there’s 1080p video at 60fps as well as a limited 4K mode, which runs at 15fps. The Fujifilm X-T100 goes on sale in the US and Europe for $600 USD or $700 with a Fujinon XC15-45 F/3.5-5.6 lens kit and it’s available at Fujifilm’s web store.
In related news, Fujifilm recently revealed the IG-ready SQ6 camera.