The Fujifilm X-T100 Brings Flagship Autofocusing at a Budget Price

May 24, 2018

Fujifilm’s latest mirrorless camera, the X-T100, may be situated near the budget end of the company’s X series lineup, but it packs AF algorithms originally written for Fuji’s flagship models.

The X-T100 features a 24-megapixel APS-C-sized image sensor with phase detection autofocusing and a native ISO range of 200-12,800 (expandable from 100 to 51,200).

There’s a 3-inch touch display that swivels out horizontally almost 180 degrees. There are 11 film simulation modes and 17 Advanced Filters. Continuous shooting speeds top off at 6fps for up to 26 JPEG stills.

On the video side, the camera records 4K video at 15p or full HD at up to 60p. There’s a mic port, too.

Additional features include:

  • Face and eye detect AF
  • 1/4000 sec. top mechanical shutter speed
  • 1/32,000 sec. top electronic shutter speed
  • Pop-up flash
  • Focus peaking
  • USB 2.0 connectivity
  • 430 shot battery life
  • Bluetooth Low Energy for automatic image transfers to mobile devices
  • Wi-Fi

The X-T100 ships in June for $600 for the body or for $700 with the XC15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens. Both are available for pre-order now. The X-T100 will be sold in black, dark silver and gold.

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