The Fujifilm X-T200 entry-level mirrorless camera appears to have now fully leaked, with a range of images and specs posted by the Japanese site Nokishita. Here is our updated story – scroll down further for our original piece on the earlier rumors.
The Fujifilm X-T200, which will succeed the entry-level X-T100 mirrorless camera, looks to have now fully leaked, with a range of what appear to be official images and specs released by the Japanese site Nokishita.
The leaked information appears to confirm recent speculation about the X-T200’s features, which include improved autofocus performance, a new vari-angle 3.5-inch touchscreen, 8fps burst shooting (up from 6fps), and updated Face and Eye detection.
According to the leak, the X-T200 will have the same 24.2MP ASP-C CMOS sensor as the Fujifilm X-T100, but will include copper wiring to reduce noise and read information from the sensor. We saw a similar technique used on the Fujifilm X-A7, and it produced some impressive image quality results for the price there.