Fujifilm X-T100 has announced, the company's superb but growing great X-Series mirrorless camera is the first model of a new line. It is a relatively low-cost camera that combines Fujifilm's aesthetic with the more common, mainstream designs.
Form factor is usually like SLR, and Rear controls are almost identical to X-T20, often considered to be the best X series entry points. Although most of the knot, the electronic viewfinder "dome" returns to release a pop-up flash, and has a horizontally scratched touchscreen. X-T100 also eschews Fujifilm's dedicated shutter speed and exposure compensation dials for traditional PASM control, like the entry-level X-A5; There are two void dials at the top of the camera, but it is not clear what actually does.
Oh, and it comes in gold
The X-T100 share with X-A5 is another 24-megapixel APS-C sensor that does not use Fizifilm's own X-Trans color array, instead used for other banner layers, the creator's opinion on the planet is usually X-Trans Benefits are divided; Others swear their effect on color and noise performance, others influence RAW processing karma.
X-T100, then a pretty unremarkable camera. So who's it for? Well, it would probably be a fantastic great camera for the price, and that new users do not need to adapt to some of Fujifilm's quirks.
The type of X series is confusing, so here's how I will be (very briefly) the current line up features, ascending order of value:
X-A5: An entry-level model without a viewfinder, can be used like a point-to-to-spee, works well for flip-up screen sewing
X-T100: The entry-level model with viewfinder, can be used like any other camera
X-T20: Entry-level model for "Fuji Path" - Compact SLR-Style Design, X-Trans Sensor, Film-Style Control, Touchscreen
X-E3: Originally similar to the X-T20 but with the rangefinder-style design
X2: Pro-level SLR-style model
X-Pro 2: Pro-level rangefinder-style model, optical viewfinder
X-H1: High-end SLR-style model, in-body image stabilization, best for video
All these cameras, of course, share interesting retro design and compatibility with class range APS-C lenses in the best of Fujifilm. X-T100, then, if your Fujifilm camera refers to your main reasons, and you know you want an electronic viewfinder, it's basically a cheap X-T20 that can work like Canon or Sony.
The Fujifilm X-T100 will start selling on June 18 in the US. It's worth $ 599.95 - $ 100 more than X5, $ 300 less than X-T20 or $ 669.95 in a bundle with a new 15-45mm f / 3.5-5.6 power zoom lens.@ausharya