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1 month ago
aldouse

Can you guys tell me what the auto-iso range is? the xt100 goes from 200-6400. going anything outside of that range requires to be manually set. whats the range in the xt200?

2 months ago
Advent1sam
2 months ago
Catpaws

I'd really like to have that deeper grip on my X-T20.

3 months ago
RStyga
RStyga

An all-black version, please!

3 months ago
Rob Dyer dsomedia

Absolutely agree. Hoping they introduce one ASAP.

I imagine they've focused on the 3 colour variations as they think most of their target audience are coming from smartphones where all black is just so not cool.

3 months ago
PeterPro1995

Is a camera for 799 dollars really a "entry level camera" ? It isn´t for my budget :D

4 months ago
AllFlawed

Well in the wacky upside down world of cameras replacing a mechanical mirror assembly and optical viewfinder with the modern electronic equivalent ramps up the price.
I suppose electronics is still a bit of an arcane mystery to these old companies. I do wonder about this sometimes with with my Canon gear in particular.

3 months ago*
Alex Py

What is the joystick for, if there is a touch screen?
Wouldn't it be better to make a ring?

4 months ago*
turvyT

Well, the joystick is a stick to give you joy. The ring, sometimes comes before the stick gives joy, sometimes afterwards. Once the ring is on its place, the joystick begins to give and get less joy. (Sorry Alex, I couldn't help it)

1 month ago
Alex Py

Thank you so much for the clarification. I realized that you like the joystick more than the ring.
The only thing I did not understand was why everyone except you needs a joystick if there is a touch screen.

1 month ago*
turvyT

To tell you the truth, I don't ike the joystick, the ring or the touch screen for that matter. I like film.

1 month ago
Alex Py

Yes, of course, the film is most convenient.
Only I can’t understand what a joystick is for, if there is a touchscreen.

1 month ago
Bittabola

X-T200 and the XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4.0 cost 1800 CAD in Canada. X-T30 kit with the same lens - $1700. How does it even make sense to buy X-T200 in this case?

4 months ago
Smallpox
Smallpox

Well yes, it's weird that "entry level" is as expensive as midrange. But the XT200 is lighter, more compact, has a great kitzoom and has better IQ due to the bayer sensor...
I much prefer the XA5...

3 months ago
YuryVilin

Well, its Canada. A lot of things just don't make sense here.

2 months ago
Rodolfo

Kit prices do complicate buying choices, and this nice X-T200 is not offered with the 18-55 lens, unlike the X-T30. If what I want is the XF 16-80mm lens, in the US, at Amazon, this so-called "entry-level" will cost me $1400 for the package today, whereas the "midrange" X-T30 package would be $1600. I'd more likely consider an X-T3 option, but that combo would be $2K, or $600 more.

1 week ago
Sailor Jo

It happens that I often take pictures in dark places where a flash would be prohibited or useless because of the circumstances. That's why I often use my cell phone which has an aperture of <2, or my Lumix FZ300 which has an aperture of 2.8 for the full zoom range. I cringe when I read of a lens that has such a poor aperture range as the standard lens. Otherwise I might consider this camera.

4 months ago
KneeConWon

You have some things to learn, Sailor Jo. Look up equivalence between different sensor sizes. f/1.8 on a smartphone sensor is equivalent to f/10.8 on a full-frame camera sensor. f/3.5 on an APS-C sensor camera (such as the Fuji X-T200) is equivalent to f/5.3 on a full-frame camera. So you're cringing at f/5.3 while using a device that's giving you f/10.8. I would recommend taking a photography class before worrying further about gear.

3 months ago
AllFlawed

@KneeConWon
When people think the focal length aperture ratio is aperture I am not sure if introducing quasi focal ratio equivalents as examples and calling it aperture as is the norm on DPR helps the understanding of what aperture actually is.

3 months ago*
KneeConWon

Greetings @AllFlawed. My comment on aperture wasn't intended to be a comprehensive course. I gave Sailor Jo a starting point by letting them know that their logic was misguided, gave them some equivalent numbers to help put it in perspective, and encouraged them to look into sensor-size equivalence and consider taking a photography class. I figured they could take it from there. Simultaneously, you could have used your comment to fill in some of the blanks for Sailor Jo, but instead you deemed it more important to criticize my intentionally helpful comment — contending that it wasn't helpful enough! Let the big picture of that percolate.

3 months ago
perry rhodan
perry rhodan

"
It happens that I often take pictures in dark places where a flash would be prohibited or useless because of the circumstances. That's why I often use my cell phone which has an aperture of <2, or my Lumix FZ300 which has an aperture of 2.8 for the full zoom range. I cringe when I read of a lens that has such a poor aperture range as the standard lens. Otherwise I might consider this camera."

Sooo, he was talking about Fnumbers related to low light. Can you explain What your post did to enlighten him?

1 month ago
mouzhik
mouzhik

"Sooo, he was talking about Fnumbers related to low light. Can you explain What your post did to enlighten him?"

Well, everything is not only about F-numbers, you know?
The light gathering capacity depends also (and very much so) on the size of the sensor.
So if someone sees his smartphone as the most suitable tool for low light photography, he might really need to improve his basics and need some classes.

1 month ago
Video-vs-photo

So because all you "equivalent guys preacher" trying to educate another person on internet and at same time you are speaking illiterate nonsense.......
So now listen and learn - sensor does not gather or do something else with THE light, but measure it or transform it to electrical current. So for the sensor to generate more current it need to receive more light!!! So sensor does not gather more light but because it is bigger it need bigger glass!!! Remember BIGGER GLASS, which will gather, focus, collect more light!!!
For the same reason if you use small sensor lens on big senor you have no advantage or more light. And if you use big sensor lens on smaller sensor with focal reducer you get advantage like on bigger sensor.
So you are correct that bigger sensor with BIGGER GLASS will collect more light. But totally failed to explain why. All this will start making sense when you start to put focal length together with "f" number.

1 month ago
Video-vs-photo

It is very simple and no other "special" theory is needed!
35mm sensor lens - 20mm lens/ f2 = 10mm aperture.
M4/3 sensor lens - 10mm lens/ f2= 5mm aperture.
So what special theory do you need to understand that 10mm hole is bigger than 5mm hole??? And this is true even without sensor at the end of the lens! Aperture seize is on the lens not on the sensor!
But for the SAME FoV bigger sensor require BIGGER GLASS.

1 month ago*
guyfawkes
guyfawkes

Sailor Jo, you'll never get your point across to KneeConWon or mouzhik who seem more interested in espousing what they know about the, to me, extremely misleading equivalency arguments.

I'm sure you don't need any photographic courses to understand that as regards IQ, the larger the sensor is, it is usually better, nor do I suspect you don't understand the physical relationship of sensor size and lens focal length, and which simply give rise to different FoV's. DoF is easily explained by optical formula and is based on just four parameters: focal length, aperture, distance focused on, and circle of confusion. Note that sensor size doesn't enter into the equation, but some equivalency proponents will argue that it does.

Carry on doing what you enjoy.

Your original post was about exposure and why you used the gear in the circumstances you highlighted. As regards exposure only, there is no equivalency argument related to format. Your argument is perfectly valid.

1 month ago*
KneeConWon

"the larger the sensor is, it is usually better"

^BINGO.

1 month ago
Max Iso
Max Iso

It's actually a very tempting offer from Fuji, the first Fuji body i'd seriously consider, not due to specs but spec vs price. This has all the major bells n whistles i'd consider must haves and at a very good price.

The only wall to break down is lenses as i already have an M50 with all the EF lenses i want and at bargain prices like my 100mm f/2 USM for $199 used. Silent mode, low rolling shutter, good AF with eye AF ect, crisp 4k, one of the best bodies on the market for $699 new.

Very impressive.

4 months ago
Rob890

camera should sell well by the looks of these comments.....

4 months ago
Mister Joseph

I want video features such as Phase AF, uncropped 4K30P, HDR, mic port, selfie facing screen. Should I wait for this XT200 or just get an a6400?

The Fuji is cheaper, but its 35/2 (and other) lens is expensive.

4 months ago*
Tomasz_Wk

Fuji's 35/2 lens is really good. Which maybe explains the price.

4 months ago
ikaika777
ikaika777

Fuji has the new XC 35 F2. It’s $200 because it’s not metal but the IQ is the same as the more expensive metal 35 F2.

3 months ago
lacikuss
lacikuss

This is an awesome little truly hybrid compact ILC. Great IQ and great video output with flip screen and headphone out wow!

Thanks Fuji!

4 months ago
TN Args
TN Args

"Improved"? My dish washing liquid is "improved".

4 months ago
Mariano Pacifico

If Fuji keep up with affordable quality cameras it will force others to drop their prices

4 months ago
Mariano Pacifico

At USD$799.99 many will regret they bought Canon G series and Sony pocketables

4 months ago
AdrianTWQ

Not really, to fight Canons' G series and Sony's RX100 series, Fuji needs some Pancakes. Maybe a few F4 Primes and a F5.6-6.7 Pancake Zoom. Either that, or make the XF10's successor a Zoom camera.

4 months ago*
nameless0ne
nameless0ne

I really like what they made here, and, probably, will buy it for myself after dust will settle down. In black friday or whatever, when they will go for 399. Maybe, it is not much differ from T100, but faster overall perfomance and AF are welcome. And this matrix is awesome!

Still, what I am not happy about is a uncomfortable viewfinder eye point. 17.5 mm is a yoke, really. I tend to be comfortable with something like 21-23 mm, which btw all Olympus cameras have. When I tried T100 in a shop I was very disappointed with cramped viewfinder view with glasses on. Sadly no improvement here.

4 months ago
DrewRick

It'll probably hit $399 on black Friday - two years from now

1 month ago
veroman

I own the same X-T100 that others own and have cited "poor auto focus," "bad video," "flimsy build," etc., etc. A few reviewers have praised the X-T100 camera, and rightfully so. I have no issues whatsoever with the X-T100 with my excellent 16-80 f/4. AF is quick and sure. The body is as solid as they come. The Bayer sensor is excellent, and in some ways I prefer its rendition over the X-Trans in my X-H1. The X-T200 gains me nothing (and I don't do video, so I don't care about any alleged improvements in the video mode). The X-T200 seems to me to be the perfect camera for X-T100 owners who suffer from G.A.S.

4 months ago
FuhTeng
FuhTeng

I'm glad you enjoy your X-T100, I thought it was miserable. AF was terrible even in AF-S, and utterly useless in AF-C. The touchscreen interface was painful and slow. The miserable vertical dial on the back that was too easy to push and force magnified view when all I wanted to do was change SS.

I enjoyed the build, the other dials, and that nice screen that turned around but happily I was able to return my X-T100 and the dreadful 15-45 powerzoom for a Canon M5 with a 15-45 for only $50 more.

4 months ago
nzswedespeed

Interesting, I'm looking to pickup a X-T200 to complement my X-H1. Overall are you happy with the X-T100's IQ?

1 month ago
horizont

X-T100 has bad AF. I have big problems focusing towards light source - nothing outrageous, just trying to shoot backlit scenes like portraits in the shadow against bright daylight or window. AF hunts and sometimes makes it impossible to take a shot (AF-S, 35 1.4 lens for example, hybrid AF point, medium sized AF point).

1 month ago
wilburr

Does this camera have a video recording time limit?

4 months ago
Richard Butler
Richard Butler

4K it limited to 15 minutes per clip, probably for temperature reasons, so you probably can't just shoot multiple 15 clips back-to-back.

4 months ago
scarlet knight
scarlet knight

I owned the X-T100, did not like it at all. Not great at focus or video, also felt flimsy. No comparison to X20 and XT2 I previously owned. Hope this update is better. Sounds like it.

4 months ago
Smallpox
Smallpox

My XT20 never managed to focus correctly.

4 months ago
telefunk
telefunk

XT100 & XA5 AF certainly nails it better than first generation Sony A6000

4 months ago
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