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NEW: Fujifilm X-T200 Review.
In stark contrast to the magnificent Canon 90D I reviewed on Tuesday, the X-T200 is the worst camera I’ve reviewed since the original Nikon D3000 of 2009. The X-T200 is easy to hate because it has Fuji’s atrocious menu system, not simplified for the basic user for whom this camera is intended, and to make things worse, it’s loaded with unmarked mystery dials and buttons sure to flummox anyone who doesn’t shoot it every day. If you only shoot once a week, forget figuring out this camera. Also like
original D3000, it lacks the processing power to handle quickly; always taking a bit longer than it should to respond to inputs.
Get the Sony A6100 for the same price (get it as a kit with the 16-50mm PZ) or pay a little more for the superior Fuji X-T30 or Nikon Z50. If you want a fantastic camera at an even lower price, get a superb DSLR like the Nikon D3500 which is a way better camera for most people than the X-T200.
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NEW: Canon 90D Full Review.