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http://brain.sg/article/fujifilm-s-x-t200-mirrorless-camera-uses-gyros-for-ultra-stable-video-373701
Brain - Fujifilm's X-T200 mirrorless camera uses gyros for ultra-stable video
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Its just-introduced X-T200 still shoots 24.2-megapixel stills, but it now captures 4K video using a "Digital Gimbal Function" (really, gyro sensors) that promises extra-stable footage, it smoothes the video "even further" than what you'd expect from a smartphone, Fujifilm claims

Its just-introduced X-T200 still shoots 24.2-megapixel stills, but it now captures 4K video using a "Digital Gimbal Function" (really, gyro sensors) that promises extra-stable footage, it smoothes the video "even further" than what you'd expect from a smartphone, Fujifilm claims

Whether or not that's true, you can expect HDR in both video and stills to bring out more detail in high-contrast situations

You can also expect a new vari-angle 3.5-inch touchscreen display that can be opened and twisted to help frame your vlogs

You can expect improved autofocusing (including for face and eye detection) with phase detection pixels across the sensor, and it processes data 3.5 times faster than its T100 processor

While the new camera shoots full-resolution stills at a respectable 8 frames per second, 4K video is capped at 30FPS (even slow-motion 1080p is stuck at 120FPS)

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