If you\u2019re looking for the best travel camera, one that comes with more than a shutter button and a host of options to fiddle with, we take a look at the Fujifilm X-T200 to see how it fares. Boasting 4K video recording and 24 megapixels, the X-T200 is one convincing contender.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Fujifilm X-T200 Review\r\nThe Fujifilm X-T200 is packed with enough features to keep an experienced lover of mirrorless cameras happy, without overwhelming newcomers to the craft.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nImage quality is superb, a fitting example of what Fuji cameras can do. Having 24 megapixels at your disposal is more than enough for high quality photos\u20144 more than the Olympus TG-5\u2014but color filters were especially fun to tinker with such as Velvia and Classic Chrome. The Fuji X-T200\u2019s autofocus system does a great job at picking up people, automatically, though you can manually adjust the AF system yourself. This came in handy with continuous shooting at 8 frames per second.\r\n\r\nAdditionally, video mode was equally a joy. Normally, it shoots in 4K UHD\u2014but by taking advantage of its built-in film simulations, video features such as HDR can be applied to your video recording. What resulted was a much wider dynamic range, providing impressive detail in low light settings. The Canon PowerShot ELPH 180 couldn\u2019t hold a candle to the X-T200.\r\nDesign\r\nNo, your eyes aren\u2019t deceiving you\u2014the Fujifilm X-T200 looks like it was ripped from a \u201870s camera catalog. Thankfully, it\u2019s just the camera body alone, and not the outdated performance. It\u2019s been outfitted with a few modern amenities such as an electronic viewfinder, which can be twisted in various ways, unlike the display on the Panasonic Lumix FZ80.\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re into retro-looking cameras, the bright silver looks good. For a more modern take, the dark silver looks great against the black, leather-like texture. And it can\u2019t be complete with a memory card slot.\r\nValue\r\nFujifilm opted for the Bayer APS-C CMOS sensor, rather than their X-Trans sensor found in other X-series cameras, it\u2019s still packing 24 megapixels and a sizable sensor size of 24x16mm. At the same time, it\u2019s made it slightly cheaper in price. It still leans towards the more expensive side, but it does come with an XC15-45mm kit lens.\r\n\r\nThe X-T200 Fujifilm is simply too good to pass on. This is especially true if you\u2019re an experienced photographer and prefer mirrorless cameras. We\u2019d even recommend it for fledgling photographers ready to invest in a high-performing camera, a little more than the Canon EOS Rebel SL3.\r\nFujifilm X-T200 Review Wrap Up\r\nFujifilm has always made an effort to provide high-performing cameras for an entry-level bracket, and the X-T200 doesn\u2019t disappoint; in fact, it exceeds. And boy does it look good with its retro-style design. Battery life takes some getting used to, more importantly, its pricing can be justified by the X-T200\u2019s performance and kit lens bundle.