Fujifilm has launched its Fujifilm X-T100, the entry-level addition to the company’s X Series range of mirrorless digital cameras.

Sporting a retro and stylish design, Fujifilm X-T100 features include a tilting rear LCD touchscreen, built-in wireless and Bluetooth technology, and an extended battery life of 430 frames.

The camera also includes a high magnification electronic viewfinder that allows photographers to see exactly what they are capturing.

The three-way tilting 3-inch TFT LCD monitor (1,040K-dot) on the X-T100 can extend all the way outwards, helping to easily compose self-portraits. The screen is also touch-capable so users could select the focus-point on screen or to zoom in and out of images using their fingers.

New to Fujifilm’s entry-level range is a high magnification (0.62x) OLED viewfinder (2,360K-dot), while the camera includes both Eye and Face detection technology.

Light and easy to manage, the X-T100 weighs just 448g, with an anodised coating aluminium top cover.

The camera boasts a powerful 24,2-megapixel APS-C size sensor with primary colour filter, equipped with a phase detection autofocus system, while the newly developed autofocus algorithm offering faster and precise focusing.

To help deal with low light situations, the X-T100 offers ISO from 200 up to 12500, with an extended output of 51200. It can also capture six images a second for action-filled sequences and includes a powerful battery capable of shooting 430 frames per charge. Setting can be adjusted quickly and easily with one-step operation via the function dial, exposure compensation dial, or touch-and-flick function on rear LCD monitor.

The Fujifilm X-T100 will be available in dark silver, black and champagne gold.