DSLR cameras are feature rich, and complicated at the same time. Photography geeks are okay with the complex features, but everyone doesn’t necessarily have to deal with how to close the aperture or how fast the shutter should drop. Digital compact cameras and mirror-less cameras have become very popular in the recent years which are easy to operate and cost reasonable.
The ergonomics of Fujifilm X100T portrays the 35 mm film point and shoot cameras from few decades ago, only this is a much improved piece of technology. The APS-C sensor captures photos at 16.3 megapixels. The lens is fixed at focal length 23 mm, which is 35 mm equivalent for this sensor size.
Price – Rs. 74,999.
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In basic ambient light photography, the camera shines really well. However, in low light the ISO goes as high as ISO 1600 or ISO 3200 which introduces prominent noise. This camera has 20.2 megapixel sensor, and captures photos at 24 bit color depth.
Price – Rs. 55,000.