Yesterday saw the launch of a new X-Series camera, the Fujifilm X-A1 mirrorless compact. If you have been looking for an affordable solution then this entry-level device would be it thanks to the use of some great new features.
Some of the main Fujifilm X-A1 specs include a 16-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor along with the new EXR PROCESSOR II, 3-inch Tilt LCD screen and easy one-handed use, interchangeable lenses, and the ability to transfer images wirelessly.
The X-A1 is considered the next step up from a standard compact camera system, and even though you have the option of changing lenses, the design is still small, lightweight and made of a high quality, which are three of the key factors in the entry-level market.
Going back to that easy one handed operation, you will notice in the image below all of the buttons are on the right-hand side of the LCD screen, allowing for easy use, although this could take some getting used to.
The Fujifilm X-A1 image quality is said to be of a high standard and some of this is thanks to the 58 preset scene types that helps to optimize the best settings for your scene.
Having a social camera is so important because our needs have changed over the years, and so you will need to download the FUJIFILM Camera Application to get the most from your X-A1. This will then allow you to share your images taken with the X-A1 with your smartphone up to 30 images at a time, which you can see clearly in the image above.
As for the Fujifilm X-A1 price, this will cost you $600 when it is released later this month. For more details and the full Fujifilm X-A1 mirrorless camera features list visit their official website.
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