Fujifilm X-A1 Digital Camera with XC 16-50mm Lens Kit – Blue (16MP, APS-C CMOS Sensor) 3.0 inch Tilting LCD

February 9, 2016 - Comment

Fujifilm X-A1 Kit with 16-50mm lens – Blue Product Features The X-A1 has the compact and lightweight feel of Fujifilm’s recently launched X-M1, but this time features an APS-C CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II offering high quality image capture. The 16M large APS-C CMOS sensor provides rich tonal expression, creates a beautiful “bokeh” effect,

Fujifilm X-A1 Kit with 16-50mm lens – Blue

Product Features

  • The X-A1 has the compact and lightweight feel of Fujifilm’s recently launched X-M1, but this time features an APS-C CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II offering high quality image capture.
  • The 16M large APS-C CMOS sensor provides rich tonal expression, creates a beautiful “bokeh” effect, and increases dynamic range and support for a maximum 25,600 ISO
  • Designed to enable one-handed operation with intuitive and quick selection of functions for casual shooting, all the operation buttons and dials are positioned on the right side of the camera’s rear panel.

Comments

Inkredible says:

Enjoying Photography Again! Excellent little camera which was bought to replace a Nikon D7000, finding that I’d take my camera rucksack on days out with the family, but it was such a hassle changing lenses, trying different settings etc when you have little ones in tow. 

Chang K. Park says:

A serious photographic tool This is probably the best value APS-C mirrorless compact around right now. The kit lens is much higher optical quality than in most low-mid range DSLRs and also goes to 24mm equivalent. The versatility of this lens should not be understated, similar range to the pro 24-70s. The plastic body is very well made although doesn’t offer much grip for big hands. Unlike most of its rivals it has 2 command dials for controls like exposure compensation and aperture. It also has a custom settings…

kaktus says:

Dig beneath the surface Toss up between this and the X-M1. Decided, after seeing and reading online debates about comparative image quality (some say X-A1 slightly better) and the fact that RAW processing would be perhaps easier with the X-A1, that I’d get this one. Initially, on unpacking, I was underwhelmed. The camera doesn’t shout quality and has a plasticky feel to it. Quite chunky. I’ve an X10 also, which has a lovely metal quality feel to it – not so the X-A1. It’s difficult not to be lastingly affected by that…

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