Fujifilm has released the X-A7, the latest entry in the company’s X series of non-reflective cameras that are considered to be the smallest.
The camera is designed for beginners and features a simple layout and design, with minimal controls and more attention to the touch screen interface.
The X-A7 has a new 24.2 MP and APS-C sensor, which Fujifilm claims has 8.5 x more AF-markup than the previous X-A5. Supports eye and visual inspection.
The X-A7 also improves video quality, recording 4K 30fps of 1080p 60fps video. However, it takes 15 to 30 minutes for this, but for most casual users, this is enough.
Behind it is a new 3.5-inch LCD with a 16: 9 resolution so your videos can be output without crashes. The display has a touch screen that can also be fully illuminated and forwarded for vlogs or for photo-yourself.
For starters, Fujifilm has added a Bright Mode, which allows HDR to produce clearer images without changing the parameters. There are also other modes and displays, such as Lights of Light, that allow users to easily get the desired look without getting into a mess.
The X-A7 also has wireless connectivity in the form of Bluetooth LE to keep connected to your phone for image transfer. There is also USB-C for connection to a PC and for free.
The Fujifilm X-A7 is priced at $ 700 and comes with the FUJINON XC15-45mmF3.5-5.6 OIS PZ clutch kit. The camera is available in four colors, camera, dark, silver, mint glass and silver.