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Fujifilm X-A10 is a mirrorless camera that gives a nod to the retro style lovers, addressed to those seeking good performance typical of the segment of digital interchangeable lens to united the convenience of a camera body with compact dimensions. It is the new entry in the series X given by the catalog of the Japanese group, designed for people who want to get close to this product category.

Fujifilm X-A10: Technical specifications

From the point of view of the technical specifications, the camera offers a from 16.3 megapixel sensor in APS-C format. On the back is a place LCD able to rotate to a maximum angle of 180 degrees, thanks to the system called slide-and-tilt, so they can be viewed in its entirety also aiming for the goal toward you. A feature expressly designed for lovers of selfies who are not content of the self-portraits made with smartphones. In addition, using the device in this mode, you can shoot using the vertical drive nut positioned under the index finger, so as to minimize the vibrations. Still, rotating the screen activates the Eye Detection AF function that automatically adjusts the focus on the eyes. Added to this is the technology Portrait Enhancer for naturally reproducing skin tones.

The ISO sensitivity ranges from 200 to 6,400, while in full mode you get to 12,800 or even to 25,600, allowing you to take pictures even in less favorable lighting conditions, but in these cases it is good to do attention to the noise that inevitably will be generated in the compromising pictures the final yield. The fastest shutter speed is up to 1 / 32,000 of a second, allowing you to capture objects and subjects, even when there is plenty of light without the use of ND filters.

Regarding the construction quality, the handle is shaped so as to favor the ergonomics, even while you realize the selfie. The pop-up flash embedded supports the Super Intelligent Flash system to independently adjust the lighting according to ambient conditions. The battery has a capacity to allow you to make up to 410 shots on a single charge (performed even via USB cable), thanks to the optimized design for energy saving. It is noted that the minimum focusing distance is 7 cm from the front edge of the lens (with optical XC16-50 F3.5-5.6 OIS II), to allow the filming macro . Complete the data sheet, the WiFi module which, together with the application Fujifilm Camera Remote for smartphones and tablets (Android and iOS), allows you to quickly share content wirelessly, as well as get the geolocation information using the GPS system of the mobile device.

Screenshot for the Fujifilm Camera Remote app on Android smartphones

creative functions

There are also six Film Simulation mode: PROVIA, Velvia, ASTIA, Classic Chrome, black white and sepia, as well as the Advanced Filters to produce creative effects such as Fisheye, Cross Screen, Toy Camera, Miniature, Dynamic Tone, Pop Color, Soft Focus, High Key, Low Key and Partial Color. Added to this is the Full HD video recording with a frame rate of 30 fps, activated by a dedicated button, with the Film Simulation function that applies to creative effects clip as a bokeh blur. Lastly, during the shoot, kick off the stabilizer in five axes (both optical and electronic) to reduce movements and vibrations even freehand.

 The mirrorless camera Fujifilm X-A10, with a 16.3 megapixel sensor in APS-C format

The mirrorless camera Fujifilm X-A10, with a 16.3 megapixel sensor in APS-C format

Price and availability

Upon presentation it was not announced the exact date of marketing of the new Fujifilm X-A10, nor his price launch. The manufacturer has confirmed however that the market debut of the mirrorless will be sold in a kit with the aim XC16-50 F3.5-5.6 OIS II .

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