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Fujifilm X-A10 Is Designed For Interchangeable Lens Camera Newbies Who Take Selfies

Fujifilm has introduced a new mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that's compact and designed for first-time interchangeable lens camera users who are also selfie fans.

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X A10 16 50mm Front
 

Fujifilm has expanded its mirrorless camera line-up with an interchangeable lens camera that will be a huge hit with selfie fans and those who are looking for an interchangeable lens camera that's easy to use and stylish. 

The Fujifilm X-A10 features a 16.3Mp APS-C sensor and the selfie screen features a slide-and-title mechanism so when flipped by 180-degress, the camera doesn't block the screen. The grip is designed with both normal and self-portrait shooting in mind and when taking a self-portrait, you can focus and release the shutter by pressing the vertical command dial found directly below your index finger to minimise camera shake. Rotating the tilting LCD upward by 180-degrees activates the Eye Detection AF to automatically adjust the focus on the subject’s eyes and the X-A10 also features a Portrait Enhancer mode. 

On top of the camera are two Command Dials so settings such as aperture, shutter speed and exposure can be quickly adjusted and frequently used functions such as white balance, continuous shooting and the self-timer can be assigned to standalone function buttons, eliminating the need to go through the Menu screens to change settings.

 

X A10 16 50mm Backleft Tilt45

 

The X-A10 is capable of shooting approx. 410 frames on a single battery charge and has a minimum focus distance of approx. 7cm. There are six Film Simulation modes, as well as several Advanced Filters, and the normal ISO range goes from ISO200 to ISO6400. Extended ISO settings are available which can reach ISO25600. Plus, after requests from users, the X-A10 now features Panorama and Time Lapse functions. Other new functions include the interlocking of Metering and AF areas, support for the Adobe RGB colour space, and choice of different colours in Focus Peaking for assisting MF.

The built-in pop-up flash supports the Super Intelligent Flash system that accurately controls light output according to individual scenes and videos can be captured in full HD with or without Film Simulations applied. Electronic stabilisation can also be used when capturing video. The X-A10 can also be paired with the free Fujifilm Camera Remote app so images and videos can be transferred to smart devices. You can also adjust the exposure and other settings, focus and take photos via the app on your smart device. Images can also be sent directly from the camera to the Instax SHARE smartphone printer for instant printing.

The Fujifilm X-A10 with XC 16-50mm f/3.5- 5.6 OIS II lens will be available from January 2017 for £499.00.
 

Fujifilm X-A10 Photos of Equipment

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1 Dec 2016 4:13PM
Strange camera really, fuji already have the new x-a3 out, and the x-a10 is a less featured camera by all accounts, still the traditional 16mp sensor, but the x-a series do well in Asian countries, and for those stepping up from their phones or compact camera's this isn't a bad introduction to fuji ILC's, i guess it will sell well!

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