Fujifilm Corporation recently announced the launch of its fourth interchangeable lens camera, the Fujifilm X-A1. This latest addition to the Fujifilm X will broaden the appeal of the range to a wider audience; it is positioned as a step-up compact system camera and is aimed at users looking to buy into their first interchangeable lens system camera.
Some of the main highlights in the X-A1 includes:
- 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 for rich tonal expression, created a beautiful “bokeh” effect, increased dynamic range and support for a maximum 25600 ISO.
- It is in line with Fujifilm’s strong X design and for the first time, Fujifilm has introduced a more varied range of colors to the mix. And it is 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 in pursuit. And, the movie button enables you to instant switch to movie recording even while shooting still images.
- With a tiltable high-definition LCD monitor, built-in flash and Wi-Fi®* link to transfer photos to smartphones, the FUJIFILM X-A1 has all the features consumers will be looking for when venturing into compact system cameras for the first time.
Get creative with your photography by employing popular special effects that are made available in the X-A1:
- With eight Advanced Filters, users can add special effects pre-image capture: namely Toy Camera, Miniature, Pop Color, High Key, Low Key, Dynamic Tone, Soft Focus and Partial Color (Red/Orange/Yellow/Greem/Blue/Purple). The camera also offers a Multiple Exposure mode which allows you to superimpose a second exposure onto the first exposure for a truly creative touch.
- Additionally, Film Simulation modes feature five different effects that emulate the looks that used to be captured by different photographic films: i.e. PROVIA (standard) for natural color reproduction, Velvia (vivid) for saturated tones, ASTIA (soft) for soft graduation, Monochrome and Sepia.
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