Fujifilm announced that it's currently developing a mirrorless camera. This new X-series camera from Fujifilm is called X-A10, and it's about to unfold in January 2017. It's an entry-level option which you can buy for just USD 499 with the standard 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. The mirrorless camera is complete with a newly developed 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, native ISO range of 200-6400 and 49-zone autofocus. What makes it exciting is that Fujifilm's luscious simulation modes like Classic Chrome and does-what-it-says-on-the-tin. It also comes with full HD video recording, Wi-Fi for smartphone-connected remote shots, image downloads, a handy shutter that allows shooting at up to 1/32,000 shutter speed and compared to the more expensive X-A2, the upcoming X-A10 has a slightly faster burst rate too.
The X-A10's design is somewhat similar to X-A3 in terms of its tilt. Both employ an 180-degree tilting LCD and self-timing features for convenience when taking selfies. With some similarities with the first products by Fujifilm, X-A10 also has its own different specs. It uses lower-resolution with its 16-megapixel sensor rather than the new breakthrough of having 24-megapixel. Being one in line with Fujifilm, it is handy and light and sports good photography.
Thanks to its decent price tag, the FUJIFILM X-A10 can be a stepping stone for aspiring photographers. It comes with all the necessary specs needed in capturing the best images, which is good for beginners.
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