The Fujifilm X-A10 is the newest member of Fujifilm’s range of compact mirrorless cameras. It is a model with an APS-C sensor like those found in many entry level SLR cameras, 16-megapixel resolution and WiFi connectivity.
It is capable of taking pictures with a shutter time of 1/32,000 and it offers an ISO sensitivity ranging from 200 points to 6,400 (25,600 in forced mode). It has automatic and manual modes that are controlled with a two-wheel system located at the top right, in the same place as the shutter button.
Unlike other models, the X-A10 has no electronic viewfinder, and the only way to see what we are going to capture is through its folding screen located at the back that can be rotated to take selfies while looking what we are focusing on. The most "powerful" video recording mode achieves 1920 x 1080 resolution at a rate of 30 frames per second. In this model there is no 4K option or other resolutions higher than Full HD.
Its price is 499 dollars, an amount that includes the XC 16-50 mm lens with f/2.5 to 5.6 and second generation optical stabilization.