The now official Fujifilm X-A1 is a colorful and affordable version of the X-M1, according to recent leaks; it was announced along with the new 50-230 mm f4.5-6.7 zoom. It’s designed to be the simpler and most affordable camera with interchangeable lens; despite being very similar to the X-M1, this new model doesn’t feature the X-Trans sensor the latter and their bigger sisters, the X-E1 and X-Pro1, do have.
Instead, it features an APS-C 16-megapixel CMOS sensor along with an EX R II processor. It keeps a maximum sensitivity of 25.600 ISO and a burst mode of 5.6 frames per second.
In fact, except for the color (red, blue and black, although the international release of all three colors hasn’t been confirmed) and the sensor, it’s identical to the X-M1: the two of them feature Wi-Fi connectivity, 3-inch 920000-pixel resolution screen and full HD video recording.
The release price hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it will obviously be cheaper than the X-M1, which had a release price of 680 Euros -800 with the XC 16-50 mm f3.5-5.6 OIS zoom.
Fujinon 50-230 mm f4.5-6.7 XC OIS
Along with this zoom for the simpler Fujinon XC cameras, they also announced its anticipated 50-230-millimeter lens with optical stabilization and a luminosity of f4.5-6.7.
With lenses equivalent to 76-350-millimeters the new Fujinon XC features 13 elements distributed in 10 groups, including an aspheric lens and a low-dispersion ED element.
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