Today Fujifilm renovated the low-end spectrum of it’s X systems with the arrival of the X-A3, aimed at young people using reasonings like image filters and taking selfies.
For the latter task, the successor of the X-A2 features a 3-inch 180-degree tiltable LCD monitor, plus a handle optimized for grasping and shooting while taking a selfie. Fujifilm has also equipped its new mirrorless camera with Self Timer technology, that is, while taking Selfies it automatically shoots when subjects smile or two people come close together.
Beyond the Selfies, the X-A3 incorporates a CMOS 24 megapixels sensor that doesn’t use the X-Trans technology and has a focusing mechanism with up to 49 points lacking phase detection technology. The range of sensitivities available goes from 200 up to 6400 ISO, with extended uncalibrated values of 100 and 25600 ISO.
Wi-Fi connection and Full HD 1920 x 1080 60p video capture are other benefits offered by the new Fujifilm X-A3, which may be acquired from early October for 599 dollars together with a XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS II zoom lense.