On December 1st Fujifilm announced that it will launch the mirrorless digital camera X-A10, a new addition to the X Series. Despite its compact and lightweight body, the X-A10 incorporates the 16.3 megapixel sensor.
Fujifilm announced that “the X-A10 combines a 16.3 megapixel APS-C sensor with the image processing engine that achieves Fujifilm’s excellent photo quality. Combined with the Fujinon lenses that boast ultimate image resolution, and the proprietary color-reproduction technology, refined over more than 80 years, the X-A10 allows users to capture premium quality images in any shooting conditions. Fujifilm’s technology is particularly renowned for accurately reproducing skin tones, and the X-A10 is built with this advanced skin tone reproduction capability, allowing you to produce high-quality portraiture.”
X-A10 will have a 180-degree slide-and-tilt LCD with 100% visibility for facilitating “self portraits” and it will inherit many popular performance features of the X-A2. Fujifilm says that it will be able to shoot approximately 410 frames on a single battery charge.
To find out more about the new X-A10 camera, follow this link to visit Fujifilm’s official press release page.