Fujifilm has announced that it will launch its new mirrorless camera, Fujifilm X-A3, next month. With its newly developed 24.2-MP APS-C sensor cobining with the image processing engine, the camera is said to join the X Series offering outstanding image quality with the company’s proprietary color reproduction technology.
Compact and lightwieght, this selfie-optimized digital camera features an LCD screen that tilts 180 degrees without being blocked by the camera, allowing 100% visibility; rotating the LCD upward by 180 degrees activates the Eye Detection AF to automativcally adjust the focus on the subject’s eyes. The LCD uses a touchscreen enabling Touch AF, Touch Shoot and Touch Zoom.
Fitted with supplied XC16-50mmF3.5-5.6 OIS II lens, the camera can focus on a subject at a distance of approximately 7 cm from the front edge of the lens for macro shooting need. X-A3 is also equipped with such other features as 11 Film Simulation modes including newly-added “PRO Neg.Hi” and “PRO Neg.Std;” normal ISO range 200-6400 which can be extended to 12800 and 25600; 10 Advanced Filters including the new Fisheye and Cross Screen; full-HD video recording (1080/60p, 50p, 24p); and wireless functionality to enable remote shooting from smartphone and tablet.
In Indonesia, X-A3 will be available around the end of October 2016, and “the estimated price will be IDR 8.5-9.5 millions,” said Wawan Setiawan, Sales Manager for Electronic Imaging, Fujifilm Indonesia.