Fujifilm’s X-A2 Digital camera Provides ‘Selfie-Prepared’ LCD, New Lens
Anybody trying to spend money on Fujifilm’s new however rising X system of cameras and lenses has a barely cheaper and barely higher beginning choice at present than they did yesterday. The X-A2 brings some minor however welcome updates to 2013’s X-A1, Fuji’s least expensive interchangeable-lens digital camera. It has comparable retro styling to its fashionable (and costly) elder X-collection brethren, and whereas it will not be as compact because the fastened-lens X100T and has no cool viewfinder just like the X-T1, it could be a great way to check out the controls and lens household earlier than investing hundreds.
The X-A2’s primary enchancment is an LCD that tilts each down and all the best way up — for selfies, in fact. Autofocus has additionally been improved, and there are a number of new shade-tweaking choices. It should include a model new lens to Fuji’s lineup, a sixteen-50mm F/three.5-5.6 zoom with optical stabilization — a pleasant all-function lens for newcomers. The X-A2 will value $550 with the lens when it ships in February.
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