The Fujifilm X-A2 compact system camera is an ultra-light, selfie-ready camera that gives users quick access to a 175° tilting LCD with face and eye detection. Fujifilm says it’s an affordable entry point into the X-Series line of digital cameras and delivers outstanding image quality using its large 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, easy operation and wireless image transfer for quick photo sharing.
The camera ships with the new Fujinon XC16-50 mm II (24-76 mm equivalent) f/3.5-5.6 OIS zoom lens and optical image stabilization of approximately 3.5 stops.
The X-A2 uses a newly-developed Eye auto focus (AF), Auto Macro AF and Multi-Target AF to achieve easy and accurate auto focus performance.
The new lens consists of 12 all glass elements in 10 groups including 3 aspherical elements and 1 ED element.
Other features: EXR Processor II; 3-inch high resolution LCD screen that can be tilted to 175°; ISO range of 100 – 25600; wireless image transfer; Q Menu shortcut button; in-camera RAW processing; Super i-Flash accurately controls light output according to individual scenes; ‘Classic Chrome’ and other film simulation modes; multiple exposure mode; Full HD movie 1080P\30fps; Wi-Fi enabled.
Also new to pair with the X-A2 is the improved Fujinon XC50-230 mm II (76-350 mm equivalent) f/4.5-6.7 OIS lens which uses optical image stabilization. It offers 13 all glass elements in 10 groups including 1 aspherical lens and 1 ED element.
The Fujifilm X-A2 standard kit (including XC16-50 mm II) will be available in silver, white and brown in February for $599.95.