For the starters, Fujifilm has introduced it’s the entry-level X-A7 with best new features that make it a nice upgrade over earlier model the X-A5. The camera has 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor and has 8.5 times as many phase-detect pixels as its previous entry-level model.  Fujifilm says, “The X-A7’s compact, lightweight form factor, outstanding image quality, and multitude of new and enhanced features position it as an ideal and timely entry into Fujifilm’s popular family of X Series mirrorless cameras.”

It is an addition to X series mirrorless cameras family. Besides that it started with the price of $700.

Fujifilm X-A7 Camera

While, coming to technical details, at the core of the 11.3oz (320g) camera is a new 24.2-megapixel APS-C (1.5x crop factor) sensor with an ISO range of 200-12800. On the other hand, it has a continuous shooting speed of 6fps. Besides that, talking about the up-gradations, he X-A7 offers 30fps at 4K. Earlier, the X-A5 supported 4K recording, but only at a choppy 15fps frame rate, that was far less.

But at there is no details regarding recording limit on clips for fans of long-form video. Whereas, it offers a neat feature for social media influencers—the ability to record a video clip exactly 15, 30, or 60 seconds in length.

On the other hand, the camera lacks built-in viewfinder, but on the back of the camera is a 3.5-inch 2.76-million-dot viewfinder. It’s a flip-out articulating touchscreen LCD, so user can shoot from a wide range of angles and touch, tap, and swipe to adjust settings and effects. The new Fujifilm X-A7 will be available starting on October 24th with a Fujinon XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS PZ kit lens in camel, dark silver, silver, and mint green.

Other Features

while, coming to other features and specs include enhanced face-detection, enhanced autofocus, and a battery life of 440 photos per charge. Other than these, the camera has different shooting mode, Bright Mode, Light Trail mode, a pop-up flash, and Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It can capture photos in Raw or JPG format at up to 6fps, and in addition to the increased phase detection area, offers face detection. Its battery is rated for about 440 shots per charge, which should get most of us through a full day of imaging.