New Retro Design
New Fujifilm X-A3 Mirrorless Digital Camera featuring a retro styling and selfie-first design, with 16-50mm Lens will be a load of fun for photographers. The X-A3 uses a newly engineered 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor that can capture sharp, detailed images at sensitivities all the way to ISO 25600 and continuous shooting speeds as fast as 6 fps. An optional electronic shutter is now available as well, allowing for up to an incredible 1/32000 second shutter speeds. Additionally the X-A3 even delivers Full HD video at up to 60 frames per second. In addtion to creating a selfie-ready tool, the X-A3 features a touchscreen LCD that can tilt all the way to 180° and uses a slide-and-tilt device to ensure 100% visibility as you shoot. The X=A3's touchscreen also furnishes added functionality with Touch Shoot, Touch AF, and other controls.
The camera features a newly redesigned body featuring an aluminum front plate, top cover, and top dials along with a faux leather grip that has an exquisite feel. In addition to this it has an array of new features to make shooting more fun, including a Buddy Timer, Self-Timer with Smile Detection, and Group Timer settings. Even an Eye Detection function is included to ensure exemplary selfies. As a way to ensure optimal performance, the X-A3 uses a 77-point contrast-detect auto focus system. Built-in Wi-Fi additionally enhances usability featuring a direct link to smartphones and instax SHARE printers. Further, it embraces Fujifilm's lengthy history with the insertion of Film Simulations and Advanced Filters.
The XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS II lens, which handles wide-angle thru portrait-length perspectives and its 24-76mm equivalent focal length range is included with the X-A3. Three aspherical elements and a single extra-low dispersion element serves to reduce aberrations and distortions all through the zoom range while an optical image stabilization system adjusts all the way to 3.5 stops of camera shake to deliver sharper, clearer images in low-light conditions.
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