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    Fujifilm X-A5 Announcement

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    Fujifilm has presented a successor of the X-A3 model from 2016. The new model is called X-A5 and it's supposed to be a more effective and improved version of A3.

    The camera is equipped with the CMOS APS-C sensor with the resolution of 24Mp. The sensor is  supported by a processor (1.5x more effective than in the previous model) thanks to which we will be able to take photographs within the ISO range of 200-12800, with a possibility of expanding to 100-51200. The maximum speed of photographing is 6f/s. 

     

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    1). Fujifilm X-A5

     

    The new X-A5 is equipped with the phase-detection autofocus thanks to which focusing is supposed to be faster and make tracking of objects moving through the frame more effective.  

    Huge novelties are the possibilities of recording films in 4K (the maximum length - 5 minutes) and in 4x slow-motion in HD, with the use of High-Speed HD Video.

     

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    2). Fujifilm X-A5

     

    When it comes to ergonomy, the camera is almost identical to its predecessor. The body is in the retro style with a slightly accentuated grip. The 3'' touchscreen is folding and its resolution is 1 040 000 points. We can fold it in such a way that during a full folding it is not blocked by the body. With the use of a new battery, we will be able to take 450  photographs. 

     

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    3). Fujifilm X-A5

     

    Fujifilm X-A5 will be available in three color versions: black, brown and pink. The camera with  the XC 15-45 mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS lens will cost $599.


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