FUJIFILM Introduces The X-A7

September 13, 2019

FUJIFILM has just announced the launch of the X-A7 to join its family of mirrorless digital cameras. The camera is said to come standard with a versatile kit lens, the popular XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 OIS PZ lens.

The FUJIFILM X-A7 is the successor to the FUJIFILM X-A5. The X-A7 is lightweight, weighing in at only 320 g without the kit lens. When you include the lens it weighs 455 g. With such a small body the X-A7 boasts outstanding image quality with a new 24.2MP imaging sensor, it has fast autofocus, quick face detection and incredibly its able to produce stills at 6 FPS. The X-A7 offers a 3.5 inch, 16:9 LCD flip-out screen that enables the user to capture the perfect image or video on the go.

FUJIFILM X-A7

Appealing to all skill levels the X-A7 allows the user to focus on capturing the moments while the camera does the rest. From enhanced face detection and auto focus make it easy to focus. Already this sounds like a traveler or YouTubers dream. Having one camera that’s capable of 4K 30P footage with a beautiful bokeh and capable of shooting great images using its 24.2MP imaging sensor. Seems like FUJIFILM may have a winner for content creators like myself.

Fujifilm X-A7 front

Solo travelers will enjoy this, by using the FUJIFILM Camera Remote application (which is free for smartphones and tablets), this unique feature of the X-A7 is designed to ensure dependable connectivity and stability to either capture those perfect images or even transfer that footage to share on your socials live.

The new FUJIFILM X-A7 with FUJINON XC15-45mm F3.5 – 5.6 OIS PZ lens kit will come in colours such as camel, dark silver, mint green and silver. The X-A7 kit will be available for order from FUJIFILM South Africa starting 24 October 2019 and will be retailing around R12 000.

FUJIFILM X-A7 COLOURS
FUJIFILM X-A7
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