Fujifilm’s X-A1 camera offers beautiful design at a downmarket price

It’s been less than three months since Fujifilm introduced the X-M1, the least expensive entry into its excellent X-series of mirrorless cameras, but the company is now making an even more aggressive play for the lower end of the market. Fujifilm just announced the X-A1, an even more affordable X-series camera that includes nearly all of the features found in the X-M1. The highlight feature of the X-A1 is its price: $ 599.95 will nab you the camera body plus a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens. That’s a full $ 200 less than the X-M1, but you’re giving up a bit in the image sensor department. While the X-A1 comes with a 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, just like its more expensive counterparts, it lacks the X-Trans sensor used in other X-series models;…

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