Cameras with flip up screens are nothing new to the market. It’s something that camera manufacturers have been doing to be able to draw in people who happen to take a lot of photos of themselves who don’t want to have to figure out their framing through trial and error, which is also an invaluable thing to people who document their days via video. Fujifilm has been gaining ground with their selfie-centric X-series of mirrorless cameras with interchangeable lenses, particularly the X-A2 that was released last year and its follow up the X-A3 that was announced this year. It seems they want to keep the momentum going by announcing a cheaper option in their entry level segment — the Fujifilm X-A10.
Sporting a 16.3-megapixel image sensor, the X-A10 image quality will be comparable to that of the X-A2; a step down from the 24-megapixels of the X-A3. It has a normal ISO range of 200-6400 that can be extended even further and will feature several Film Simulation modes (aka Filters) for you to get creative with your shots. It will, of course, have a 180-degree tilting LCD screen and is capable of shooting 410 frames per charge.
Check out some of the image samples taken with the Fujifilm X-A10.
The Fujifilm X-A10 will be priced at $499.95 or roughly Php 24,805. It will ship with a 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens and should be available by January 2017.