Fujifilm has officially taken the wraps off of their new X-A3 mirrorless camera in the Philippines in an event yesterday. The new camera builds on the previous X-A2 with a higher resolution APS-C sensor, which now clocks in at 24.2-megapixels; a better autofocus system as well as a screen that has the ability to flip up 180 degrees, making it perfect for selfies.
The X-A3 picks up a 77-point autofocus system (with 49 points available in “Single Point” mode) for faster, more intuitive shooting, and has many of Fujifilm’s Film Simulation modes, which include Pro Neg.Hi, Pro Neg.Std, and Classic Chrome. Selfie-shooters can trigger the camera via the vertical command dial, found directly below the index finger that also minimizes camera shake.
The X-A3 has the ability to take video up to full HD in 60FPS, and has WiFi capability for faster connectivity and sharing. the new camera will retail for Php 34,990 for the body along with a 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 OIS II kit lens.