Fujifilm X-A2: Affordable yet impressive
The Fujifilm X-A2 is the successor to one of the brand's most sought-after cameras, the X-A1. Much like its predecessor, the X-A2 delivers impressive image quality despite its affordable price point. Here is a rundown of its specs and features.
The Fujifilm X-A2 is an incredibly stylish and compact digital camera. It comes in three different colors: elegant white, black, and brown. All three variants come with a very stylish silver trim that enhances their design. It is also a very compact camera and will take up very little space in your bag. However, the type of lens attached to the camera may be larger or smaller, depending on the users uses and preferences.
The Fujifilm X-A2 is not just compact and stylish to look at. It is a powerful camera that can capture photographs with impressive quality; thanks to its 16-MP sensor. The X-A2 also comes with a bevvy of creative settings that you can customize, so you can enhance your images.
In an age when self-portrait photography is a popular thing, it would be a mistake for most camera manufacturers out there to not include such a useful feature. The Fujifilm X-A2 comes with a 175-degree tilting screen that flips toward the front of the camera, making it easier for the user to compose their self-portrait photography. The wide-angle lens of the camera makes it easier to capture your surroundings as well as other people in your selfies as well.
To snap selfies much easier, the X-A2 camera comes with an Eye Detection Auto-Focus function that is automatically activated when the LCD display is tilted towards the user. It will help the camera's sensor to specifically focus on the users' eyes and face. There is also a Portrait Enhancer mode that makes the skin look smoother and brighter, ensuring beautiful skin complexion.
The Fujifilm X-A2 supports Wi-Fi to make it easier to share photographs captured by the camera to tablets and smartphones. The images and videos are easily transferred to other devices wirelessly. With that, say goodbye to the hassles of removing and replacing memory cards and cables. When it comes to sharing and transferring photos to yourself or friends wirelessly, you can do it through the use of two mobile applications: The Fujifilm Camera application and the Fujifilm Photo Receiver. The first application allows camera owners to transfer their photos from the camera, while the second app lets the owner share photos with their friends.