As per the video aspect of the X-A7, users will now be able to capture 4K at 30 fps rather than being hobbled at 15fps like the last model.
Towards that direction, Fujifilm informed that the x-A7 has less rolling shutter- 1080p shooting speeds, although limited to 60 fps. The ISO range runs from 100-12,800, though it can be expanded to ISO 25,600.
Weighing just about 455 grams, with a lens included, the X-A7 will not be hard to pack around. However, in contrast to the X-A5 that had a pop-up screen for selfies, the X-A7 has a fully-articulating touch display, making more useful not just for vlogging and selfies, but other types of shooting as well.
With the new X-A7, you do get a chance to primarily adjust the camera settings on the touch display, especially with the rear of the camera lacking many physical controls. By touching, tapping or swiping, you can change screen brightness, film simulation, and other effects.
While thats not all about the latest flagship of Fujifilm, other remarkable features include Fujifilm’s “Bright Mode” scene recognition tech, which if applied combines the HDR feature and other tricks to create bright, vivid images without the need for any fiddling.
Just like the predecessor, the X-A7 also will serve a great deal of purpose for novices who might be willing to buy an entry-level camera.
The Fujifilm X-A7 will cost $700 with a Fujinon XC 15-45mm f/3.5-5.6 OIZ PZ kit lens when it arrives, starting with the US on October 24th.