Fujifilm has announced the new X-series Mirrorless CSC digital camera, the X-A10. This is a small lightweight camera with clean lines and a classic retro design style. The camera has no viewfinder but does sport a 180-degree slide and tilt LCD screen that moves up when tilted to give 100% visibility for selfies.
The X-A10 combines a ‘newly developed’ 16.3 megapixel APS-C sensor with native ISO of 200-6400 extendable to 25600. ‘Astonishingly Low Noise’ is claimed with clear images and accurate colour reproduction.
The X-A10 offers six Film Simulation modes. They are true-to-life colors of PROVIA (standard), the vibrant tones and saturated colors of Velvia (vivid), theoft tones of ASTIA (soft), the documentary-style tones of CLASSIC CHROME, as well as Monochrome and Sepia.
Fujifilm announces that their much-rumored return to Medium Format with the new Fujifilm GFX 50S camera and 6 new 'G mount' lenses. In the 80's and 90's Fuji produced the GX 680 6x8cm Medium Format film cameras. The new camera will have a G Format 43.8 x 32.9mm sensor with 51.4M pixels resolution.
The sensor is likely similar to the one seen in the Pentax and Hasselblad but in any case, it will be paired with the high-performance 'X-Processor Pro' imaging processor that will give the camera its own unique characteristics.