|Fuji unveiled the Fujifilm X-A1($599+) , a brand-new entry-level mirrorless camera that uses a 16MP APS-C sensor. It powered by an EXR Processor II, which supports a sensitivity range of ISO 200 through 6400, with extended settings as high as 25600 available, and Fuji promises that the camera will shoot at burst speeds of up to 5.6 frames per second. It's a little bit slimmer than the X-M1 at 1.3 inches in depth, but the 11.6-ounce weight is identical. Like other X cameras, the image sensor is an APS-C design. The 18 by 24mm sensor is a bit smaller than a full-frame 35mm image sensor. The rear LCD is 3 inches in size and features a 920k-dot resolution.
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