This week Fujifilm announced the launch of their new X-A10 compact mirrorless camera which comes with a 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor.
It also comes with a native ISO range of 200-6,400 with a 49-zone autofocus that will help you capture pictures clearer than what you would before. There’s also six film simulation modes with the ability to easily shoot selfies with a 180-degree slide and tilt screen.
With this sliding mechanism, you can move the screen out a bit further than normal, you can also rotate it by 180-degrees, after which, the camera will automatically enable its Eye Detection autofocus function.
And that’s not all, it also has a “longlife” battery with a “super intelligent flash” that can control light output depending on the shooting conditions.
It can also record in Full HD, with the ability to capture panoramas, with a time-lapse lapse shooting mode and Wi-Fi functionality for connecting the camera to the smartphone.
You can pick up Fujifilm’s X-A10 mirrorless camera today for £499.