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Earlier this year, Fujifilm announced the X-A3, the third thành viên of the entry-level X-A family. Its announcement was expected, as over a year & a half had elapsed since the release of the X-A2.

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What wasn’t expected was the announcement of the Fujifilm X-A10 only a few months later. Though it is also part of the X-A family, the extra zero places it a step below the other models, effectively making it Fujifilm’s most basic and affordable interchangeable lens mã sản phẩm thus far.

If you are wondering how these two entry-level models differ, look no further than this comparison preview. We’ve picked out all the main differences, both big và small, so you don’t have to!

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1. Sensor resolution

The first difference regards the sensor resolution. Although both cameras have a Bayer APS-C sensor, the X-A3’s has a resolution of 24MP while the X-A10’s is only 16MP. The difference isn’t enormous in real-world terms but the extra resolution of the X-A3 will give you more leeway if you wish lớn make large prints or crop in post-production.



2. Buffer for continuous shooting

Although the continuous shooting capabilities of the two cameras are identical, the X-A10 has a slight advantage in terms of buffer depth according lớn the official specifications.

At 6fps, the X-A3 can shoot up lớn 10 consecutive frames, while the X-A10 is capable of 20. Reduce the speed to 3fps and the X-A3 can manage up khổng lồ 50 frames, whereas the X-A10 will shoot up lớn the capacity of the memory card.

3. Autofocus system

Both cameras have a contrast detection autofocus system but there are some differences concerning the AF points & AF modes.

The X-A3 has 77 AF areas. You can use the Single Point with five different sizes, Zone AF with three optional grids (3×3 / 5×5 / 7×7) and the Wide/Tracking mode available on the 9 central points.

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The X-A10 has 49 AF points and you can only switch between Single & Multi modes.

Both cameras come with face and eye detection which is useful for selfies và group shots.

4. Number of Film Simulation Modes

Film Simulation Modes is what Fujifilm calls its series of colour & monochrome profiles. They are widely recognised as some of the most attractive camera profiles you can find on the market.

The X-A3, being the slightly more advanced model, has a total of eleven modes including Provia, Velvia, Astia, Classic Chrome, Pro Neg Hi, Pro Neg Std, Monochrome, Monochrome+Ye, Monochrome+R, Monochrome+G and Sepia.

On the X-A10, these modes are limited to lớn Provia, Velvia, Astia, Classic Chrome, Monochrome and Sepia.

Classic Chrome

5. Cảm ứng sensitive screen

Both the X-A3 & X-A10 have the same 3-inch 1049K-dot LCD screen that tilts up 180° for easy selfie-taking.

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However, only the X-A3 offers touch sensitivity, which can be handy if you want lớn take a picture, change the AF point/focus area, or digitally zoom on the fly.