Fujifilm X

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Fujifilm X-A2
16.30 Megapixels
APS-C(23.6mm x 15.6mm)
3.13x zoom16-50mm(24-76mm eq.)
No / LCD
200 - 6400
100 - 25,600
1/4000 - 30 sec
3.5 (kit lens)
4.6 x 2.6 x 1.6 in.(117 x 67 x 40 mm)
19.9 oz(564 g)includes batteries, kit lens
02/2015
Fujifilm
Fujifilm X-A2 specifications

Kit with 16-50mm Lens (Brown)Kit with 16-50mm Lens (Brown)Kit with 16-50mm Lens (Silver)Kit with 16-50mm Lens (White)
16.30MegapixelsFujifilm XAPS-Csize sensor
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X-A2 Summary

The Fuji X-A2 feels designed for both new, step-up photographers as well as more experienced ones who expect additional physical controls. & though it lacks the fancy X-Trans sensor of higher-end Fuji cameras, the image quality is rather impressive at both low and higher ISOs. All in all, despite some notable drawbacks and performance issues, the Fujifilm X-A2 balances very good still image unique and decent performance with a great price point, và when all is said and done, makes it a great entry into the Fuji X-system & their excellent family of lenses.

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Pros

Very good image quality; Great high ISO performance for its class; Very good optical performance from the kit lens; Decent battery life; Very good value for the money.

Cons

No built-in EVF; Slower than average full autofocus shutter lag in testing; Sluggish continuous AF for stills và video; Mediocre burst speeds; Limited dynamic range with JPEGs; No remote control with Wi-Fi.

Price và availability

List pricing for the Fuji X-A2 with Fujinon XC16-50mm II lens is phối at US$550 in the US market, some $50 (8%) below list pricing of the prior model. The Fuji X-A2 began shipping in February 2015, và the toàn thân is available in two-tone back và silver, white & silver or brown và silver.

Imaging Resource rating

4.0out of 5.0


Fuji X-A2 Review


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Back in late 2013, Fujifilm introduced the X-A1, a new entry-level point for its X-series mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera line. At the start of 2015, it followed up with the updated Fuji X-A2, a closely-related camera that sports some very worthwhile upgrades.


Key among the changes is a new LCD articulation mechanism on the rear of the camera. It adds just a fraction to lớn the overall thickness & weight, but for that subtle difference, you get a more selfie-capable camera. (And at the entry-level, even on an interchangeable-lens camera, selfie capture is a pretty common use case.)

The screen tilts upwards close to 180 degrees, allowing shooting at a variety of angles such as from-the-hip. It still tilts downwards as well, and although we don"t have an official spec for the tilt range in that direction, it"s at least 45 degrees. At its full upmost tilt extent, it can also be extended upwards from the articulation mechanism a short distance, better allowing it to lớn be seen from in front of the camera.

This extension mechanism also serves lớn put the camera in selfie mode, where a new Eye tự động hóa Focus mode comes into play, ensuring focus sits in the right place. (It"s one of a number of new autofocus modes on the updated camera.)

And as in recent Fuji models, the X-A2 now sports the company"s Classic Chrome film simulation. There"s also a brand-new kit lens, an updated version of the previous 16-50mm optic with improved image stabilization capability. Battery life, too, looks to lớn be improved and is now rated at some 410 frames on a charge.

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One final change of chú ý is that the Fuji X-A2 kit -- despite its updated lens and new features -- is actually more affordable than ever before. Các mục pricing for the Fuji X-A2 with Fujinon XC16-50mm II lens is phối at US$550 in the US market, some $50 (8%) below list pricing of the prior model. The Fuji X-A2 began shipping in February 2015, & the body is available in two-tone back và silver, white và silver or brown & silver.


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Entry-level or enthusiast?With a design that"s more oriented towards the advanced photographer than most entry-level interchangeable-lens cameras, the Fujifilm X-A2 intrigued me. Could the X-A2 give me a satisfying enthusiast shooting experience for a relatively modest price? Let"s find out.

Size, Design và Handling.Unpacking the Fujifilm X-A2, I discovered a reasonably compact & lightweight camera, but it"s certainly not the smallest of the mirrorless models, especially considering the likes of the Panasonic GM5 or Sony A5100. That"s especially true when it"s paired with the XC 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OIS II kit lens, which is bulkier than many competing mirrorless kit lenses. For me personally, that"s a bit of a drawback since a big part of why I"m attracted lớn mirrorless models, compared lớn my old DSLRs, is the desire to lớn lighten my load.

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Read our Fuji X-A2 Field test Part I

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While the Fujifilm X-A2 has a bit more advanced control cài đặt than most entry-level cameras, the same can"t really be said for its performance, which is about par for this màn chơi of camera. On my first day fiddling & shooting with the Fujifilm X-A2, I found the control response -- how fast settings change and operations happen when you push buttons or turn dials -- to lớn be perfectly adequate but not exceptional.

For reviews, I often shoot with 3-shot auto-exposure bracketing enabled, which brings me lớn an odd thing I noticed on my first walk with the camera. With the reasonably fast UHS-I class SD card I was using, the X-A2 needs lớn pause for about 8 seconds after shooting a 3-shot bracketed RAW+JPEG burst. (The pause was about a second shorter with RAW only, và there was almost no delay when shooting JPEG only.)


Read our Fuji X-A2 Field test Part II

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Sensor.At the heart of the Fuji X-A2 lies a 16.3-megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor. That"s the same resolution as in the X-A1, & just as in that camera, there are no on-chip phase-detection autofocus pixels -- this is a contrast-detection only camera. Likewise, it"s still a standard RGBG Bayer-filtered sensor, và doesn"t use Fuji"s proprietary X-Trans technology as in higher-end models.

ISO sensitivity, just as in the previous camera, ranges from ISO 200 to lớn 6400 equivalents by default, và can be expanded to encompass everything from ISO 100 to 25,600 equivalents.

Processor.Performance is still quite good for an entry-level model, however, thanks to lớn the EXR Processor II which is also retained from the prior design. Fujifilm rates burst capture performance at 5.6 frames per second for as many as 30 JPEG, 10 raw+JPEG, or 10 raw frames.


Click khổng lồ read Fuji X-A2 Tech Insights!

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Here we present crops from our laboratory Still Life target comparing Fuji X-A2 image chất lượng to its more expensive X-Trans II sensor-equipped sibling, the X-E2, well as against several competing mirrorless models at similar price points or in similar categories: the Olympus E-PL7, Panasonic GF7, Samsung NX300 & Sony A5100.

NOTE: These images are from best chất lượng JPEGs straight out of the camera, at mặc định settings including noise reduction & using the camera"s actual base ISO (not extended ISO settings). All cameras in this comparison were shot with our very sharp reference lenses. Clicking any crop will take you to lớn a carrier page where you can click once again to lớn access the full resolution image as delivered straight from the camera. For those interested in working with the RAW files involved, click these link to visit each camera"s respective sample image thumbnail page...


Read our Image unique Comparison

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Print quality and image unique are similar but not identical, because what you see on a print isn"t always the same as what you see on the screen. Our print chất lượng analysis answers the important question: "Just how big can I print my photos at higher ISOs?"

Despite the entry-level price point and traditional Bayer-filtered 16MP APS-C sensor, the Fuji X-A2 manages very impressive results in the print department. While not the highest resolution sensor, prints at extended low ISO 100 up to lớn ISO 400 all look great up khổng lồ 24 x 36 inches. There"s some slight pixelation visible upon close inspection at this print size, but at the normal viewing distance for such large prints, detail is excellent. Mid-range ISO images all manage very well at controlling noise & allow for very good print sizes, such as a 16 x trăng tròn inch print at ISO 1600. Reaching the maximum ISO levels, including the two expanded high ISOs, the X-A2 still manages to lớn control noise well enough to lớn produce usable prints up to lớn 8 x 10 inches at ISO 12,800 and 5 x 7 inches at ISO 25,600.


Click for our Fuji X-A2 Print chất lượng Analysis

The Fujifilm X-series is known for its classically inspired cameras, và this updated entry-level offering is no different. Offered in an array of màu sắc combos (three khổng lồ be exact in the US market), the X-A2 sports a compact, rangefinder-esque shape -- though, sadly, sans viewfinder -- with a decent amount of external controls.

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Despite non-X-Trans sensor, X-A2 captures high unique imagesUnlike most of the X-series cameras, however, this entry-level model utilizes a traditional RGBG Bayer-filtered sensor instead of their quality X-Trans sensor. The 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, nevertheless, produces very good images with lots of fine detail, pleasing colors & impressive high ISO image quality for a camera of this class. Compared khổng lồ an X-Trans-equipped camera, lượt thích the X-M1, the X-Trans does capture slightly more detailed images, at both low & higher ISOs, however, the overall differences are not drastic.