Fujifilm XA-2 Camera
As evidenced by Spud Webb, Doug Flutie, or the fie work of Snap, Crackle, or Pop, sometimes high performance can still come in a compact size. Such is the case with Fujifilm’s new XA-2, a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that looks great for the budding photographer or guy who doesn’t wanna carry around a boat anchor.
A new 3” 175-degree tilting screen means your self-portraits will shine, and improved Eye Detection Auto Focus and Multi-Target AF should equal fewer presses of the delete button when reviewing your day’s shots. The 16.3 megapixel APS-C sensor promises “rich tonal expression, increased dynamic range, and support for a maximum ISO of 25,600.” Other noteworthy features include wireless image transfer, improved battery life, and all-new kit lenses. The inviting, retro styling makes it look a lot pricier than the $550 it’s going for. [Purchase]
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