Fujifilm X-a10 camera

Fuji Announces the X-A10: Entry-Level X-Mount Camera

This morning, Fuji officially announced the X-A10, an entry-level compact mirrorless camera with an X-mount to accept the full range of Fuji’s excellent lens line. Though the camera adhere’s to the company’s signature retro design standards, the X-A10 does not have an electronic viewfinder. Instead, it has a rear LCD flip-and-slide-screen that can be used for live-view shooting, and can also be rotated up into a position to allow for selfie-shooting.

The Fuji X-A10 features a 16.3 megapixel sensor, dual command dials, and eye-detection focus. The X-A10 body ships with the XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS II lens, a wide-to mid range zoom with optical image stabilization.

Rear view of the X-A10
Rear view of the X-A10

Price & Availability

Unfortunately, there is still no official release date for the X-A10. However, the price for the body and lens kit is now set at $499, and the camera is available for pre-order through B&H Photo.

The Fuji X-A10 with 16-50mm OIS lens.
The Fuji X-A10 with 16-50mm OIS lens.
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1 Comment

  • My daughter has the X-A2 with the kit lens and I’m quite impress with the image quality that the kit lens produces. I don’t get the bokeh-ness that I’m used to with, say, the 35mm f1.4 (50mm equiv) or even the 18mm f2 ((28mm equiv), but they are still clean and sharp. I still would pair this camera with, at least, the 35mm f2 and make it look like a mini X-E2/E2s.

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