Fujifilm X-A10 Review

The Fujifilm X-A10 is a new interchangeable lens camera that is part of Fujifilm’s X-range and is priced on the lower end of the spectrum. The letter “A” in its name indicates that it is part of the novice line-up, and its position in the line-up places it below the X-A3 model.

This camera is a more affordable alternative to the X-A3, and as a result, the features and capabilities aren’t as impressive as those of the X-A3. Compared to the X-A3, which has a gadget with 24 megapixels, this one has a sensor with 16.3 megapixels. It is compatible with the Fujifilm X mount and may be purchased as a bundle with the XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens.

The 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens that comes with Fujifilm’s more sophisticated cameras, such as the X-T2, is more expensive than the kit lens that comes with the X-A3, which is the same lens. However, this lens is available for a lower price. There are also additional features, such as a screen that can be tilted but does not have touch sensitivity as the screen on the X-A3 does.

Additionally, there is no hot shoe for attaching third-party devices. However, there is an internal flash incorporated into the machine. Completing the list of features offered by the X-A10 are built-in WiFi, the ability to capture video in Full HD, and manual and semi-automatic exposure modes. The Fujifilm X-A10 can be purchased for around