Fujifilm just released the X-A7 – an entry-level camera with the newly-developed 24MP sensor. Just like its predecessor, it uses Bayer sensor and not Fuji’s own X-Trans array that can be found in the company’s more expensive cameras. Nonetheless, this sensor is capable of taking good photos and now it even supports 4K video recording up to 30 fps (unlike the max of 15 fps you’d get on the X-A5). The new camera also has a very capable autofocus system that includes face and eye detection.
The X-A7 is extremely portable, as it weighs just 11.29 oz or 320 grams. It also comes with a large 3.5″ 2.76m-dot fully articulating touchscreen, which is a welcome upgrade. The camera will come in four colors – silver, camel, mint green and dark silver.
Fuji X-A7 will be available for purchase on October 24, 2019 in the United States with the retail price of $699.