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Fujifilm X-A1 Digital Camera Black - Expert Reviews
Fujifilm X-A1 completes the making of a rock solid new entrant in the entry level compact department of cameras. The heart of the camera is simply an APS-C CMOS sensor, this is rather surprising keeping in mind the X- Trans CMOS sensor which was used in the more expensive models of Fujifilm like Fujifilm X-M1, Fujifilm X-E1 and Fujifilm X-Pro1 cameras, which is on paper much better than this device. Talking about the screen of our reviewed device it is safe to say that it is an absolutely stunning 920k dot 3 inch LCD screen which can tilt. In addition to this, there is the availability of 5.6fps burst shooting, pop-up flash and external hotshoe, EXR Processor II, simulation modes and creative effects, built-in Wi-Fi, Full HD video recording capabilities made at 30 frames per second. Available in the color combinations of black, blue and red, our new Fujifilm A-X1 is essentially almost a clone of Fujifilm X-M1 model which was launch just a few months back, but with a different image sensor, some new color alternatives, and most important of all a significantly lower price tag. Despite giving a significant low by swapping the highly advanced and innovative X Trans CMOS sensor used on the higher end X series compact system cameras for a much more standard Bayer color filter array CMOS sensor, Fujifilm X-A1’s image quality does not really look much affected. So it is up to you to decide which model would you like to route for and if you would like to save some cash by opting for X-A1 or would you like to go all the way for a full featured device. The lower price tag put on Fujifilm X-A1 makes it better suited for budget oriented audience than X-M1. We can very easily overlook the lack of viewfinder in this type of model, as all the compact device up graders will be more used to composing their own pictures by holding the arm length of our reviewed device. It is now a given fact that both cameras are very similar, X-A1 still manages to retain many of X-M1 annoyances that we are not really big fans of, mainly the Wi-Fi options, which actually are concentrated within transferring images from camera to a smartphone and back again or syncing to a computer, there is no remote control option or connection to a Wi-Fi network as now available in many rival models.
Now, just like many of its more expensive siblings, our X-A1 again generates some very fine image quality, albeit the change in sensor. Noise on the image is noticeable only by its subtle complete absence which is throughout the ISO range ranging from 100-25,600 ISO, however the Dynamic Range functionality in the device helps a lot in retaining the boost and contrast and details in the device. We definitely need to mention the 16-50mm kit lens as albeit a cheaper built quality it still manages to offer very sharp details result throughout the focal range of the camera. Fujifilm X-A1 has certainly made it up there among the best APS-C sensor cameras on the market, so if you are looking for amazing picture quality in affordable price, this is the camera to look forward to. Now ultimately we do prefer X-A1 over X-M1 as both deliver the very same handling, features and performance, and, crucially, very similar image quality at a lower price.
Design and Build Quality
Yes, Fujifilm X-A1 is launched at a significantly lower price, yet it is another very well solid built camera on the X-Series which has very little or no flex movement along its chassis despite adding significant amount of more plastic on its construction. Also it is lighter than you would expect after glancing on it for the first time, weighing in at 330 grams body only and memory card fitted. The dimensions of this device measure 116.9mm x 66.5mm x 39mm , This is exactly the same as was sported on Panasonic X-M1. The control layout of this device is made of some plastic buttons which is responsible for controlling of our device, Panasonic X-A1, more notable feature of this device is the battery compartment door and the flap which is meant to be made for HDMI port both certainly don’t look or feel something out of the box on a cheap compact, also the rear controls on the device, especially the second thumb operated control dial. So it is safe to say that Panasonic X-A1 is a pretty amazingly constructed device and contains a delicate handgrip at the front of the device which is along a dotted button which is mounted on the rear end of our device, so much that the grip on your hand is helped in no small part by textured faux leather surface running totally alongside the full breadth which defines the camera itself.
Focus and Face Detection
The AF speed of Fujifilm X-A1 is quite high, with the quoted fastest speed being of 0.1 seconds and yes, it was slightly slower when 16-50mm kit zoom was used, it is still much respectable prospective. DSLR owners which are used to quick reactions which are mentioned for phase detection camera and then we are likely to find a slight delay from X-A1 as we are locked on to the subject, these are mildly annoying.
Lens and Image Stabilization
The major help in keeping the image quality intact and making sure that all the demands are met is the mounted 16-50 mm zoom lens. It is a plastic mount lens with slower apertures and no aperture ring, when you look at it for the first time you feel like this to be the poor alternative to the much better 18-55 f/2.8-4 OIS optic, but then its lack of weight and compact nature of size are better suited for our device and still it offers all the added benefits of an in built Optical Image Stabilization so as to keep your images sharp and more importantly not to skimp on image quality, this gives it an edge above the kit lenses which are shipped with all the interchangeable lens cameras.
Screen and Menus
Fujifilm X-A1’s LCD screen makes an attempt to redress the balance which is made by offering the ability of the device to tilt it up or down making it from a high 85 degree to a low 90 degree angle, which is almost perfect for both above the head and low down shooting. Offering a resolution 920k dots, this is twice as detailed and precise as the screen mentioned on Fujifilm X-E1, but this screen many a times fails when there is the case of bright sunlight.
Fujifilm X-A1 draws out its power from NP-50 A Li-Ion battery, which is a good to go for 400 shots (certified by CIPA).
Recording can be done at full HD 1080p or 720p with stereo sound, now one handy touch on the movie record button on the back of your camera and your work begins. Hence, it is fair to say that movie mode on Fujifilm X-A1 is not overly advanced. You can also set the aperture an shutter speed before recording of video begins, but not during that, You can also easily set the Film Stimulation mode on Fuji X-A1, such that black and white footage is possible. Continuous AF is also possible, although it does tend to hunt around a lot prior to locking on the subject, also manual focusing is possible on the device.
The heart of Fujifilm X-A1 brings to light a 16.3 MP APS-C sized CMOS sensor, where APS-C is a size which is pretty much more commonly used by major DSLR cameras other than by any compact system cameras which are Sony’s NEX range and Samsung’s NX series the other two.
*Excellent 16-50mm OIS kit lens
* Very good value for money * Excellent noise performance * Excellent colour reproduction * Impressive detail and resolution * Dynamic range expansion works well * 3-inch tilting screen * Wi-Fi connectivity * Printed manual * Compact body