Fujifilm X-A7: Perfect For Enthusiasts and Creatives Who Want to Share Their Images and Video

WEX largely covers photographers’ concerns about the Fujifilm X-A7 in the video above with a very concise video. The back screen is huge and usable under any lighting situation because it is very bright and clear. Also, you can photograph manually with the X-A7 even though it is supposed to be a more automatic camera.

Interestingly Fujifilm uses copper wire design, which up until recently was largely reserved for high-end cameras in order to increase readout speeds. It’s good to see Fujifilm is pushing the technological limits across their line up and for a little while the X-A7 will be faster at AF than the X-T3 and other Fujifilm cameras.

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