Fujifilm X-A7


A lightweight and talented mirrorless performer



Type: Mirrorless
Sensor: APS-C CMOS, 24.5MP
Lens mount: Fujifilm X-mount
Screen: 3.5-inch, 2,760K-dot vari-angle touchscreen
Viewfinder: N/A
Continuous shooting: 6fps
Movies: 4K/30p
User level: Beginner/intermediate
+Superb autofocus+Excellent image quality+Sleek and stylish design
No built-in image stabilizationNo viewfinder

Proof that entry-level doesn’t have to be a synonym for underpowered or basic, the Fujifilm X-A7 packs a seriously impressive spec list for an affordable mirrorless camera.

Its hybrid autofocus system isn’t the fastest, but real-world performance is superb, with superlative subject detection and tracking. Images are crisp and sharp with outstanding color reproduction, while noise control is likewise stellar, even as high as ISO 1600.

In the hand, a shallow grip means the X-A7 isn’t especially comfortable to hold for long periods and the position of the joystick makes it tricky to reach with your thumb. Then again, the trade-off is a shell that’s compact, lightweight and stylish, in an old-school sort of way.

Image stabilization would’ve been a welcome addition and some might want a viewfinder, but with 4K video in the mix, the X-A7 stands out as an ideal traveling companion. Set aside those ergonomic niggles and it’s an almost perfect affordable option – and an ideal smartphone upgrade.


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