Rumour: New cameras from Fujifilm heading our way
Not one, but three new cameras are heading our way from Fujifilm, with one each for the affordable range, mid-range and compact range. The X-A10 will be the camera for the affordable range, while the X-T20 and X100T will be for the other two categories.
Expected to be launching within the next month or so, the Fujifilm X-A10 is set to be even cheaper than the recently launched X-A3 camera. The camera is said to have a 16.3-megapixel Bayer sensor (the same type of sensor as most cameras in the market today), built-in WiFi, a 3-inch tilt LCD monitor, 1080p video recording, up to 6fps continuous shot mode, and accepts SD cards for storage.
The X-T20 and the X100F meanwhile is set to be a logical upgrade to the current models X-T10 and X100t, with the former possibly getting a larger sensor courtesy of the bigger brother X-T2, and the latter featuring the same lens as the outgoing model, at 23mm.
As the Fujifilm X-A3 is selling in Malaysia for around RM 2400, we do not know how cheap this camera will be like when it is launched later in the year, or early 2017. Stay tuned to TechNave as we bring new information on the Fujifilm X-A10.