Fujifilm X-A2 interchangeable lens camera touts premium selfies

Fujifilm has introduced some new cameras today, and included among them is the sleek X-A2, which is being touted as a way to take "premium" selfies. Such is made possible via the hinged display, which can flip up so that photographers can take self-portraits with the aid of an LCD. Despite the pandering to the selfie-nation, the Fujifilm X-A2 has quite a bit more to offer photographers, not the least of which is its beautiful design and interchangeable lens construction.

This interchangeable lens camera features a 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and an EXR Processor II image processor, while ISO ranges from 200 to 6400 (extended settings take it up to 25,600). Indoor shots are promised to have low noise levels. The LCD display measures in at 3-inches and has a 175-degree tilt; modes, meanwhile, are selected using dials.

The Fujifilm X-A2 features a variety of auto focus, including Auto Macro AF, Eye Detection AF, and multi-target AF. This is joined by a Classic Chrome film simulation mode, Super Intelligent Flash, multiple exposure and a roster of photo filters like Toy Camera and Pop Color.

Video recording isn't terribly robust with this camera, being offered in up to Full HD at 30 frames-per-second in addition to the different video effects available. Finally, the camera has integrated WiFi, which allows for instant content transfers to a mobile device using the maker's camera app.

SOURCE: FujiFilm