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Fujifilm X-A10 Manual

Fujifilm’s X-A10 is a stylish mirrorless camera with outstanding photography capabilities and a distinctive vintage design that was developed specifically for those who are passionate about taking selfies.

The X-A10 is equipped with a 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, which enables it to record high-resolution still images as well as Full HD video. Additionally, the design of the sensor ensures accurate color balance as well as natural skin tone reproduction, both of which can be further enhanced by using the Portrait Enhancer Mode.

In addition to its photography capabilities, the camera has a back LCD panel that can slide and tilts across an angle of 180 degrees, making it possible to take self-portraits with the device. While the display is completely stretched to 180 degrees, Eye Detection AF is also engaged for precise focus. The sliding design of the monitor ensures that the screen will not be obscured by the camera when the camera is looking in front.

In addition, the vertical control dial on the back of the camera may be utilized in place of the shutter release button, allowing for more comfortable and steady shooting when the camera is held for self-portraits.

A big CMOS sensor with an APS-C-sized resolution of 16.3 megapixels is capable of producing high-resolution still photography as well as Full HD video with remarkable low-light sensitivity and quality. Additionally, the sensor generates colors and skin tones that are extremely realistic. These may be enhanced in-camera using the Portrait Enhancer mode to produce skin tones that are distinct and aesthetically beautiful.

The camera body comes with the flexible XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS II lens already attached. This lens is a conventional zoom that offers a 24-76mm equivalent focal length range, making it suitable for use in a broad variety of shooting environments.

The all-glass, 12-elements-in-10-groups architecture features three aspherical elements and one extra-low dispersion element to decrease chromatic aberrations over the whole zoom range. This results in enhanced clarity, sharpness, and color fidelity in the image captured by the lens.

In addition, this lens incorporates an optical image stabilization technology that is effective for 3.5 stops, which compensates for the effects of camera shake to provide images that are clearer even in challenging lighting circumstances. When employing techniques like as selective focus and narrow depth of field, the lens is equipped with seven rounded aperture blades, which are designed to provide a smooth out-of-focus look.

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