All camera manufacturers have a range of entry-level models that target newcomers to photography, and in the case of Fujifilm, this is the X-A series.
The latest cameras in this range are characterised by their standard Bayer sensor (as opposed to the X-Trans type used on mid and high-end models), tilting touch sensitive monitor for selfies and more affordable price point.
The X-A5 became the latest model in this range after superseding its predecessor, the X-A3, in January 2018.
Now, if you saw these two cameras propped up side-by-side in a shop window, you’d be forgiven for thinking they were the same model. With the exception of a few very minor cosmetic differences, such as the lack of a focus dial out front on the newer model, they are the exact mirror image of each other.
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