Two years ago, Fujifilm released the entry-level X-A3 which proved to be a capable mirrorless camera to anyone who wanted to step up from smartphone photography due to its compact body, decent sensor, and affordable price point.
Fast forward to 2018, the company released a successor to the X-A3 in the form of the X-A5, which is considered as the lightest and smallest mirrorless camera in the X-series and is now capable of shooting 4K at 15fps.
Now the looming question is: why did folks from Fuji skip number 4? Kidding aside, let’s find out what’s new with the X-A5 and if it is worth the penny. Let’s begin.
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