FUJIFILM X-A5 Hands-on Review : First Impressions

Following in the footsteps of the affordable X-A3, the Fuji X-A5 is aimed at entry-level photographers wanting a reasonably capable camera on a tight budget. It might look a whole lot like its predecessor externally, but a major update awaits on the inside, as we’ll soon find out!

A very familiar body with a couple of changes

The only externally-obvious changes from the earlier camera are a new cover on the left side of the X-A5’s plastic body — behind which you’ll find a new 2.5mm mic / remote jack — and the lack of a focus mode switch on the front deck. (If you look more closely, you’ll also spot a new Motion Panorama position on the mode dial, replacing the earlier camera’s Custom position.)

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