Fuji gives you X-Series power for a hair under $600

The company's entry-level interchangeable gets a new and improved model.
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Photo: Fujifilm

Photo: Fujifilm

Situated below its more professionally-targeted siblings, the X-A3 is the ideal camera for those who want a great system camera without the higher price. Replacing the X-A2, the new model features a big 24.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor with ISO sensitivity up to 25600 for shooting in low-light situations. You've also got a 77-point AF system to lock onto your subjects, built-in Wi-Fi to connect to your mobile devices, a selfie-friendly tilting screen, and Fuji's famous film simulation modes. 

$599, bhphotovideo.com

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