Fujifilm's X-A7 ups the image quality of its entry-level interchangeable

The new 24.2MP sensor improves auto-focus and adds 4K capability.
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Fujifilm X-A7

Fujifilm's newest entry-level model brings an updated version of the X-A5's 24.2MP APS-C sensor that now boasts 8.5 million more phase-detection pixels for improved auto-focus and 4K video capability. The camera features copper wiring to reduce noise, 6 fps continuous shooting, a 3.5" flip-out articulating LCD screen, and it includes a versatile XC15-45mm F3.5-5.6 lens with optical image stabilization. The X-A7 is also compatible with the Fujifilm Camera Remote app that lets you wirelessly control your camera via a smartphone or tablet and it can also be used for uploading stills and video. 

$699, bhphotovideo.com

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