Fujifilm X A1 review

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The X-A1 produces nice, natural colours straight from the camera

Fujifilm X A1 review

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The tilting screen is useful when you want to shoot landscape format images from a low angle like this, but it doesn't help much with portrait format shots.

Fujifilm X A1 review

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The images below are 100% crops of this shot comparing the level of detail visible in raw and JPEG images taken at ISO 800.

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JPEG file: there's slight smoothing between the stronger edges.

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Raw file: Looks more natural with better detail.

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There's no shortage of detail here.

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These hips were moving in the breeze, which gave the AF system a challenge, but it was up to the job.

Fujifilm X A1 review

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Dynamic Advanced Filter mode produces some interesting, high contrast and high saturation results.

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Images have a pleasant level of contrast so shots look natural yet punchy.