Fujifilm X A1 review

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Head of Testing, Cameras

Angela (Twitter, Google+, website) is head of testing for Future's photography portfolio, writing and overseeing reviews of photographic equipment for Digital Camera, Photography Week, PhotoPlus, NPhoto and Practical Photoshop as well as TechRadar's cameras channel. Angela has a degree in photography and multimedia and prior to joining Future in October 2010 was Amateur Photographer magazine's technical editor.