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Fujifilm X-A5


£529/$599 with XC15-45mm lens

The sensor might be just a CMOS type, but it enables the X-A5 to produce shots of terrific image quality

THE X-A5 is aimed at a very different market to Fujifilm’s high-end X-mount With simplified, user-friendly controls, a compact body and kit lens combination, and an affordable price tag, it’s aimed at smartphone upgraders choosing their first interchangeable-lens camera.

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