Many thanks to Fujifilm Asia pacific (Singapore) for providing me a set of the Fujifilm X-A2 with the XC16-50II OIS lens for review.
The write-up here will focus on being a user-review, sharing as many real world photos as possible rather than arguing over tech details like how many screws the camera has or whether can it survive a 10m drop.
You will not find the typical MTF charts and itty-gritty comparisons that sites like LensTip.com excel in, they will do it and they are the professionals at it. I am a casual user end of the day and prefer to share my personal experiences.
The X-A2 from Fujifilm is a camera tailored for the casual user who isn’t satisfied with what the basic point and shoot can offer and would like to once in a while indulge in the PASM modes.
The X-A2 supports the Fujifilm X-mount family of lenses with a 16.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II.
The back 3.0" 920k-dot LCD screen, which tilts forward 175° for your front-facing self-portrait needs.
Additionally, built-in Wi-Fi and compatibility with the optional instax SHARE Printer allow you to seamlessly upload, share, and print your photos on-the-go.