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All dials and buttons are arranged on the right for easy and direct operation with just the fingers of your right hand.
FUJIFILM X-A1 comes with a variety of shooting modes. Rotate the Mode Dial to quickly select the mode that suits your shooting scene or purpose.
Twin command dials on the upper control deck are ergonomically positioned for instant adjustment of aperture, shutter speed and exposure compensation. The intuitive ease of analog dial operation invites the exploration of photographic possibilities. Before long, you will be mastering bokeh effects, experimenting with how brightness transforms creative expression, and stretching your skills as a photographer.
When you want to make slightly lighten or darken the image before snapping the shot, Exposure Compensation control is right at your thumb. Use the main command dial without taking your eye away from your shot and smoothly adjust image brightness within a range of ±2EV.
Just playback and select the photos you want to transfer and press the Wi-Fi button (Fn: Function button) on the top of the camera body to send photos to your smartphone or tablet. No ID or password. It's that easy.
Assign any one of the following frequently used functions to the Fn (Function) button and enjoy smooth one-touch controls during shooting:
PREVIEW DEPTH OF FIELD / ISO (Default setting) / SELF-TIMER / IMAGE SIZE / IMAGE QUALITY / DYNAMIC RANGE / FILM SIMULATION / PHOTOMETRY / AE AF LOCK / INSTANT AF / FOCUS MODE / FACE DETECTION / LOCATION INFO SEARCH / MOVIE / RAW
An one-touch Movie Recording Button enables you to capture all the action in Full HD.
Just press the Q (Quick Menu) button, you can skip directly to a list display of ISO sensitivity setting, White Balance, Film Simulation and other frequently used shooting settings. It is possible to swiftly change settings while shooting.
With the ability to tilt the monitor up or down about 90 degrees, you can stretch your arms overhead to frame and shoot high angle shots over a crowd, or low down to capture a different perpective from the ground up.
Adjustable tilting range from a high 85° angle to a low 90° angle.
The large, high-contrast, 920K-dot 3.0-inch LCD features an ultra-wide viewing angle for easy framing of shots even at extreme angles. For clear monitor viewability in bright, outdoor conditions, the FUJIFILM X-A1 is ready with a built-in Sunlight Mode.
Compared with a conventional 3.0-inch wide LCD monitor (16:9 aspect ratio), the FUJIFILM X-A1's generous screen provides approx. 30% more display area, letting you confirm every detail of your subject before you press the shutter.
In addition to 3:2 and 16:9, the FUJIFILM X-A1 expands creative expression with a new 1:1 "square" aspect ratio.
Before shooting, the built-in histogram display provides an at-a-glance confirmation of brightness levels. Together with the command dial on the top control deck, this tool makes it simple to confirm you have the right exposure setting, and take great photos.
Zoom in on the focus point of the captured image to check focal precision, blur, etc.
After shooting, take advantage of the wide array of handy playback functions including Shooting Data display to review which settings were used when the image was taken, Focus Point Zoom for zooming in to check focal precision and picture quality, and "Red Eye Correction" for automatic detection and correction of any red-eye effect in portraits, in-camera, after the shot is taken. Also in the Micro Thumbnail View, you can display up to 100 thumbnail images on screen at once.
The "FRAMING GUIDELINE" option in the shooting menu offers a choice of GRID 9, GRID 24, and HD FRAMING. The "grid" options are a very effective aid to composition when, for example, framing photographs with the subjects arranged along a diagonal.
Up to 100 pictures can be viewed at a time in a 10x10 array of micro thumbnails. Convenient for smooth and comfortable playback.