Fujifilm cameras feature a back-illuminated 26.1-megapixel X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor and an X-Processor 4 image processing engine, creating images with equally remarkable quality and speed. Additionally, it has a smaller, lighter body that weighs only 13.5 ounces.
There are now six AF modes that can be employed in either AF-S or AF-C modes, including "Single Point AF," "Zone AF," and Tracking AF." Presently, the cameras have 2.16 million phase-detecting AF pixels. The Fujifilm camera has both electrical and mechanical shutters. Using the mechanical, it is capable of shooting continuously at 8 frames per second in full resolution. With the electronic shutter, you can take pictures with 16.6 megapixels, a 1.25x crop, and blackout-free continuous shooting at 30 frames per second, such as the Instant camera.
There are 16 different film simulation modes that are compatible with Fujifilm's aesthetic. Additionally, there are special effects like the Monochrome Adjustment, Color Chrome Effect, and the Gain Effect that can be utilized in conjunction with the film emulation modes. Some of the cameras can produce 4K footage and the industry-standard 4K DCI 17:9. Now, F-log recordings in 4:2:2 10-bit quality can be recorded and captured via the HDMI interface. The touch screen panel or the focus lever can be used to record video with Face and Eye-Detection AF, and film simulations can also be utilized to record 4K video. Compared to the typical DLSR viewfinder, the electronic viewfinder on the Fujifilm camera is a little bit bigger. Additionally, it has a 2.36 million-dot high resolution and a 0.62x magnification ratio. For low angles or challenging photos, its 3.0-inch tilting touch screen is ideal. The cameras come in a wide range of colors, sizes and designs like Blush Pink.