Excellent image quality.
Sharp kit lens.
Tilting 921k-dot rear display.
Shiny monitor screen.
Expensive system lenses.
No EVF option.
Noticeable shutter lag.
A bit slow to turn on.
Lacks mic input.
Noticeable rolling shutter in video.
By PC Mag on February 11, 2014
The Fujifilm X-A1 is the least expensive X-series camera that Fuji sells; while it doesn't feature the company's unique X-Trans image sensor, it's still a solid...70
By Digital Photography Review on November 30, 2013
Entry-level mirrorless cameras provide a nice middle ground between fixed-lens point-and-shoots and lower-end DSLRs. It's an ever-growing category with options for photographers of varying skill level and intentions. The common factors in this class...-
By TechRadar on November 11, 2013
Most photographers will tell you that image quality is their biggest consideration when selecting a camera, but the build and functionality of the camera are also key factors along with the price. Many manufacturers reduce the functionality and build...80
By Photography Bay on November 07, 2013
The Fuji X-A1 resides at the low end of the Fuji X-Series lineup of mirrorless cameras. The camera is so small and light. It feels much like a point and shoot camera in your hand when equipped with the Fuji XF 27mm f/2.8 pancake lens (40.5mm...-
By Steves Digicams on November 04, 2013
By Eric Butterfield The brick-like body of the X-A1 feels solid, with a slight contour of a hand grip and a textured surface to help you keep it firmly in your grasp. In addition to the ability to change lenses, this mirrorless model aims to be an...-
By TrustedReviews on November 01, 2013
The Fujifilm X-A1 delivers an excellent standard of image quality, is an attractively designed camera and has a strong level of performance. While the lenses in the X series might not be the cheapest on the market, the X-A1 is well worthy of consideration in the entry-level CSC market.80
By Expert Reviews on October 30, 2013
Elegant controls, but it doesn't share its pricier siblings' outstanding image...60
By What Digital Camera on October 29, 2013
While the Fujifilm X-A1 is intended to be an entry-level model for Fujifilm's X-series cameras, it is an outstanding camera in its own right. If you can live without a viewfinder you'll discover what is arguably the best CSC in its price...-
By Pocket-lint on October 16, 2013
The Fujifilm X-A1 puts in a very good performance, and although we felt it was missing a few niceties when stood beside its closest competitors, we found them easy to overlook on account of the affordable price. That's the key thing about the...80
By reviewed.com on October 14, 2013
When we reviewed the X-M1, we concluded that it was a camera with an excellent sensor in a chintzy body. The X-A1 keeps the same cheap suit, drops in a marginally inferior sensor, and charges you $200 less. Is that a good thing? It depends on what...83