Apple has issued an update to Digital Camera RAW to version 5.01, which adds RAW image compatibility for several new cameras in Aperture 3.5 and iPhoto.
New camera support in Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 5.01:
The update is available through the Mac App Store’s Updates tab.
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 equivalent on a full frame camera). [click to continue…]
The new Fuji X-A1 entry-level mirrorless camera is now in stock and shipping from B&H. Recall that the X-A1 features a 16.3MP standard Bayer sensor instead of the X-Trans sensor found in other X-Series models. It’s also substantially cheaper. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
The Fuji X-A1 rounds out Fuji’s X-Series line on the entry-level end with a 16.3MP APS-C sensor and a $599 price tag with the 16-50mm kit lens. [click to continue…]
The Fuji X-A1 should be along within the next week or so at the rate of leaks we’re at now. The latest leak shows off some official images of the upcoming X-A1, as well as the full press release. [click to continue…]
Fuji has been on a roll with its mirrorless camera system since unveiling the X-Pro1. Fuji later followed with the X-E1 last summer and the base model X-M1 earlier this summer.
Now, Fuji looks set to release a model below the X-M1 – the very compact X-A1.
The Korean Radio Research Agency (apparently, a legit government entity) has a registration for the Fujifilm X-A1 dated July 25, 2013. There are no specs revealed in the registration; however, the model name confirms prior rumors. In addition to the name, earlier rumors suggested that the X-A1 would not sport an APS-C sensor, opting instead for a smaller sensor and a more compact body.
The Fuji X-A1 is rumored to be launching in August 2013.
[via Photo Rumors]