Fuji X-A10 vs. Sony A6000

fuji-x-a10-vs-sony-a6000Fuji X-A10 is having all the required or desirable specifications and qualities, but it is falling behind in the contest with Sony A6000. Sony A6000 looks superior because of its faster AF system, high resolution image sensor etc. Give a detail look to the specification comparison between these two cameras…


FujiFilm X-A10

Sony A6000

Megapixel 16 megapixels  24 megapixels
 Sensor size Type  APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)  APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)
 Low-Pass Filter  Yes  Yes
 Image Processor  N/A  Bionz X
 Image Stabilization  No  No
 AF system  Contrast  Contrast+Phase
 AF points  49  179
 ISO  100-25600  100-25600
 Shutter Min/Max  1/32000 sec  1/4000 sec
 Top Continuous shooting speed  6fps  11fps
 Video  Full HD @30p  Full HD@60p
 Display  3” rear tilting LCD (1040K)  3” rear touchscreen tilting LCD (921,600)
 Viewfinder  No  Electrical
Hot Shoe  No  Yes
Battery Life  410 Shots  360 Shots
Environmentally Sealed  No  No
Wireless Connectivity  Yes  Yes
Dimension  117 x 67 x 40 mm 120 x 67 x 45 mm
Weight  331 g  344 g

Megapixel– Sony A6000 Features Impressive AF, 24 MP APS-C Sensor, BIONZ X Processor that works together to deliver you sharp and crystal clear images with stunning details. On the other side, Fuji X-A10 employs 16.3MP resolution that can’t deliver sharp images as A6000.

AF system– The AF system carried by Sony A6000 is really blazing fast since it boasts focal plane phase-detection AF points with an extremely wide autofocus coverage area (179 focal points) that is fabricated with high-precision contrast-detection AF, allowing the cameras to achieve quick and accurate focus of the intended subjects. On the other side, AF system adopted by Fuji X-A10 employs only contrast detect system and also very lesser AF points of 49 only that is not too effective for tracking fast moving subjects.

Shutter speed– Faster shutter speed (1/32000 sec) of Fuji X-A10, letting you to use large aperture to achieve shallow depth of field, even while shooting under bright conditions without over-exposing the image. Moreover, faster shutter speed also helps you to freeze each movement of the intended subjects. But, Sony A6000 offers the faster shutter speed of 1/4000 only.

Battery life– More numbers of shots are possible with Fuji X-A10, whereas Sony A6000 allows you to get around 360 shots at a time.

Price Factor– With offering the incredible specs the price of Sony A6000 will also cost you around $50 more than Fuji X-A10 with lens.

Verdict- Sony A6000 offerings products that are class in its way, however, it is not only better than Fuji X-A10, but that consistently outperform DSLRs. Thus you can spare your cash on Sony A6000 without thinking much more.

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