Perhaps the best thing about mirrorless cameras like Fujifilm’s renowned X-series is getting the quality and performance of a DSLR in a compact form factor. While the pursuit of smaller proportions has led manufacturers like Olympus, Panasonic, and Nikon to design cameras with smaller image sensors (and thus smaller lenses), Fuji bet big on APS-C sensors—the kind used in most DSLRs.
|Maximum Field Coverage||APS-C|
|Minimum (Wide) Focal Length||27 mm|
|Maximum (Telephoto) Focal Length||27 mm|