Earlier this week I found a locaI two camera deal that was too good to turn down... A fuji x-a1 (i already owned one of these) And a fuji x-a5. I did an entire portrait session with the x-a1 a year ago with very good results. Getting the x-a5 meant bypassing the x-a2 and x-a3 (16mp and 24mp respectively) The x-a line is fujis entry level line and has APS-C size Bayer sensors instead of the x-trans. (Not really a big deal to me) the x-a5 has a few upgrades over the x-a1 such as better video capabilities and a 24mp sensor, but otherwise very similar in size and weight. (X-a5 is a little bigger) The dial configuration is the same on all the x-a models. Its missing the left scroll wheel that the higher end models have. Not super great, but intuitive enough that I dont have to actually menu dive with proper button settings. I have no idea what im going to do with 2 x-a2's and an x-a5 since I also have an x-e2 and. X-T100 but I'll figure something out eventually.