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Fujifilm X-T10 Compact System Camera (16 MP, CMOS Sensor) - Black
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- Enhanced X-T design with compact magnesium body, lightweight and compact for comfortable shooting. Comes complete with lightweight XC16-50 mm (MKII) lens
- Large APS-C 16M X-Trans CMOS II Sensor and Fast EXR Processor II for high speed performance
- AutoFocus system with 3D, Zone and wide tracking modes for effortless capture of moving subjects
- 25 degree, 2.36 m dot OLED electronic viewfinder - the largest and fastest in its class with the shortest display lag time
- Balanced handling and grip for comfortable shooting, compatible with Fujifilm X series lenses
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X-T10 Compact System Camera
The FUJIFILM X-T10: a stunning addition to the X series
FUJIFILM X-T10, the latest premium interchangeable lens model to join the world-renowned X-series digital camera line-up. Boasting outstanding image quality thanks to unique colour reproduction technology, the new model, which is aimed at photography enthusiasts, combines a compact and lightweight body with a new AF system that excels at capturing moving subjects, as well as an electronic Real Time Viewfinder, which boasts an impressive 0.62x magnification ratio, high-definition precision 2.36 million dot display and the world’s shortest time lag of 0.005 seconds.
Built in Wi-Fi for shooting from your smartphone or tablet devices
By downloading the FUJIFILM Camera Remote app to your smartphone or tablet device, users can use the Remote Control function, which allows a wealth of control, even from a distance. This functionality is great for a wide variety of shots, including group photos, self-portraits and animals in their natural habitat.
All-new design packs X Series’ operability into a compact and lightweight body
The design of the compact and lightweight body bears all the hallmarks of an X Series camera. Both top and base plates are made of a lightweight, but highly rigid, die-cast magnesium. The top plate features three precision-milled aluminium dials which give the X-T10 a premium feel and allow users to intuitively adjust the combination of aperture, shutter speed and shooting functions while concentrating on picture taking.
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The basics vs the X-T1 are as follows:
+ 7 configurable function buttons (6 for the X-T1)
+ 3 configurable Auto ISO slots
+ Improved button design
+ Built in flash
+ Significantly cheaper
- Not weather sealed
- No ISO dial
- Smaller EVF Magnification (x0.62 rather than x0.77)
- Slightly lower resolution LCD
The main thing to note is that the sensor and processor is exactly the same as that of the X-T1 (with v4 firmware), it's pre-loaded with all the latest advancements just added to the X-T1 such as the new focus modes and better low light AF ability.
It's also appreciably smaller and lighter, although whether that's a good thing is down to personal preference. Heavier primes such as the 23 and 56 will be front heavy, but the grip is well designed and it's nowhere near as difficult to handle as I thought it might be. The actual construction of the body is superb, the body is mainly magnesium alloy and aside from the lack of weather sealing is comfortably on a par with the X-T1.
The EVF is still of very high quality despite the reduced magnification, the 4-way controller buttons have been redesigned to be much nicer to use, and it gains a built-in flash.
Overall it's very welcome addition to the range and makes an excellent second body alongside the X-T1. For those looking into the X-T1 as an upgrade or when changing systems, the only reason not to opt for the cheaper X-T10 is if you value weather sealing and a slightly larger body/grip, particularly important if you're going to be using the longer zooms. Other than that, the X-T10 is essentially the same camera with the exact same internals and no options disabled or reduced compared to the X-T1.
I bought it with the 16-50mm 'kit' lens and the 35mm f/1.4 (which is fantastic, and has its own review), so I haven't actually used the kit lens yet. I've had the X-T10 for a few weeks, have been to a couple of events (I'm not a professional photographer so by "events', I just mean family events, birthday parties, etc.) and have managed to grab some really good images.
I started into photography about 6 years ago with a Canon EOS 350D. I upgraded that to a 40D, then a 5D and a few years ago, I upgraded to a 5D MKII. After only a few weeks, I already prefer the X-T10 to any of the Canons I've owned. It's physically small; I don't have particularly large hands for a man, but I find it pretty comfortable to hold and it's not too heavy but heavy enough to feel significant (if you know what I mean). The case is made from a magnesium alloy and the bottom parts are covered with a rubber-type material to aid grip, which works really well.
It looks great. Fuji went for the retro feel and it certainly does look like a camera from the 1960s, which is no bad thing.
What surprised me most about the X-T10 is how 'clever' it is. I bought a Samsung S3 smartphone a couple of years ago and although I could appreciate how clever some of the features were, most of them were completely pointless (eye tracking, muting the handset by placing it face down, etc.). However, virtually all of the clever things about the X-T10 are really useful and actually provide real-world benefits.Read more ›
There are plenty of reviews of the X-T10 on the Net, so I guess you are pretty familiar with the camera's features. So I decided to highlight the good points that I thought worth noting, and also the things that I consider not so good.
I already own a Fuji X-E1 and a few lenses, and this camera persuaded me to sell my Canon DSLR and EF-S lenses. With the money from this sale I bought the X-T10. Running 2 systems doesn't work for me and I find myself picking up the Fuji because of convenience.
I am keeping the X-E1 because it just feels right in the hand - It may not be the fastest camera, but for what I shoot it works well.
So, enter the X-T10:
Operation is very similar to the X-E1 - Menus are similar, buttons are similar(ish).
I was attracted to the X-T10 because it has a more "DSLR" feel, a handy flippy-out screen, central EVF and good looks. All the manual controls are still there, handling is fine with buttons a decent size and with a good feel. So it's mostly good and I'm very happy with the camera. However,
The WiFi and associated software for the Mac is awful. When it works it's painfully slow transferring files, then just stops working.
Why have Fuji fitted a Micro USB connector? - The X-E1 is a Mini USB - So that's another cable. BTW, Fuji don't supply a USB cable.
The EVF is fine - Quick refresh and excellent resolution, but why is the Histogram so damn small?
I wish Fuji had moved the SD card slot out of the battery compartment - It's difficult to remove the SD card at best.
The built-in flash is a joke - It's only saving grace is that it can be used as a flash commander for an external Speedlite.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great performance all day without hurting your neck. Recently used in my visiting to London over the 2017 New Year trip and found it a great "point and shoot" by setting it... Read morePublished 16 days ago by A. A. Woodson
Fantastic camera with great build and functionality. It's a pity that most of the available lenses cost more than the body itself.Published 1 month ago by Jonah Whale
This camera by Fujifilm has given me a whole new appetite for photography. I have been a loyal Nikon user for the past 7 years and did not think I would ever buy anything else but... Read morePublished 5 months ago by dsido
i returned cause i missed the controls the x-t1 offers. But for the price if you are on the budget it's okPublished 6 months ago by fabrizio Motta
The X-T10 is very compact yet delivers very good images. I bought it to replace my canon slr and so far I've been very impressed with the performance. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Marco