This week Fujifilm announced the latest addition to their X Series camera line, the X-T10, following the release of the highly-acclaimed X-T1 last year. As a sibling to it’s predecessor, this new camera comes with many of the same bells and whistles but in a sleeker form. Smaller in size, lighter in weight, and tailored towards a broader audience with beginner-friendly in features and lower price point.
The X-T10 is armed with a 16.3 megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, a maximum ISO of 6400 (expandable to 51200), and a continuous shooting speed of 8 frames per second. Out of the box, the X-T10 will launch with the same autofocus features that the X-T1 will soon be getting through a firmware update at the end of June. Flipping the camera around, you will see a 3″ 920K dot tilting LCD screen and a 2.36 million dot OLED viewfinder with a magnification of 0.62x that provides a natural view.
Along with the T-X10’s retro styling and user-friendly feature set, the camera also features at pop-up flash on top of the camera to easily adjust your lighting scheme. You also get a cool set of film simulation modes that allow you to mimic the look of some of Fujifilm’s classic analog film such as Provia, Astia, and Velvia. Wifi connectivity is built into the camera which allows for instant sharing of images directly to your phone for quick sharing on Instagram, etc.. Lastly, those wanting to capture video with the T-X10 can do so with up to 8 fps continuous shooting and full HD 1080p/60 video recording.
The X-T10 is available for pre-order now in black or silver/black for $800.00 USD (body only), $900.00 USD with a 16-50mm lens, or $1,100.00 USD with an 18-55mm lens. Not a bad deal considering the X-T1 comes in about $1,200.00 USD just for the body alone.