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The New Mirrorless Camera: Fujifilm’s X-T10

With no 4K video though

Nicole Billitz
The New Mirrorless Camera: Fujifilm’s X-T10 © 2017 Fujifilm

Brand new and on the scene, the X-T10, also a little brother to the intense, high-end X-T1, features a lighter, sleeker design with a mid-range price, designed for intermediate-level photographers.

Brand new and on the scene, the X-T10, also a little brother to the intense, high-end X-T1, features a lighter, sleeker design with a mid-range price, designed for intermediate-level photographers.

Packing the same 16.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS chip as it’s big brother, it guarantees a big, beautiful image of top quality. There is also effective noise reduction and ideal low-light situations. This means that this mirrorless camera has a fully expanded ISO range from 100 to 51,200 (or in native: 200-6400). On top of that, it has a continuous shooting rate of 8 frames per second.

It has a unique sensoring system that allows for phase-detection autofocus pixels and is powered by the new, powerful EXR Processor II image processor. The camera also has a pretty snazzy start up time of 0.5 seconds for ready-to-shoot, and has a shutter lag of only 0.005 seconds.

Why they callin’ it Intelligent Hybrid AF? Easy, because it has a responsive autofocus system that uses both contrast and phrase detection methods to make sure the focus is there in as little as 0.06 seconds (which is even faster than the X-T1). There are six autofocus modes to make you happy, give you more control and achieve a sharp focus.

Basically, this mirrorless camera is totally capable of capturing fast-moving objects and actions. AND it has Full HD 1080 pixel video recording up to 60 fps (but that’s kinda a snooze, 4K or bust).

As for the electronic viewfinder, it has the same 2.36M-dot high-resolution OLED display. The EVF gives 100% field of view coverage, although it does have a lower magnification ratio of 0.62x, as opposed to the 0.77x on the X-T1. Not to fear though, it has the “Real Time Viewfinder”, same as it’s brother, with a lightning fast (pew-pew) 0.005 seconds refresh rate. It also has a pretty cool add on to the EVF, which gives it the ability to disable film simulation effects and all the filters, to ensure a natural view scene that perfectly replicates the view from your eyeballs. Also, obviously, the EVF can adjust brightness according to ambient light levels.

Basically, this mirrorless camera is totally capable of capturing fast-moving objects and actions. AND it has Full HD 1080 pixel video recording up to 60 fps (but that’s kinda a snooze, 4K or bust). If it makes the difference, though, it does have Built-In Wi-Fi though.

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