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|Viewfinder Magnification||Approx. 0.62x|
|Viewfinder Eye Point||17.5 mm|
|Viewfinder Pixel Count||2,360,000|
|Display Screen||3" Rear Screen Tilting LCD (920,000)|
|Diopter Adjustment||- 4 to +2 m|
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Humidity: 10 - 80%
|AC Power Adapter||AC-9V Power Adapter (Optional)|
|Battery||1x NP-W126 Rechargeable Lithium-ion Battery Pack, 7.2 VDC, 1260 mAh|
|Weight||13.44 oz / 381 g with battery and memory card|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||4.7 x 3.3 x 1.6" / 118.4 x 82.8 x 40.8 mm|
|Connectivity||2.5mm Sub-mini (2-Ring), HDMI D (Micro), Micro-USB, USB 2.0|
|Start-up Time||0.5 seconds|
|Shutter Lag||0.005 seconds|
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 8 fps|
|Self Timer||10 seconds, 2 seconds|
|Sensor Type / Size||CMOS, 23.6 x 15.6 mm|
|Camera Format||APS-C (1.5x Crop Factor)|
|Memory Card Type||SD
|Dust Reduction System||Yes|
|File Formats||Still Images: JPEG, RAW
Movies: H.264, MOV
Audio: Linear PCM (Stereo)
|Lens Mount||Fujifilm X Mount|
|Pixels||Actual: 16.7 Megapixel
Effective: 16.3 Megapixel
|Max Resolution||4896 x 3264|
|Aspect Ratio||1:1, 3:2, 16:9|
|Autofocus Points||Contrast Detection: 77
Phase Detection: 15
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Focus Mode||Continuous-servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M), Single-servo AF (S)|
Forced On/Red-eye Reduction
Rear Curtain Sync/Red-eye Reduction
Slow Sync/Red-eye Reduction
|Guide No.||16.4' (5 m) ISO100|
|Max Sync Speed||1 / 180 seconds|
|Dedicated Flash System||TTL|
|External Flash Connection||Hot Shoe|
|White Balance Modes||Automatic Scene Recognition, Color Temperature, Custom, Fine, Fluorescent (Cool White), Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White), Incandescent, Shade, Underwater|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Compensation: -3 EV to +3 EV (in 1/3 EV steps)
|Metering Method||Average metering, Multiple, Spot metering|
|Remote Control||RR-90 (Optional)|
|Shutter||Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 30 - 1/4000 second
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 4 - 1/4000 second in Program Mode
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 30 - 1/4000 second in Time Mode
Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 60 - 0 minutes in Bulb Mode
Speed: 1 - 1/32000 second
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto, 200-6400 (Extended Mode: 100-51200)|
|Burst Rate||Up to 8 fps at 16.3 MP for up to 8 frames
Up to 3 fps at 16.3 MP
|Audio Recording||Built-in Mic: With Video, Stereo
Optional External Mic: With Video, Stereo
|Video Clip Length||Up to 27 Min|
|Resolution||1920 x 1080: 60 fps, 50 fps, 30 fps, 25 fps, 24 fps
1280 x 720: 60 fps, 50 fps, 30 fps, 25 fps, 24 fps
The goal of the X-T10 was to create a parred-down version of the X-T1 which features a lower price tag without sacrificing too much of its bigger brother’s functionality. On the whole, it’s safe to say that it’s a success – while there may have been some compromises made, the X-T10 certainly fits in...
Impressive viewfinder; Well-designed and compact body; Host of manual control dials help shooting experience
Video quality somewhat lacking; LCD doesn’t feature touch functionality; ISO range restricted in Raw capture mode
The mirrorless X-T10 is the best camera Fujifilm offers at a sub-$1,000 price point, but its burst shooting duration is disappointing.
Excellent image quality. 7.8fps shooting rate. Very good controls. Integrated flash and hot shoe. Sharp EVF. Tilting rear display. Solid build quality. Several film emulation modes. Wi-Fi.
Very limited burst shooting duration. High ISO limited to JPG only. Lower resolution compared with others in its class. Pricey.
Fujifilm's excellent X-Trans sensor comes wrapped in an $800 package with the X-T10.
Compact magensium alloy body, Multiple physical controls, Electronic viewfinder and tilting LCD screen, Fast autofocus, Excelent image quality with high level of detail
Slower flash sync speed, Record button hard to push, Limited burst speed buffer (7 RAW files), No ISO dial
The Fujifilm X-T10 is a well-built, highly customizable camera with retro-styling and plenty of physical controls. It offers incredibly-pleasing JPEGs, out of camera, and decent Raw files. Image quality is good, in low and bright light.
JPEGs offer pleasing colors, Good image quality at both low and high ISOs, Ample physical controls make for an engaging shooting experience, Solid build quality, while still maintaining a light weight, Film Simulation modes are practical and a lot of fun to use, On-sensor PDAF provides fast and...
Buffer during 8 fps burst is very limited, Maximum ISO limited to 6400 when shooting Raw, Face detect and subject tracking in continuous AF too slow and erratic to be useful, Poor video quality, Over-sensitive eye sensor, No touchscreen, 16MP sensor is out resolved by the the many of the X-T10's...
The Fujifilm X-T10 is the perfect camera for the Fuji shooter looking for a lighter and more portable body to fill out their system, but it’s also a perfect body for shooters of DSLRs to boot.
Fujifilm's XT10 brings the superb image quality of the higher-end XT1 to a smaller, lighter and much more affordable body. The combination of Fujifilm's unique sensor, faithful image processing and superb lenses makes it easy to capture great-looking images straight-out-of-camera without...
Basic movie quality and capabilities., No touchscreen., No RAW at 100 ISO. RAW starts at 200 ISO., Basic three-frame AE bracketing., Microphone input uses 2.5mm jack.
A year after the X-T1 gave a great demonstration of how modern technology and a vintage design could co-exist, the Fuji X-T10 is here to show how much the same thing can be achieved at a significantly more affordable pricetag.
Smaller, lighter body than flagship X-T1; Plenty of external controls; Bright and high-res electronic viewfinder; Great still image quality even at high sensitivity; Good all-around performance; Capable Wi-Fi remote control; Good kit-lens options
Handgrip is rather shallow; Movie button is hard to press; JPEGs have limited dynamic range by default; Indoor white balance tends rather warm; Limited burst depth even for JPEG; Penalizes early shutter button press; Movie image quality lags the competition
The Fujifilm X-T10 is a fantastic enthusiast level ILC. Sporting the 16-Megapixel X-Trans imaging sensor, EXR Processor II, Full 1080p HD video and total shooting control on the camera make it lots of fun to use. Performance and image quality will not let you down either.
Switch for easy access to SR+ Auto and all other shooting modes, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, 3 setting dials and 2 command dials let you adjust your shooting settings quickly while shooting, Excellent image quality, Great performance from both the AF and Burst shooting,...
Maximum ISO settings are not really useable, Video recording button was hard to press and start recording, Price is a little on the high end for an enthusiast model
The Fuji X-T10 pairs a 16 megapixels X-Trans CMOS II sensor with a speedy EXR II processor. This capable combination delivers class-leading image-quality when it comes to noise, retention of details and also dynamic-range.
Extremely low image noise up to ISO 6400, Excellent retention of details and sharpness, Superb dynamic-range, Very reliable metering, Natural image colors, Good automatic white-balance, Excellent EVF, Plenty of direct controls, Excellent build quality
Autofocus gets slow in low-light, Slow continuous AF, Not Exposure-Priority, No direct ISO control, Video recording delay, Visible motion artifacts in video, Soft control-dial detents, Soft aperture detents With all current XF-mount lenses
Last year, Fujifilm introduced the X-T1 , a tremendous camera that was designed from the ground up to appeal to serious photographers. It had great image quality, great ergonomics, and a class-leading viewfinder. It easily became my favorite camera of the year.
Compact design with a lot of controls, Bright, sharp viewfinder, Excellent image quality
Poor video quality and options, No USB charging, No weather sealing
After 1k exposures with this, my first Fuji body in 30+ years, and the exceptional XF Fuji lenses: (16-55, 35, 56, & 90).. I can offer the followingThis is a fabulous body to host the Fuji lenses...
So far so good. Works great! Really high quality and excellent value These are fantastic Highly recommend. it's cheap. Totally worth it. money well spent
Got this camera for Christmas. After doing research, I knew I wanted this Fugifilm instead of comparable Sony models. The auto mode is good, but this camera really shines when you use it in the different manual modes. My package came as a bundle with a case, Joby strap, a flash, extra battery, etc.
Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Short introduction: I got my first serious camera in 2011, the Nikon D90. I loved it for its capabilities (coming from a point&shoot) and reliability. However, as time went by and as I collected a few lenses, the whole system became a burden to carry considering my amateur needs (even if I'd take...
Amazing! Worth the purchase. The 18-55 is great for beginner photographers just exploring manual world.
It's light weight. Love the film simulation. I am putting away all my Nikon gears
excellent. High Quality. It fits perfectly. a little pricey but worth the money.
Awesome camera! This was my first camera (outside of point and shoot cameras) and I really like it. I always do a lot of research before purchasing expensive items. Love this high quality camera!
I shoot professionally with Canon gear but sometimes don't want to deal with the weight and logistics of loading all of it for a day trip where I may or may not decide to shoot. I was looking for something with a small footprint and could be as manual or automatic as I wanted without weighing down...
I got rid of my full frame sensor beast of a camera and lenses and upgraded to Fuji's X-T10, I take this camera out with me more--it's a bit more low-key than my old camera allowing for some great candids.