fujifilm x-t10The Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera has been making its rounds thanks to a variety of leaks, but wonder no more because Fujifilm has officially launched the camera. The brand new X-T10 will join Fujifilm’s other mirrorless cameras but unlike its sibling the X-T1, the X-T10 will be a lot more affordable, so if you want a Fujifilm mirrorless but don’t want to splurge on the X-T1, perhaps the X-T10 might be the camera for you.


Starting things off with the sensor, the X-T10 will sport the same 16MP APS-C X-Trans II CMOS sensor as the X-T1, along with the EXR II processor which is also another shared trait of the X-T1, meaning that on paper it should be able to produce the same quality images as the X-T1, but users might have to sacrifice certain features in the process that the X-T1 has that the X-T10 does not.

It will feature a new autofocus system with 77 points with variable sizes and zones, which once again is the same autofocus system that the X-T1 will be getting in an upcoming firmware update. Photographers will also be able to shoot ISOs up to 25,600, Full HD video capture at 60fps, and according to Fujifilm the battery life on the X-T10 is good for about 350 images on a full charge.

That being said as for the differences, the X-T10 does not have a weather sealed body. There won’t be as many accessories available for the camera either, but like we said at $800 for the body-only, it isn’t as hefty an investment compared to its higher-end sibling. It is expected to be released in June where it will be available in black or silver.

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