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Fujifilm’s X-T10 is a great low-cost entry into Fuji’s line of X-Trans sensor interchangeable-lens cameras. You can now get the same great mage quality of the company’s flagship X-T1 for just half the price. In fact, for only US$1,000 you can get the new X-T10 with a good-quality 18-55mm kit zoom, which is US$300 less than even the non-interchangeable X100T. All with that great Fujifilm image quality.
Compared to its bigger-brother X-T1, the new X-T10 has the same sensor, same processor, same tilting rear LCD, same autofocus and same electronic viewfinder (EVF) although at a lower magnification. The body is smaller and lighter, but not fully magnesium. It has fewer controls and can’t shoot bursts as long in continuous mode. Regardless, it’s a great way to get started in the Fujifilm line or as a second body.
Gordon says the Fujifilm cameras have the best JPEG images straight-out-of-camera and Doug loves Fuji’s unique style of controls.
Read Gordon’s full-length review on CameraLabs.com.