Fujifilm unveils X-T10
Fujifilm unveils X-T10

Fujifilm has announced a new camera in its long line of X-series interchangeable lens cameras. The new X-T10 is practically a minor upgrade from last year's X-T1 as expected. For those who are keenly interested in digital photography and want a lightweight camera, this new launch could be an option. The camera has a new 77-point AF system in addition to an electronic real time view finder with a nearly unnoticeable small 0.005 second lag.

The new auto focus system includes the standard 49 point AF mode for precision focusing and a new 77 point area for tracking objects, moving fast in new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes. Fujifilm talked a lot about this feature in the X-T10.

These features may not seem new since it is the exact ‘new AF system’ that Fujifilm is introducing in the older X-T1 via a firmware upgrade. It will bolster to X-T1 owners that they will definitely have this feature and on the other hand, this makes the X-T10 somewhat common in the process.

In point of fact, the X-T10 has the same APS-C 16.3 megapixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor, the one on the X-T1; this will make it even less upgraded. However, it just has that same feature; otherwise it’s not a thing to be considered bad. The camera is able to shoot Full HD videos even in the very smooth 60 fps rates.

One feature which is considered to be quite interesting is the electronic real time view finder, capable of a magnification of 0.62x. There is some lag, however it will be hardly observed at 0.005 seconds. The view finder has a 2.36 million dot organic EL display and its information automatically adjusts itself on the basis of the vertical or horizontal orientation of the camera itself.

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