Smaller, lighter, but packs just as much punch as the X-T1. A great combination of value and performance.
Autofocus Single Point AF: 49 areas on a 7x7 grid, Zone AF: selectable with 3x3 / 5x3 / 5x5 areas from 77 areas on an 11x7 grid, Wide/Tracking AF: automatic selection from 77 areas on an 11x7 grid // Image Quality RAW and JPEG // LCD Monitor 3.0-inch, approx. 920K-dot tilt-type color LCD // Viewfinder 0.39-inch, approx. 2.360K-dot OLED color viewfinder, coverage of viewing vs. capturing area: approx. 100%, magnification: 0.62x with 50mm lens (35mm equiv.), built-in eye sensor // ISO Auto, ISO 200 – 6,400 (standard), up to 51,200 (extended) // Storage 1x SD/SDHC/SDXC card // Connectivity 1x Micro-USB 2.0, 1x Micro-HDMI Type-D, 802.11b/g/n // Dimensions 118.4 (W) x 82.8 (H) x 40.8 (D) mm // Weight 331g (body only) // Warranty 1-year // Contact FUJIFILM (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd // Telephone (03) 5569 8388 // URL www.fujifilm.com.my face, as opposed to holding it arm’s length.
In terms of menu systems, there’s no change from the X-T1. The Quick menu is imported over to the X-T10, which means you can easily adjust most settings from there. In fact, no less than 27 options can be assigned to the Quick menu, so this is one camera that you can certainly customize to be just the way you want it.
In terms of physical controls, the X-T10 is quite a bit more streamlined than its older brother. Drive modes are now combined with the mode dial. The dial for adjusting ISO sensitivity as well as the one for metering modes are both gone, but they can be set to the aforementioned Quick menu, which is just as accessible in practice.
The final difference from the X-T1 is that there is now dedicated switch to put the camera in “Auto” mode (or Advanced SR Auto mode as FUJIFILM calls it). FUJIFILM explains this as a provision for the times when you want to hand the camera to someone else to quickly take a photograph for you, yet want to be certain the photo will at least be properly exposed.
Simply put, taking pictures with the X-T10 is a joy. Paired with the XF18-55 kit lens, the camera feels to be just about the right size and weight to bring anywhere with you, and you certainly get your fair share of admirers when you pull it out. The X-T10 is extremely responsive, and once you set up the Quick menu, your most accessed functions can be changed from just one screen.
Thanks to its improved autofocus system which gives you 49 focus points on a 7x7 grid across the entire frame in single focus point mode and an even wider 77 areas on a 11x7 grid in Zone AF and Wide/ Tracking AF modes, getting your focus on just the right spot fairly easy.
Much like with the X-T1 before it, images are vibrant with color. Dynamic range is also quite impressive to say the least, with plenty of detail that can be brought out in post. The high ISO performance is also very good, with images taken at ISO 12,800 usable straight out of camera. Another winner for sure.