Don’t buy the Fujifilm X-T10 if you will only leave it in automatic mode. You’d be wasting your money and missing the camera’s entire appeal.
The X-T10 is for people who understand (or want to learn) the intricacies of manually adjusting camera settings. At $800 for the body and $1,100 with an 18-55mm kit lens (what I tested), it’s built for professionals who abhor touchscreens and love physical buttons and dials.
The camera also takes beautiful photos just like its more expensive big brother, the $1,200 X-T1.
Usually, when a company tries to sell you a cheaper version of its flagship product, corners are cut big time. The X-T10 retains most of the X-T1’s key features. It has a 16-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II image processor, shoots 8 frames per second (fps) in burst mode and records video in various frame rates including 1080p full HD (60 fps). Read more…