Home Technology Fujifilm’s X-T10 is easy on the eyes – and easier on the...

Fujifilm’s X-T10 is easy on the eyes – and easier on the wallet


Fujifilm’s got a new DSLR camera out for those who are currently looking for a new device with an easier price tag than the legendary Fujifilm X-T1. The new camera is called the Fujifilm X-T10.

The first thing you’ll want to notice about the device is the price tag. Whereas the current X-T1 costs $1600 or so, the new X-T10 will cost no more than $1,100 – a $500 savings. While some people only pay attention to the price tag, however, you’ll need to keep in mind that the new X-T10 does come with some drawbacks. While you’ll still get the 16MP sensor that’ll shoot photos at 8fps, the same ISO settings, the same OLED eye finder of the X-T1, Wi-Fi controls, and video recording at 1080p and with 60fps, you will not find the water-resistance in the X-T10 that was part of the X-T1; you’ll have to adjust to not having a focal-plane shutter, but instead, opt for a fully electronic shutter in the X-T10.

You’ll have to also trade out the ISO dial, a focus-assist button, and the excellent handgrip of the X-T1. Focus peaking settings are still a part of the settings, but they won’t be as easily accessible as before.


If you can see past the tradeoffs, however, you’ll notice the advantages: the faster electronic shutter speed, the new live-view tiltable liquid crystal display (LCD), built-in pop-up flash, and Auto Switch. The X-T10 will still have super-fast autofocus, so you’re getting a top-performing camera with a few additional bells and whistles but a few losses as well.

Regardless of the benefits and drawbacks, as with any decision, the ultimate buying choice is yours. You can wait to see if Fujifilm drops its X-T1 price soon, but if the water resistance and manual buttons aren’t that relevant to you, the X-T10 is as close to the ideal (X-T1) as you can get.

Previous articleOcean microbes might have direct impact on climate change and atmosphere: study
Next article10,000 years old Antarctica’s Larsen B Ice Shelf will die by 2020, says NASA
An entrepreneur by birth, blogger by choice, and geek by heart. He founded Sprouts Media, a blogs/websites network company, currently owns over 10 popular web properties, to cater his passion of journalism and entrepreneurship. He is also known as an avid reader, technology enthusiast, explorer, and a broken lover. His passion for knowledge keeps him running all the time. A pure vegetarian, who believes in reincarnation & law of karma and follows the philosophy of “Live and let others Live” because all living beings have equal right on the resources of this planet. He loves to write about Technology and Social Issues on his blogs. He can be reached at nitin [at] sprouts.media.