Fujifilm X-T10 Field Test: Classic style, modern features
posted Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 6:25 PM EDT
Our favorite Maine-based landscape and nature photographer Jeremy Gray is back once again with another in-depth Field Test, this time taking the brand-new Fuji X-T10 out for a spin. Spending some quality time with the much-lauded Fuji X-T1's little brother, Jeremy dives in to discuss both the good and bad for this modern-yet-retro mirrorless camera.
The new X-T10 is aimed more at mid-range, intermediate-level photographers and sports a smaller, lighter body design, a quick one-touch switch for a fully automatic shooting mode, as well as a pop-up flash. Under the hood, however, the X-T10 shares a lot with its beefier sibling, including the same 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans II CMOS chip with on-sensor phase-detect autofocus pixels and EXR Processor II image processor, for quick performance both with burst shooting and autofocus.
In his Field Test, Jeremy takes the Fuji X-T10 out for some landscape and wildlife shooting, in both daylight and at night, using the XF 18-55mm f/2.8-4 R kit lens as well as their new 50-140mm f/2.8 R telephoto zoom. From his report, the overall experience was very positive. The X-T10 has a lot going for it, especially if you want a flexible and customizable camera as well as a great tool to learn the ins-and-outs of photography.
For all the detail, jump over to our Fuji X-T10 Field Test, and be sure check Jeremy's vast array of real-world gallery shots, including various comparisons of high ISO noise reduction processing and in-camera filter effects.