Fujifilm announces new compact XF10: Featuring a 28mm equiv. f/2.8 lens, 24MP APS-C sensor and more
posted Thursday, July 19, 2018 at 12:00 AM EST
After discontinuing the Fujifilm X70, there has been something of a hole in the X Series lineup for users looking for a compact fixed-lens camera that costs less than the $1,000-plus price tag of the X100F. No longer, with the new Fuji XF10. The XF10 utilizes an 18.5mm (28mm equivalent) f/2.8 built-in lens, like the X70, but includes a 24.2-megapixel APS-C CMOS Bayer sensor in lieu of the 16-megapixel X-Trans sensor.
Other modern additions include a 3-inch touchscreen display, a smaller joystick control instead of an array of directional buttons, a new 1:1 "Square Mode" functionality and some new Advanced Filters for users looking to get creative without needing to make edits on their computers or smartphones. The XF10 also includes built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
There is also 4K video recording, although it comes with a maximum frame rate of just 15 frames per second. To learn about the other new features in the XF10 and find out if it's the right camera for you, head on over to our Fujifilm XF10 preview. Stay tuned to Imaging Resource for more information on the camera as we near its August release.