The Fujifilm X-T10 is essentially a stripped-down X-T1, but can it manage the same level of image quality? See for yourself in our Fujifilm X-T10 review sample image gallery
Fujifilm’s X series has proved to be one of the real success stories in the CSC market in recent years. The first camera in the series was the X100, launched in September of 2010 before reaching the market the following spring. The X100 received almost universal critical acclaim, as have generally the following 15 models.
The winning formula of the series is the combination of retro design with cutting-edge technology, with many of the cameras featuring hybrid viewfinders and X-trans sensor technology.
The Fujifilm X-T1 was arguably the manufacturer’s most successful model yet, earning rave reviews for its excellent image quality and appealing build. It’s perhaps unsurprising therefore that Fujifilm should look to build upon the success of its most acclaimed camera to date, and it has done exactly that with the X-T10.
The model is essentially a scaled-back version of the X-T1, inheriting a host of its bigger brother’s core features. Amongst these are the X-T1’s EXR Processor II as well as, perhaps most importantly, the same 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor complete with on-chip phase-detection pixels to assist the autofocus performance.
In theory then the X-T10 should be capable of delivering a similarly high level of image quality. You can see if it delivers on this potential here in our Fujifilm X-T10 review sample image gallery.
Also, if you want to read the full verdict for yourself you can in our Fujifilm X-T10 full review.