The Fujifilm X-T1, presented in early 2014, is one of the mirrorless cameras with more power in the market. Among its most notable features were the rapid viewfinder that put it to compete in high-speed photography categories, in addition to its dials that allow you to control quickly and easily all the exposure features. This year, Fujifilm has a camera with the same power in a more compact and simplified body for entry users: the X-T10.
As reported by DPReview, the X-T10 has the same APSC X-Trans sensor of 16 Megapixel, the company’s flagship, with an EXR II processor and also has an OLED viewfinder 2.36 million points and a foldable LCD 3-inch screen. The new body simplifies the different dials of the X-T1 putting only three discs on top: Capture modes (left) and speed dials of shooting and exhibition (right). Furthermore, for entry-level photographers, the speed dial has a lever that automatically adjusts the exposure speed.
The camera is able to burst shoot at 8 frames per second. It also has a group of 77 AF points that can be programmed to cover areas in 3 × 3, 3 × 5, or 5 × 5 point areas for high speed shooting in tracking mode. It has a timelapse mode up to 999 pictures at intervals of one second to 24 hours. Its video function can record 1080P at 60 frames per second and has Wi-Fi connectivity that allows you to use your phone or tablet as a remote control.
We contacted the representatives of Fujifilm Colombia, who informed us that the camera will arrive to the country in late June. The basic combo will include a XC lens 16-50mm F: 3.5-5.6, and body, and will cost about 900 dollars.