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  • […] ← First Look at the Fuji XF 23mm f/1.4 R Lens Full Review of the New Rugged Fuji X-T10 Camera → […]

  • […] Last week, I posted my review of the new firmware update for the Fuji X-T1 which dramatically improves the camera’s autofocus system. I need to fess up, though. I wasn’t just trying out the new firmware, I’ve actually been testing … Continue reading →  […]

  • […] Last week, I posted my review of the new firmware update for the Fuji X-T1 which dramatically improves the camera’s autofocus system. I need to fess up, though. I wasn’t just trying out the new firmware, I’ve actually been testing a whole new camera: the new Fuji X-T10. Announced this week, the X-T10 is basically a stripped down, non-weather sealed version of the X-T1, and man, is it a little hot rod! Aimed at enthusiasts and budget minded photographers, this is a powerful and budget friendly entry into the Fuji system, and it makes for an awesome, lightweight adventure camera. Retaining most of what makes the X-T1 so great, and leaving off just a couple things to give it a more affordable price tag, the X-T10 brings top level X Series performance for only $799 (body only) or slightly more if you pair it with a lens. Based on how well the X-T1 has been received and how well this one performs, I’d say this is the mirrorless camera that many people have been waiting for. It seems like a very smart move on Fuji’s part. It has the same 16.3 MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor as the X-T1, so it produces identical image quality. It’s also built tough with an all metal SLR style body, Vari-Angle tilt LCD screen and a center-positioned viewfinder. Best part of all, the X-T10 comes already loaded with the new v.4.0 firmware. This means it has the exact same, highly improved AF system as the top shelf X-T1……  […]

  • […] Last week, I posted my review of the new firmware update for the Fuji X-T1 which dramatically improves the camera’s autofocus system. I need to fess up, though. I wasn’t just trying out the new firmware, I’ve actually been testing a whole new camera: the new Fuji X-T10.Announced this week, the X-T10 is basically a stripped down, non-weather sealed version of the X-T1, and man, is it a little hot rod! Aimed at enthusiasts and budget minded photographers, this is a powerful and budget friendly entry into the Fuji system, and it makes for an awesome, lightweight adventure camera.  […]

  • […] Last week, I posted my review of the new firmware update for the Fuji X-T1 which dramatically improves the camera’s autofocus system. I need to fess up, though.  […]

  • Sungsu cho says:

    good

  • […] Full Preview and comparison with X-E2 and X-T1 by bigheadtaco – youtube / Review at danbaileyphoto / Spanish Review at fuji-xperience (translation) / First Impressions at the Spanish site Fujistas […]

  • […] just switch and ride for awhile with a different lens and see what I get. Both the Fuji X-T1 and X-T10 are light enough to ride with the camera slung around my shoulder, if it’s not too […]

  • Giuseppe says:

    Can you please tell me which lens did you use for this review?
    Thanks and regards,
    Giuseppe

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Giuseppe, I used a few different lenses for this review- The Fuji XF 14mm f/2.8, the 35mm f/1.4 and the 18-135mm weather sealed lens.

  • […] couple of weeks ago, I posted my full review of the new Fuji X-T10, which hits stores in just over a week (June 18.) I’ve been so impressed with this little […]

  • […] had my new Fuji X-T10, which is an amazing little camera (read my full review here) he had his new Olympus OM-D EM-1, which he recently upgraded to from the Nikon D90. (Olympus just […]

  • […] similar in design and operation, the X-T10 is an ideal backup or second camera for X-T1 users. Read my full review of the X-T10 here. You can also check out the dedicated X-T10 site […]

  • Joe Watterson says:

    I recently bought the xT10 18/135 lens
    I would like a good polo riser and extra battery
    Can I purchase this on your website?
    Cell 1-415-5250132 Joe Watterson San Francisco

  • Dan Bailey says:

    Hi Joe. I don’t sell anything directly on the site, but you can always use my Amazon affiliate link or my B&H affiliate link to order any gear that you need. How are you liking the X-T10 so far?

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