The Fujifilm X-T10 Review – A small powerhouse

jonasrask|photography

It’s May 2015, and today the world has seen the launch of yet another great X-series camera from FUJIFILM. The X-T10 is the newest addition to the “T” series, which started with the introduction of the X-T1. With its smaller physical footprint it might not seem like much, but don’t let the size fool you. Beneath the modest exterior there is a full spec professional X-series camera.

Thanks to FUJIFILM and its Nordic division, I was able to test out a pre-production sample camera, and really put it through its paces.

DISCLAIMER: The camera tested is a pre-production sample. Changes to firmware and specifications might still occur in the production model. Image quality might not be final either. All sample images from the X-T10 are resized to 2048px at the widest.

Aimed at the young creative students, the serious hobbyists, and as a professionals “carry-round” the X-T10 screams diversity of usage. Everything from the build to…

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