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Fujifilm X-T10 Delivers An X-T1 Experience For Less Than $1K

Fujifilm X-T10 Camera

When Fujifilm released its flagship X-T1 camera last winter, you may have salivated over the camera’s features but choked a bit at the $1,300 starting price tag.

Well, prepare to drool again, because today Fujifilm has announced the release of the new X-T10, which is a smaller version of the X-T1 with a lot of the same components. Even better, this camera is available at a starting price point of $900 with a 16-50mm f 3.5-5.6 lens, $1,100 with 18-55mm f2.8-4 lens, or $800 for the body-only.

The X-T10 has the same sensor as the X-T1 (16.3MP X-Trans CMOS II, a few more MP than the Canon XC10), with a slightly smaller viewfinder and less burst storage capacity. CNET compares the X-T10 to the X-T1 with the Sony Alpha A6000 as reference, so you can see for yourself that the X-T10 is a very similar experience to the slightly more expensive flagship camera.

The X-T10 will have Fuji’s latest creative modes, which includes a Fujifilm Film Simulation mode that is exactly what it sounds like – it simulates various film processing techniques represented in Fujifilm’s traditional film types.

The x-T10 will also integrate Fujifilm’s new autofocus (AF) technology, the same tech that is included in the upcoming firmware update to the X-T1 in the below video. Fujifilm stated in their press release that the AF will deliver “a smoother and more natural experience” when shooting video, as well as take superior action shots. The X-T10 and the aforementioned AF update will be available in June.

Are you going to pick up the X-T10? Are you happy with the X-T1? Do you have another camera entirely that you think is a better option than both? Let us know in the comments section below!

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