Fujifilm X-T10 + XF16mm f1.4 – First Impressions | Jeff Carter

By | July 5, 2015

Yesterday I receive a parcel with a Fujifilm X-T10 and a Fujinon XF16mm f1.4 lens which I will be testing over the next three weeks.  After unboxing and setting up the various menus on the camera I decided to take it down to Belhaven Beach for a quick test run to see how the smaller brother to Fujifilm’s flagship X-T1 compares. My first impression was how small the X-T10 is.  Noticeably smaller than the X-T1 (and X-Pro1, which seems like a giant camera next to the X-T10) and about the same size as, if not actually smaller than, the grand daddy of the X-Series line, the X100. I will go into more detail on the specs of the X-T10 on a later blog as this is just about my initial impressions having just received the camera from Fujifilm UK but the controls are in a familiar layout, with a few exceptions, to an X-T1 and I was able to get to grips with the X-T10 very quickly.  The headline specs – 16mp X-Trans II sensor, 8 fps, high resolution EVF and the latest AF software – all help to make me feel right at home from picking up the X-T10.……


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