It may seem natural to compare the X-T10 to the X-T1; it is essentially a stripped down version of Fujifilm’s flagship ILC. But to me it seems more sensible to compare the X-T10 to other offerings from Fujifilm with similar price-points. After all, the main appeal of the X-T10 is it offers a very similar shooting experience, and nearly identical guts to the X-T1, but at a lesser cost. If you have the cash to choose between the two, it goes without saying that the more robust, weather-sealed body of the X-T1, and its higher-res EVF, makes it the obvious choice, at least for most people. I’ve been shooting around with the X-T10 for some time now, and despite having a fairly wide selection of X-mount glass in the DPReview cupboard, I’ve found myself gravitating toward shooting with the 27mm F2.8 pancake lens the most. This is because the 40mm equivalent field of view, coupled with a Fujifilm X-Trans APS-C sensor feels quite familiar — my personal camera is an X100T, which has a fixed 35mm equiv. field of view…….