Fujifilm X-T10 Interchangeable Lens Camera Launched For $800

Posted: May 18 2015, 6:23am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Fujifilm X-T10 Interchangeable Lens Camera Launched for $800
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  • Fujifilm Have Announced Their X-T10 Which Has A New AF System

Fujifilm have added another camera to the X series and this time around it is the X-T10 which has a high speed EVF and a new AF system.

Now Fujifilm has finally revealed the latest member in the long line of X-series. The cameras in the X-series are interchangeable lens cameras. The new X-T10 has a pretty minor upgrade from last year’s X-T1. If you are a digital photography enthusiast then you should direct you attention towards this camera.

This new model is packed with a host of new features. This new camera includes a new 77 point AF system and an electronic real time view finder and it has a small 0.005 second lag. The autofocus has been majorly improved.

In the new X-T10 the camera has a standard 49 point AF mode which is there for precision focusing and has a new 77 point area for tracking fast moving objects in new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes.

If these features sound all similar to you, then that is because all of these features are going to be included in the older X-T1 through a firmware upgrade. The X-T10 users will get the latest device with the latest features.

But on the other hand when the older device will have the same features after the firm upgrade, it will make the X-T10 less unique. The new X-T10 uses the same APS-C 16.3 MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor which is also found in the X-T1.

These same features don’t make the X-T10 look bad just makes it look not new. The X-T10 will be more accurate in filtering out fake colors. This new camera will allow to shoot in Full HD mode with a very smooth 60 fps. And the new electronic real time view finder is also very good.

The new camera is also able to magnify up to 0.62x. The camera is also composed of a 2.36 million dot organic EL display. The good thing about the view finder is that its information automatically orients itself depending upon on the horizontal or vertical orientation of the camera itself. 

Source: Fujifilm

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