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The Fujifilm X-T10 is a stylish mirrorless camera with a robust yet lightweight Magnesium Alloy body. It features a 16MP X-Trans CMOS II sensor plus EXR Processor II (the same as the X-T1), 3-inch 920k dot tilting LCD, 2.36M dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder, Wi-Fi connectivity and a new AF system with Zone and Wide/Tracking modes that track subject movement across a larger 77-point area.
The design of the compact and lightweight body bears all the hallmarks of an X Series camera. Both top and base plates are made of a lightweight, but highly rigid, die-cast magnesium. The top plate features three precision-milled aluminium dials which give the FUJIFILM X-T10 a premium feel and allow users to intuitively adjust the combination of aperture, shutter speed and shooting functions while concentrating on picture taking.
New AF system
The FUJIFILM X-T10 uses a brand new AF system. It offers the conventional 49-point Single Point mode for high speed and precision, as well as new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes that track subject movement across a larger 77-point area, substantially improving the camera's ability to capture moving subjects.
With 80 years of expertise in film development, Fujifilm is passionate about colour, and the result can be clearly seen in the FUJIFILM X-T10's evolved Film Simulation settings. Allowing you to create brilliant images without the need for lengthy post-production, users can switch between beautiful styles just as easily as choosing a roll of film. The expanded range of modes now includes CLASSIC CHROME, which was developed to meet the demands of Fujifilm X-Photographers worldwide.
With a magnification of 0.62x and a display lag time of just 0.005sec, the FUJIFILM X-T10 has the large and fast viewfinder. It offers a clear, high-definition live view thanks to the new 2.36M-dot organic EL electronic viewfinder, plus visibility has been improved by automatically controlling finder brightness according to the ambient light levels. See exactly what you are about to capture BEFORE you press the shutter button.
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