The Fujifilm X-T10 has been rumored for a few months now, and so we are thankful that the company has finally outed this interchangeable lens camera. Not only do we now know its official specs, but also its $800 price tag. That’s not all, as we have already started to see a few early reviews based on the pre-production model that people had the opportunity to test out.
Even though these Fujifilm X-T10 reviews are based on the pre-production model, it is worth pointing out that it is very close to the final production model. We now know this camera comes with a 16.3-megapixel sensor of the APS-C X-Trans CMOS II variety.
Those who have had the opportunity to handle the camera came away feeling rather impressed, as the key benefits are compact hardware, lightweight, solid design and pretty decent performance.
DPReview has done some extensive testing to see how well the X-T10 performs, and have also highlighted with the image you see above just how small this camera is. We also love how we get to see some real-life sample photos taken from this latest model.
TechRadar has also been hands-on and has broken its review into three sections, introduction and features, build and handling, and performance.
We cannot wait until we see the first round of Fujifilm X-T10 video reviews, so until then, we hope these two examples above will suffice.