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FUJIFILM X-T10

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TIPA Awards 2016

TIPA BEST MIRRORLESS CSC ENTRY LEVEL Award - The "FUJIFILM X-T10" Mirrorless Digital Camera

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April 18, 2016

"If you’re looking for the best mirrorless camera for under $1,000, Fujifilm’s X-T10 is it. It takes great photos in all kinds of light, has a fast and reliable autofocus system, and is a ton of fun to shoot pictures with. The X-T10 has something that a lot of modern cameras lack: a direct connection between the camera and the photographer, thanks to its copious controls and straightforward shooting experience."

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September 2015

"The Fujifilm X-T10 includes the best bits of last year's award-winning X-T1 in a smaller body and at a lower price. It has top-plate drive mode, shutter speed and exposure compensation dials, and most lenses feature aperture rings. The 16-million-pixel X-Trans CMOS II sensor offers excellent image quality, with particularly attractive JPEG colour reproduction. A newly-developed autofocus system is now capable of tracking moving subjects, wherever they are in the frame. This is all wrapped up in a compact, lightweight SLR-style body with an excellent 2.36-million-dot electronic viewfinder, built-in flash, and Wi-Fi for sharing images. It's a great, lighter-weight alternative to a DSLR."

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August 2015

"If you haven't held an X-series model, go to a camera store and check it out. It may open your eyes to a different way of capturing images - or bring you back to a style of shooting you've missed. We enjoyed our time with the X-T10 and think many of you will too."

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August 2015

"In summary, the Fujifilm X-T10 is a beautifully designed digital camera that is a pleasure to use and produces excellent image quality that rivals and even bests some enthusiast and top-end DSLRs. With its very good handling, direct control dials, huge viewfinder and fast AF, it is a great budget-friendly alternative to the X-T1. Highly recommended."

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July 7, 2015

"The Fujifilm X-T10 successfully repackages most of the core features of the flagship X-T1 camera into a smaller, lighter and cheaper body, and it's also the first X-series camera to benefit from the brand new auto-focusing system, resulting in a mid-range camera that offers a lot of advanced functionality."

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June 1, 2015

"The coolest feature about the X-T10 is the switch that when flicked, turns the camera into a point and shoot. Full auto with scene detection ability. For instance when you go from shooting a wide reaching landscape to taking a macro shot of a dandelion."

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May 18, 2015

"Shooting with it was weird because it looks like the X-T1, but once you start shooting with it, the X-T10 has its own unique shooting 'feel'. The size, the weight, the dial and button positions; everything feels familiar but different. If you've been shooting with Fuji X series cameras for a while, you'll quickly and easily feel right at home with the X-T10."

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May 17, 2015

"The X-T10 is more than an X-T1 'lite'. Given its advanced features and the great X-trans sensor, the X-T10 can easily serve as a backup or second body for many professionals. It is also excellent for street photography, with either the XF18mm or XF27mm lenses attached. With the electronic shutter switched on, the X-T10 is completely silent. On the street or in many travel situations, this discretion will come in very handy. As you can see from the eclectic selection of photos in this post, the X-T10 is a capable tool for many types of photography."

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May 17, 2015

"The auto focus was snappy and fairly accurate... Pair this with the XF18mm/2 or XF27/2.8 and you have a very, very small street shooter camera with great image quality."

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May 17, 2015

"Who should buy it?... For the smallest Fuji camera available with the most up to date feature set, this is you camera."

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May 17, 2015

"It's fairly commonplace for camera companies to follow up successful launches of high-end products, such as the X-T1, with a slightly-stripped down, more reasonably-priced alternative that uses many of the same components; a younger sibling, if you will. The Fujifilm X-T10 is exactly that."

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May 2015