Fujifilm X-T10 – Smaller Still

Complete with a lightweight but sturdy body, the less expensive Fujifilm X-T10 is equipped with the same sensor as the original Fujifilm X-T1 and is compatible with 18 Fujinon interchangeable lenses. However, inside is a new AF system, offering the conventional 49-point Single Point mode for high speed and precision, as well as new Zone and Wide/Tracking modes that use a larger 77-point focal area to capture moving subjects. And autofocus performance has been generally improved as well.

The X-T10 provides ISO settings up to 51,200, while the digital viewfinder has a magnification of 0.62x and a 2.36 million dot display. Shutter lag is just 0.005 seconds. Other features include Lens Modulation Optimser (LMO) image processing technology which corrects optical defects such as diffraction to achieve edge-to-edge image sharpness; HD movies at up to 60 fps, and wi-fi shooting from a smartphone or tablet using the free Fujifilm Camera Remote app. For more information visit www.fujifilm.com.au.

Peter Eastway G. M. Photog., MNZIPP, Hon. FAIPP, Hon. FNZIPP, FAIPP

Peter Eastway is a contemporary Australian photographer who is known internationally for his landscape and travel work. Peter has been involved in photographic magazine publishing for over 30 years, establishing his own title, Australia’s Better Photography Magazine, in 1995. It is now one of Australia’s leading photography magazines.

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