This is the Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera

Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera
Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera back
Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera top
Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera black
Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera black 2
The latest leaked images show theFuji X-T10 camera from all angles. Here are the detailed X-T10 specifications:

  • 16.3 MP APS-c X-Trans CMOS II sensor
  • Ultrasonic sensor cleaning system
  • Continuous AF tracking with 8 frames per second
  • 51,200 max ISO sensitivity
  • Scene auto recognition
  • 0.08s fast intelligent hybrid AF
  • 49 AF points
  • EVF: 2,360,000 dots. 0.62 x magnification and 100% coverage (lag time is 0.005s)
  • Startup time is 0.5 seconds, shutter lag is 0.05 seconds
  • Quiet and high speed electronic shutter (60 - 1/32,000)
  • 920,000 dots 3.0" LCD screen
  • Video: 1080p 60/50/30/25/24 fps (with manual exposure)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi, smartphone or tablet remote control possible
  • P/S/A/M exposure mode
  • 5 different auto bracketing modes
  • 8 different advanced filters
  • Built-in pop-up flash
  • Interval timer, time lapse functionality
  • Metal body with five dials
  • Battery: NP-W126 (350 shots per charge)
  • Kit lens: XC 16-50 mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS II
  • Size: 118.4mm x 82.8mm x 40.8mm
  • Weight 381g
  • Price: 96,000 yen (around $800)

Via Digicame-info

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  • D600 Owner

    that doesn’t look like the typical fuji product images. Lighting is different from all their others. unless this is just digital mockup by fuji (which it very well could be by the looks)

    • D600 Owner

      I must say, these look much nicer than the usual fuji body stock images. hopefully this is there new look

    • I am pretty sure those are the real product images.

      • D600 Owner

        That is good for them. Fuji needed to update the way they took product shots. Their old ones always had odd lighting and didn’t showcase the cameras as well. This new look is much better for them

  • Paco Ignacio

    Looks weird.

  • Manikandan Krishnan


    • the price has not leaked yet

      • Manikandan Krishnan

        Thanks 🙁

  • Steve Matko

    Built-in pop-up flash? Don’t see one.

    • tyger11

      See that hump? That’s not a pentaprism. 🙂

      • Corbin Dallas

        No… it’s an EVF. I’m with Steve Matko on this one… I don’t see any space for a pop-up flash, the top of the camera looks very similar to the X-T1 (which doesn’t have a pop-up flash, but does have a “hump”).

        • Tomáš Tuček

          When you look on the top, you can see thin lines on both sides of the “pentaprism” – that´s where the flash cover ends, it´s very good hidden in the lines. The same on the front sight, the cover begins on the edge of the “pentaprism”.

          • Corbin Dallas

            So you’re saying that the hotshoe and whole front part of the “pentaprism” will pop-up? I suppose it’s possible, but doesn’t seem likely.

          • Tomáš Tuček

            No, the whole top part around the hotshoe – just like the Olympus E-M10, only this camera has the part much larger. The flash head is embedded in the front of the pentaprism structure and is lifted in position with the whole cover part. You can even see on the back sight, how the whole part is fixed around the hotshoe, and the slight gap between the hotshoe and the cover that makes it possible to lift the cover around the hotshoe.

        • tyger11

          The back part is the viewfinder, the front part is a tiny pop-up flash. There are now some reviews of it available so you can see how it works.

  • D800GUY

    Top plate look dis-proportionally big compared to rest of the camera, but anyway, looking forward to the review.

  • Hubertus Bigend

    I do like the Fuji X cameras, and it was no easy decision for me between Fuji X and Olympus OM-D, which was won by the OM-D E-M1 mainly because of existing Four Thirds lenses.

    I wonder, though, and that’s true for Fuji X, Olympus OM-D and Sony A7 all the same, why manufacturers act so cowardly and unimaginative when it comes to camera design.

    Don’t get me wrong, I don’t find the Fujis (or the OM-Ds, neither the Sonys) ugly or something, quite the opposite, but I’d like to see a more ergonomic, more organic design, which is what was good and continues to be in many existing DSLR designs. The OM-D E-M1 tried that to some degree, but the venerable Olympus E-30 still handles better, more ergonomically.

    In 1996, Leica made a bold move in designing the R8, which many people found outright ugly back then, but it was ergonomically perfect, and accordingly gathered much praise, too. Consequentially, six years later, it was left unmodified for the R9, which was, as we now know, to be the last SLR Leica would make. I urge anyone who gets the chance to take an R8/9 in their hands.

    IMHO, we need more such bold moves in camera design, better ergonomics and more form-follows-function, especially in the mirrorless segment – and less retro.

    • Jaroslav Houdek

      It looks almost exactly like the soviet Zenith SLR. I received two of them as gifts, as I’m known to like old cameras. I hate to touch these ugly things, keeep them on the bottom of the shelf. You are quite right about Leica, another great example would be Pentax Z1. It is pleasure to hold and shoot. I’m really fed up with the hipser retro styling.

    • thomas

      Because anything seen as innovative or forward is shunned as non-professional. Take a look at the Samsung NX. Unless you have the cult following of Leica you are doomed to fail. And the current design trend, whether in cameras or other consumer products, is moving to retro designs.

    • Alex Lau

      Fuji all the way. M43 is a fading away DSLR wannabe system.

      • Hubertus Bigend

        Drop me a note when Fuji has developed its system to the point that a Fuji can do everything an E-M1 can do, including, of course, using all available Four Thirds lenses up to a 300mm f/2.8 (600mm eq.) supertele with or without a 2x converter that still delivers excellent IQ, or using one, two or three flash units in TTL wireless mode…

        • Alex Lau

          M43 is too overpriced. The inferior sensor simply shouldn’t worth this much and only innocent rich amateurs would buy those toys.

          • Hubertus Bigend

            Everyone needs to judge for themselves and for their individual demands whether the price of something is too high. I, while having the highest regards for what Fuji has achieved with their mirrorless series and especially their lens designs, found more versatility and all-in-all better value-for-money in the E-M1 than in the X-T1, which would have been the one alternative candidate on the market.

            Especially from the viewpoint of a Fuji shooter, though, it is more than ridiculous to call the Olympus sensor “inferior” – it neither resolves less, nor does it offer significantly worse dynamic range, noise or general low-light capabilities. That’s not only what every serious test says, it’s also what photographers in my circle of friends say who actually changed from Micro Four Thirds to Fuji.

            Sorry, but your statement just shows that a need to overidentify with brands causes loss of the ability of rational thinking up to a point where people make fools of themselves.

  • Phil

    The LCD screen looks tiltable, is it ?

  • Wallace Koopmans

    To me it looks like a Fujica ST series camera except for the truncated prism area.

  • Spy Black

    They made it that ugly so Fuji users will just go out and buy the X-T1 instead…

    • Alex Lau

      It’s MARKETING dude.

  • Marcelo Tezza


  • Alex Lau

    The black one looks better, but we still need to confirm after fujifilm delivers the camera bodies.

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