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From DSLR to Fuji | Klayfe Rohden #X-T10

I am Klayfe Rohden, a 40 years old brazilian, full time photographer since three years ago, married with Alessandra, father of Camilla (14) and Klayfinho (4) years. I am a musician (pianist) and music producer since my 16 years old, Video Producer and Designer, graduated in Technologist in UNIT (Tiradentes University), in Aracaju / Sergipe. Photography was a gift that refined my gaze to journalism videos and music clips that I worked on. At some point I needed good pictures and I had to go by myself and do them. It made me get closer to friends who had more knowledge, handouts, books and workshops, until the passion turned profession. I started with a Nikon DSLR D300s, then I had the D600, and D800, and my last DSLR was the D750 (one of the best DSLR cameras I’ve ever had)……..

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Fujifilm X-T10 Field Review: A Portable But Powerful Mirrorless Camera From A Venerable Brand | Henry Anderson

The 16-megapixel Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera reminds me of the old Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercial (bear with me Millennials) where two strangers—one eating peanut butter and one eating chocolate—bump into each other and somehow smash their food together. After a brief bit of yelling (“You got your peanut butter on my chocolate!” “You got your chocolate in my peanut butter!”) they realize that the combination is better than the individual elements. In this case, Fuji took the professional-aimed performance and imaging found in the Fujifilm X-T1 and combined it with the lightweight, transportable form factor of a “travel” camera to create a system that is in many ways better than the X-T1, from which it hails. With a price of $800 for the body, versus a $1,300 price for the X-T1 body, the Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera is clearly aimed at a more budget-conscious customer. Thanks, though, to nearly identical ergonomics between the cameras, identical 16MP APS-C sensors, identical (excellent) image quality, and the ability to use the same range of lenses and accessories, Fuji has created what I feel is the industry’s best backup camera—not just for the Fuji shooter but for photographers in general. Let’s take a look……

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What Makes Fujifilm X-T10 a Perfect Camera for Travelers? | Melo Villareal

Continuing the line which started off with the Fujifilm X100 with the fixed 23 millimeter f-shot (f/2) Fujinon lens back in 2011, the Fujifilm X-T10 camera is the little brother of Fujifilm X-T1, if not just a little version of it. Find out more, in this short Fujifilm X-T10 Camera Review. Although the starting point of the “Fujifilm X” did start in 2011, the real game changer was the Fujifilm X-Pro 1 which was introduced into the market in just a year later. Since then, the Fujifilm X series has come a long way, especially with Fujifilm X-T10…..

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Fuji X-T10 Review From Walt Disney World | Patrick Leong

This is a great time to get into the The Fuji X Series System.  There are more lenses than ever before, the tech is getting better, and there have been some recent big announcements, such as, the release of the long-awaited Fuji X-Pro2.  But not everyone wants to shell out almost $1,700 for a camera body, especially if they just want to give the X Series a try.  Luckily, Fuji also produces cameras that are more budget friendly.  One of these cameras is the Fuji X-T10, which has always intrigued me because it’s essentially a stripped down version of the X-T1 (a camera that I own and love).  I just never got around to trying one out but my recent trip to Walt Disney World seemed like the perfect opportunity to do so.  Disney is a great place to visit but it can be very crowded……

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Fujifilm X-T10 Testbericht – Kleiner Alleskönner im Retro-Look | Krolop-Gerst

Kamera-Meinung ist mal wieder angesagt! Wie bei uns üblich wenn es um Kameras geht, eher subjektiv als objektives Testlabor und sehr praxisorientiert. Wir alle fotografieren mit der Kamera und ich schreibe hier meine daraus resultierende Meinung. Wor einiger Zeit hatte ich bereits die Fuji X-T1 über mehrere Monate im Einsatz, jetzt hab ich mir dazu noch die neuere Fuji X-T10 geholt und gleich mal auf die Probe gestellt. Erstes Merkmal: Die X-T10 ist günstiger. Zweitens: Sie ist kleiner. Drittens: Sie ist extrem genialomat! Warum, schreib ich gleich und darum geht’s in diesem Beitrag! Im Grunde könnte man sagen, die X-T10 ist die kleine Schwester der X-T1 der identische Sensor in reduziertem Gewand. Ich will nicht sagen ich hätte mich auf den ersten Blick verliebt, aber das Retro-Design der Fuji sieht schon geil aus!!! Mal ganz ehrlich, bei wem von euch schlägt bei diesen Ecken und Kanten auch das Herz höher? Die gesamte Fuji-Reihe wirkt für mich wie ein liebevoll komponiertes Stück an alte analoge Zeiten! Und das mag ich! Aber Sexyness allein bringt auch nix, die Qualität der entstehenden Bilder muss schon stimmen. Was bringt einem eine gutaussehende Kamera, wenn sie nicht innerlich überzeugt? Schön gesagt, oder……….

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The Stunning X-T10 | Matthew Hart

What can I say, I have owned or still own every X series camera that Fuji have made and so far the X-T10 is the star. I love my X-T1 and should prefer it to the X-T10,  I actually do when I am shooting events in the rain and need a battery grip but the rest of the time the X-T10 is my go to camera. I am never one for a technical review. I like to use a camera over a few months and see how it works for me in the real world. I used to take the X100T everywhere I went but now its the X-T10. Its so small and with the 27mm pancake lens its just the best street camera in the range. I have also found myself using it for long exposure workshops instead of the X-T1……..

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Fujifilm X-T10

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The Gear that I Use: The Fujifilm XT10 review | Henry F. Smith

There are times, when something or someone looks unattractive on first glance, but becomes much more attractive upon making your acquaintance. I think of my wife’s first impressions of me when we were in college. Apparently over time, I kinda’ grew on her. Thus it was with me, and the new Fujifilm XT10. I remember seeing the announcement on Dpreview back last May as “a smaller and lighter version of the X-T1”. Now having handled and shot an XT1, I knew that camera was already quite modest in size and frankly could not figure out why Fujifilm would’ve developed what looked to me like a watered-down version…….

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Fujifilm XT10 review | Gordon Laing

The Fujifilm XT10 is a mid-range mirrorless camera, aimed at enthusiasts who want the quality and flexibility of the X-system, but in a smaller, lighter and more affordable package than the flagship XT1. Announced in May 2015 it represents a new category in the line-up, although shares a great deal with the XT1 running its latest firmware updates. As expected, the XT10 shares the same 16 Megapixel X-Trans sensor of the XT1 (and other recent models) and the mount which allows it to accommodate any of the growing range of X-mount lenses. With the same image processor behind the scenes, the image quality is the same as the XT1. Like the XT1, the sensor features an array of embedded phase-detect AF points in the middle which support confident continuous focusing – so long as the subject doesn’t stray out of the phase-detect region. The XT10 also features the new zoning AF options introduced on the most recent XT1 firmware update…….

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Fujifilm X-T10 Field Review: A Portable But Powerful Mirrorless Camera
From A Venerable Brand | Shutterbug

I tested the Fuji X-T10 on subjects from moving vehicles to erratically running children and the camera managed to keep up with practically everything I could throw at it. The 16-megapixel Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera reminds me of the old Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup commercial (bear with me Millennials) where two strangers—one eating peanut butter and one eating chocolate—bump into each other and somehow smash their food together. After a brief bit of yelling (“You got your peanut butter on my chocolate!” “You got your chocolate in my peanut butter!”) they realize that the combination is better than the individual elements. In this case, Fuji took the professional-aimed performance and imaging found in the Fujifilm X-T1 and combined it with the lightweight, transportable form factor of a “travel” camera to create a system that is in many ways better than the X-T1, from which it hails. With a price of $800 for the body, versus a $1,300 price for the X-T1 body, the Fuji X-T10 mirrorless camera is clearly aimed at a more budget-conscious customer. Thanks, though, to nearly identical ergonomics between the cameras, identical 16MP APS-C sensors, identical (excellent) image quality, and the ability to use the same range of lenses and accessories, Fuji has created what I feel is the industry’s best backup camera—not just for the Fuji shooter but for photographers in general. Let’s take a look………

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Fujifilm X-T10 Review and Real-World Write-up | Photo Madd

So, let me get this out of the way up-front.  The thing is this, I really didn’t want to like the X-T10 right from the start.  I couldn’t understand who it was aimed at given the current line up of Fujifilm cameras, and I don’t particularly like the Fujifilm X-Series camera with central viewfinders.  One of the reasons I loved the X-Series to start with was because of that classic rangefinder styling.  I prefer not to hide behind the camera, I like to see what is going on and for people to see me if I’m shooting a someone.  Fujifilm UK very kindly lent me an X-T10, and I’ve had it for a few weeks now, using it in a variety of circumstances both personally and professionally.  Keep reading to find out if I have changed my mind about the latest camera in the Fujifilm line-up or not. As always with my write-ups I’ll include a wide variety of images shot in many different circumstances so you can see what it is capable of……

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Fujifilm X-T10

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