Fujifilm X-T10 review | Ben Pitt

The X-T10 isn’t perfect but its minor weaknesses become easy to forgive when you consider the price. This camera is a worthy successor to the X-E2, which cost £800 body-only at launch. The exposure dials will delight keen photographers, and so too will the sensor’s exceptional image quality. The quality of Fuji’s X Mount lenses add to its appeal, with 10 wide-aperture prime lenses available from 14mm to 90mm. There’s also a superb alternative to the 16-50mm kit lens – the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 kit pushes the price up to £800, but with twice the light-gathering ability of the 16-50mm, it’s worth paying the extra for……

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Fujifilm X-T10

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