Review: The Fuji X-T10 | Ian MacDonald

Fuji Canada was kind enough to lend me a review copy of the Fuji X-T10 to use this summer.  I shot with this camera at a wedding, on several portrait assignments, at a concert, on several days of street photography, and during a vacation.   This real world usage will be the foundation for this review.  We will talk numbers and specs a little, but mostly I’d like to share my experiences (and a lot of photographs) with you. The truth is that I had been intrigued by this camera since it was announced, as I had been looking for a backup to my Fuji X-T1.  I always bring my Fuji X100t with me on shoots, but a backup interchangeable lens camera is a must for paid client work.  I was looking for something that felt familiar in my hands, worked with my existing lenses, and for something that wouldn’t break the bank.  I had initially set my eyes on a used Fuji X-E2, but a good friend reminded me of the importance of working with two camera bodies that are similar so your muscle memory can take over when it counts………


Fujifilm X-T10

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