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Characterized by its lustrous, retro styling, the mirrorless Fujifilm X-T10 camera features Fujifilm's unique sensor technology,
flexible autofocus modes, and a large-resolution
. Performing around the 16.3 MP X-Trans
CMOS II sensor along with the EXR Processor II, the X-T10 is proficient up to 8 fps continuous shooting and
full 1080p/60 HD video capture
, and features an expandable sensitivity range from ISO 100 thru 51200. Fujifilm's exclusive X-Trans sensor makes use of a randomized pixel array as a way to avoid using a resolution-diminishing optical low-pass filter, therefore creating images with the utmost crispness and clarity. Looking past the advanced imaging properties, the X-T10 additionally distinguishes itself through its ease of operation using a direct shutter speed, drive, and exposure compensation dials, along with a dedicated automatic shooting module lever. Intuitiveness is additionally carried over to the Real Time Viewfinder, which sports a 2.36m-dot resolution and 0.62x magnification, along with a Natural Live View setting, to imitate the viewing
convenience of an optical viewfinder with the added information discipline an electronic finder provides. Finishing out the feature-set is a sextet of AF modes that make use of the Intelligent Hybrid AF system for fast, precise focusing with precise subject tracking capabilities. The X-T10 uses a combination of rich rich lineup of imaging aspects with a classic, innate design for both enjoyment and ease of use.
Beyond the basic feature set, the X-T10 extends its versatility in a wide array of shooting features and modes, including Film Simulation settings that
reestablish the appearance of classic Fujifilm films, such as Astia, Provia, and Velvia.
A large LCD 3.0" 920k-dot monitor is also available
In addition to the electronic viewfinder for image review and live view shooting, and provides a tilting lay-out to take advantage of working from both high and low angles.
Built-in Wi-Fi also supplements handling by providing for remote camera control and wireless image sharing using linked tablets or smartphones.