Photo enthusiasts love the new Fujifilm X-S10 camera because of the three main good aspects of the camera. First, this device has a solid build quality that tells you much about durability, but there’s more. It also has a mix of high performance yet user-friendly features and operations. Thirdly, it’s got the ability to produce stunning images.
However good the Fujifilm X-S10 is, users complain of it as being too expensive. Also, the rear panel joystick is small and a little bit fiddly. When using the eye-level viewfinder, the nose snubs against the LCD.
But there are more reasons why anyone would want to get this camera. For one thing, Fujifilm did well with digital cameras that match the latest autofocus technologies and swift operational speeds to retro styling that triggers nostalgia in people who know how it works.
The camera came along with black livery and leather kind of surface that makes you remember the high-class cameras like X-T30 and X-T4. However, the new Fujifilm X-S10 is looking somehow more modern in its look. You could compare it to an e-mount Sony camera.
This new styling is made possible while still retaining throwback Fuji features including the Film Simulation modes and retro effects, such as the pinhole camera-like tilt and shift lens.
The core specification in the Fujifilm X-S10 is a 26-megapixel resolution provided through an APS-C sized sensor. This kind of stuff was only found in bulkier DSLR in those days. But the traditional mirror mechanism has been removed, making this one a mirrorless model.
The Fujifilm X-S10 is compact so much so that with an 18-55mm zoom lens, it can be squeezed into a jacket pocket. However, this camera is a more compact and more portable proposition than a mid-range digital SLR with an equivalent lens reach would offer.
The company claims that the Fujifilm X-S10 is one of their best when it comes to lightweight options. But it weighs 450 grams, which someone may feel is a bit bulky.