17 Dec Fujifilm X-S10 full review: An image-stabilized camera for (almost) everyone
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Fujifilm’s X-S10 is a 26MP interchangeable-lens camera that shoots high-quality 4K video and comes with a deep grip and a different, though excellent, control scheme than most other Fujifilm cameras.
The company describes the X-S10 as a cross between the company’s X-T30 and the X-H1 cameras: You get the guts from the former and the design and in-body image stabilization feature (in a new miniaturized form) from the latter. The X-S10 camera is targeted toward both beginning and experienced users who may have Canon or Nikon DSLRs and want something a little more ‘familiar’ than a typical Fujifilm camera. And, with a price of $999 for the body – $100 more than the X-T30 – it’s not necessarily out of reach for that audience.
Key specifications 26MP X-Trans BSI-CMOS sensor 5-axis in-body image stabilization On-sensor phase detection 3″, 1.04M-dot fully articulating touchscreen 2.36M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder 30 fps burst shooting with crop (up to 20 fps without) DCI and UHD 4K capture at up to 30p with F-Log support External mic and headphone sockets 325 shots per charge using LCD USB Power Delivery support Single UHS-I card slot Wi-Fi + Bluetooth Photo taken with a pre-production X-S10.
ISO 160 | 1/800 sec | F5.6 | XF 16-80mm
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