Earlier today Fujifilm introduced a new large sensor compact camera – the XF10. Above you can see a video by the Fuji Guys who take a first look at this new camera.
The XF10 uses the same sensor as the XT100 (24MP with the more conventional Bayer color filter rather than Fujifilm own X-Trans technology). It is a sort of a more basic version of the Fujifilm X70 (same lens, higher resolution) but with fewer dials and no tilt screen.
It was designed to be a simple high-quality street camera. It is still limited by the prime lens (no way around the sensor size which will force the camera to be significantly larger if anything other than very specific prime lenses will be used.
Here are the main specs of the Fujifilm XF10:
- Sensor: 24MP APS-C sensor.
- Lens: Fujinon 18.5mm f/2.8 Lens (28mm Equiv. in 35mm).
- LCD: 3.0″ 1.04m-Dot, touchscreen.
- Video: FHD 1080p @ 60 fps (and 4K but only up to 15fps).
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi.
- Continuous Shooting: 8 fps.
- Weight: 280g / 9.8oz.
- Price: $500.
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