A collection of photographs I’ve taken using the Fujifilm X-T10 camera. The X-T10 is the baby brother of the Fujifilm X-T1 camera and has now been superseded by the Fujifilm X-T20. It is a fabulous camera that delivers remarkable image quality for such a compact unit. Please feel free to share/pin the pictures for ideas and inspiration.
Damien’s thoughts on the Fujifilm X-T10 Camera
“The X-T10 and now it’s replacement the X-T20 is the bargain camera in the current X series line up. It does everything for portrait shooters that the X-T1/ X-T2 does, but at a fraction of the price. It is smaller, lighter and neater. The X-T10 viewfinder is not quite as magnified as the X-T1 but it is still just as capable for shooting portraits and it suits me fine. The X-T10 doesn’t have weather sealing, but neither do my lenses. It doesn’t have a fast or long burst mode either, but as portraits are generally shot one frame at a time, that’s not a feature I use. Overall the X-T10 is a remarkable camera that delivers fabulous image quality from a very compact unit. This camera is every bit as professional as its larger brother and is my go to camera for personal travel and adventure.”
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