Fujifilm has unveiled its latest APS-C mirrorless camera, the X-S10. It combines the photography capabilities of the X-T4 in a smaller, more affordable body with nearly the same advanced sensor-shift stabilization.
Fujifilm X-S10 is equipped with a 26.1MP X-Trans sensor and X-Processor 4, borrowed from the X-T4. But the stabilization system is completely new – it has been redesigned for the more compact X-S10 format and is 30% smaller than the IBIS unit of the X-T4. According to the manufacturer, the stabilization is able to compensate for jitter up to 6 stops (compared to 6.5 for the X-T4), and this figure is achieved in conjunction with most Fujifilm lenses that do not have their own optical stabilization.
The X-S10 offers a 3-inch 1.04M-dot tilting LCD and a built-in electronic viewfinder with a resolution of 2.36M dots (versus the X-T4’s 3.69M dots). The camera offers one UHS-I SD card slot, and the battery is rated for 325 shots per charge.
For videographers, the X-S10 offers 4K recording at up to 30fps, as well as an external microphone input and headphone connection via an adapter. Flat F-Log recording is supported, but unlike the X-T4, footage can only be recorded to the camera in 8-bit 4: 2: 0, although uncompressed output can be done in 10-bit 4: 2: 2.
Fujifilm X-S10 will hit the market in November for $ 1,000 per body, $ 1,400 for the XF 18-55mm f / 2.8-4 kit, or $ 1,500 for the XF 16-80mm f / 4 R OIS kit WR.
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