The takeaway to me: Fuji is pretty good at making high end lenses if not cheap midrange ones. Hands down, Fuji wins the image contest. But that's kind of the problem here. You would zoom in quite a bit, as well as losing some detail and messing with DOF. I did NOT say FUJI needs more MP, but the sensor is AGED. Remember it wasn't too many years ago you had to buy a separate device to record even CRAPPY video. You do not own different cameras including Fuji and Oly, 2. Congratulations on disproving the least important claim I made (that the kit zoom is as good as $1400 worth of prime lenses). Once you decide to invest they give you something worth investing in. Period. I think BarnET has a point about the over-priced nature of Fuji lenses. This was the cool factor that made me buy the older (and much cheaper)XE1 / XE2 compared to A6000. Somebody asked why I would want all that: my reply was 'asks sports shooter why they want motor drive!- CHOICE- EASY choice! Revenant you are right about the X30! I love my Fuji but when people ask it's often not what I recommend. And since I do landscapes mostly (and the Fuji was intended to be a backup/second camera to my D750), I was looking for something with a bit higher resolution (to allow enough pixels for sufficient cropping etc). The X-T10 also sports a brand new graphic user interface that offers customizable display icons. My Minolta SRT doesn't have one either, you don't hear me complaining. Fuji refuses to put better bracketing in their cameras and it drives me nuts. Gasp! Evaluative. As far as I can tell, in AF-C (Tracking mode) the phase-detect sensors are still used. As long as you have the right lens its good, i suggest googling "milky way calculator", And the wider the lens in mm the better as well as the lower fstop example: 2.8 instead of 5.6. However, the camera's video performance is hindered by overheating issues. They mainly concentrate on improving AF performance in low contrast situations as well as adding the ability to track subjects across the frame. Could 1 be a result of abandoning the ISO-cheating phenomenon DPR has observed? I hate culling and managing multiple copies of the same thing. Although there are options to upres. You're definitely wrong about the industry if you think LR isn't the standard. Fuji seems to use add noise reduction as ISO grows, especially color NR, but they are the only ones who don't use any RAW compression (thus their huge 30MB files and short burst counts). Yongnuo, makers of lenses, cameras and other photo accessories, has filed a patent for a modular mirrorless camera system. light gathering or depth of field is just mathematical BS. Great lens but it's designed for a Dslr so it's large and heavy. of thatF2.5 * 2 = F5.0 5/1.5= F3.33 So you doubled the actual difference. Since its release in late 2019, users have been unable to recalibrate or fine-tune their Apple Pro Display XDR. The 16 is honestly better. When do you need to shoot at 6400 ISO. At the end of the day I could then just choose which ones I want to keep. I wanted to bring my 5DMIII but was worried since I'll be walking around and didn't want to carry all that weight. 35mm F3.650mm F5.4 vs 50mm F2.8 Panasonic wins big time olympus too with F3.6 equiv. Add in the X10 body is just too damn small. Sigma has introduced its new 'I series' of compact, premium full-frame lenses for E and L mounts. It allows me to take 4 shots with different film simulators(thought I don't think it saves the RAW). Is the X-T10 capable of holding its own against APS-C competitors? The very few people who obsess about those numbers online aren't a big concern; people aren't likely to buy this camera over that value anyway. You pointed out that they admit the Sony is more capable, what more do you need? looking forward to see what they do with the next XPro:). ". Here is the first one I did and the rest are all up on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3fxw3MLcYA. I bought a NEX 6 because it was so capable but it had no soul and I preferred my old Rebel so I returned it. However, there is a connection: it's unlikely a low scoring camera could be so well-suited to a group of shooters that it could still get an award or that a camera that scores really highly would be considered so unsuitable by the reviewer to not get one. For me the autofocus speed is fast enough, but the accuracy is a bit of a let down. It's available in Canon EF, Fuji X, Leica M, M42, MFT, Nikon F, Pentax K and Sony E mounts and the first units are expected to ship in January 2021. Click to compare the two cameras in the scoring widget and you'll discover that they both achieved 80% very differently. the rest is studio and portrait for me, and some weddings, Lower light d5500 wins, i used it in low light with a 70-200 f4 shooting ice hockey, it kept up. We aren't objective creatures, we are meatsacks with grubby hands and mushy brains and we have to hold stuff and look at stuff and think about stuff to shoot, some people do all of that differently, in fact. People usually think im shooting film when i had the x100s so they did not ask me to remove my "roll" out lol :). I'm also wondering about print size, if someone can verify the largest print you can expect before distortion or loss of quality occurs. Fuji has shown its sensor can hang with the big boys. In person it's just as beautiful as the original X-E1, and I get even more compliments on my X-T10 than I did on my X-E1. Just remind yourself that reviewing in the EVF is the obvious choice with a mirrorless camera like the X-T10, you'll learn to appreciate the smoothness of the experience. Your comment sounds biased against. why you dont talk about the problems? About the 35mm i did mention it was a good deal a week ago. That's exactly the behavior we'd expect - chronic underexposure - if Fuji hadn't changed their cheating ways. No need to get your nickers in a knot, it was a bit of tongue and cheek...... and yes I am bias towards Fujifilm, nowadays I predominately shoot jpeg, and I've yet to see a camera (apart from Olympus) that renders out of camera jpegs as good as Fuji, but not all is fantastic with Fuji, when it comes to video they're not so good, and to be blunt they're crap, probably the worst on the market, thats why I bought a Panasonic FZ1000, and if I still wanted to play around with RAW files then I'd probably would have kept my Nikon D700 or I would have invested in an upgrade, but I really couldnt be fussed about with RAW anymore, I'm content with Fuji jpegs, all I'm wishing for now is they get their video up to par with other makes. Also, note that improvements to autofocus occur due to improvements in the focusing motor, the algorithms, or the processing speed... but not due to changes in the sensor. The X-Pro1 was tolerable but the smaller bodies are almost impossible for some of us to use if we have larger hands. I don't expect to print large (as most of my work will be for on-screen use/viewing), but may ocassionaly like to print a 11x17 print or something around that size. It's a niche (and pricey) product to be sure, but so far we find it to be well-designed and capable of outstanding results. Deadorff: I know exactly what you mean about the screen brightness destroying night vision, it is frustrating and also makes judging the proper WB harder. I said that becouse 1 it's 449 vs 299,- for a lens similar in size and focal length. Hands down, Fuji wins the image contest. So, recently, I switched to the X-T10 as kind of a longer-term experiment. I hate the feeling that the grip is smaller than the XT-1 only to differentiate the fact that it is a cheaper model. For all intended purposes – quite literally – 6400 is miles and miles and miles past what anyone needs, 99 % of the time. personally i buy what i think is the best tool for the job, and at present thats the fuji x-t10. When one uses the electronic viewfinder, the only way to review the photo just taken is via the viewfinder. They have similar equivalent focal lengths, but the equivalent apertures are WAY off. The 35mm is about as good as you'll get. Adobe Lr might not be any official industry standard, but for DAM/RAW-converters, is practically as close as it gets (like it or not). Die Fujifilm X-T10 ist sowohl als Gehäuse als auch wahlweise mit dem billigeren XC16-50 oder dem teureren, hier abgebildeten XF18-55 erhältlich. Read more, Our full Fujifilm X-T10 review takes a look at many aspects of the camera's performance, with in-depth analysis of our studio tests and shooting experiences. It is unequivocally a good thing to have the choice of shooting at for instance ISO 1000000 (or above). I suspect you think that I think ISO 6400 and above is bad or unnecessary. It uses the same 16MP X-Trans CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II and, despite a more compact body, offers an additional custom function button and even squeezes in a pop-up flash. That said I am satisfied with the support for Fuji in LR. Pentax also immediately updates a preview (which fills the LCD, rather than being a very tiny thumbnail) as you change settings, not only after you make all of your choices. Many of these do not even use a prism design. After refreshing the premium end of its X-series lineup with the award-winning X-Pro2 and X-T2, Fujifilm has focused on the consumer segment of the market again by introducing its successor to the X-T10. Someone who calls herself/himself a professional photographer, and claims she/he is limited by ISO 6400, is of course not a professional photographer. If you can't afford all their fancy primes then that's okay, because even the 18-55 f/2.8-4 is going to outperform most of those m43 primes in terms of light gathering anyway ;). Who’s it for? Thus , by comparison their prices are fair. Like the flagship X-T1, it uses Fujifilm's 16MP X-Trans APS-C sensor, which is known for producing pleasing colors. As much as I love the xt10 I bought the xpro2 and can't put it down. Wish the grip was cheaper though! If one can use a TV screen & do post-processing in-camera without the need for an addtional computer & software then that is a huge benefit for any user. Neither are cheap lenses from Fuji but I'd rather have a system where they are available as options. Nobody uses cameras "objectively" either. ...and I would assume a very simple FW update. The existence of a physical EV compensation dial makes this easy to change if you don't like it — you can leave it dialed up a notch. All I'll add is that once you try one of Fuji's wide primes you may re-assess the quality of the 18-55mm :P, The 16mm f/1.4 is neither small (it weighs more than the X-T10) nor cheap (it also costs more), but the contrast, color and sharpness are a joy to edit compared to the 18-55mm, which always feels "grungy" or something by comparison. Driving the X-T10 with the 16mm f/1.4 out front is borderline absurd. FWIW It's funny but not surprising that tech support considers this a common complaint. Nice for astrophotography. The wax thing is actually the fault of adobe not fuji. Have a look at our initial sample gallery taken on a full-frame Sony body. Especially when compared to the m43 system. Wonderfull stuff it does, but AF is one thing that will improve towards dslr the coming year. It's very useful and makes holding the camera for extended periods infinitely easier, as well as improving overall grip and making it easier to operate one-handed in a pinch. While both cameras offer 2.36M dot OLED EVFs, the X-T10's is smaller, using optics that offer 0.62x magnification, vs the 0.77x magnification of the X-T1's EVF. I'm happy for you that that is your preferred method and that you have time to use this way - but your mind set and situation are very different to mine. Maybe Fuji could improve the situation with software, but it doesn't seem particularly likely. And that gorgeous glass... Fuji is doing a lot of things very, very right. I get around that by reducing the EVF/screen brightness as low as it goes before going night shooting, which mostly fixes the problem unless it's nearly pitch black (though in that case, an optical finder has its own drawbacks). The main problem with the X30 video is not the quality (which is much better than X20, but still not more than average), but the exposure inconsistence and autofocus unreliability. Most people that are serious about resolution, noise reduction and dynamic range shoot RAW anyway. My real point: The reason to buy m43 isn't because the lenses are better value, because once you factor in DoF/IQ they aren't more affordable, just less good and appropriately priced. Other RAW converters have great results with the "unfriendly" Xtrans files. If capability is your main concern then your decision is made and you can ponder the mysteries of why some people would choose Fuji later. Better lens = better IQ, well, strictly in the kit lens / package-buy category at least. That there is more competition in the non-medium-format market can be explained by it's comparatively enormous size. Given how far the lenses stick out a larger grip wouldn't have compromised the form factor. The color IMHO is better from the 16 as well. The Canon EOS Rebel T8i (also known as the EOS 850D or Kiss X10i in some markets) is a 24MP DSLR aimed at first-time DSLR buyers and enthusiasts. I agree with IBIS, that would be a welcome adittion.Focus speed is better since FW4.0. that's plain biased...fuji jpegs are awful with agressive nr..no fine detail, dead at %100 view. I find the Fuji controls on both bodies much nicer and handling is better than any camera I have used before. If it's smaller, then 12MP might be fine, but 12MP might not be enough for a large reprint (say 4x3 ft)... @sirhawkeye64 I wouldn't push 12 mp much past 20x30. The EVF is perfectly fine. 50-140/2.8 on one; 10-24/4 on the other; hardly a missed shot, and the pictures came out great and just as expected (I have some experience with Fuji X). Is the X-T10 capable of holding its own against APS-C competitors? All that said, here's the one set of settings I found useful in "Save Custom Settings": Manual flash settings for use with my YN-560 manual flashgun. the thing is its just your opinion that matters, if you are happy with your camera then thats the one for you. Plus the camera puts all the controls at your finger tips. The app includes automatic image transfer, gallery creation, editing tools and more. i dont care for megapixel and high bust mode. FUJI has been using the same old SONY 16MP APS-C sensor almost from FUJI's first Mirror-less years ago. All content, design, and layout are Copyright © 1998 - 2020 Digital Photography Review All Rights Reserved. "Get your facts straight next time"? Isn't photography about finding and using light? Best Camera Picks The Best Full-Frame Cameras for 2020 [Foto: MediaNord] Belichtungszeit, Belichtungskorrektur und Blende lassen sich bei der Fujifilm X-T10 über dedizierte Räder einstellen. Isn't it weird that the X-T10 and the a6000 both scored 80%, but the Fuji got a silver award and the Sony got a gold for the exact same score? It has only been one day but I feel like selling all my sony gear and going all out fuji. The idea that Fuji cameras aren't for RAW shooters is pretty silly. Bracket exposures by aperture or shutter speed if you must, but if you want to try different film simulations, just shoot raw & retouch after the fact. SONY replaced NEX6's sensor for a6000 is not for " 2% improvement to noise" but AF performance: - Hybrid AF system with 25 contrast-detect and 179 phase-detect points. CIPA's latest report for global camera shipments shows the camera industry is gaining pace once again in a year marred by the COVID-19 pandemic atop a market already in decline. Low noise at high ISO for available light photos, half the weight of my Nikon (which I use regularly). If so many people are too lazy to test some other RAW developers, mainly Capture One or Iridient, is not a position DPR should support. What’s the best camera for around $2000? I was at ISO 6400 and was wishing my d7000 didn't totally fall apart at higher ISOs. The film simulation also matters. Still, I've had little trouble processing slightly underexposed ISO 6400 RAWs (even using the in-camera JPEG engine) into something nice. In that context it would be nice if DPR stated the score excludes video then gave X-T10 what it deserves as a still camera. Work around your limitations, be creative, don't go around waiting for Canon announcements about new, higher ISO capabilities. Nothing to do with their worth or quality (I have 7 of them), but more the fact that they often do crazy deals or reductions on them. They should price it as a "customization" rather than as an "upgrade". Basically it sounds like the Sony is better in nearly every objective measurement minus EVF and *maybe* build quality. DPR: why no word on whether or not Fuji cheats with ISO on this camera as they have systematically done with others in the X line over the past few years? Sony is the worst, and uses lossy compression, a broken quantization algorithm + NR. You're certainly not the first person I've heard complain about this, and I bet it's a common conclusion for people with decades of DSLR experience. The rear camera (or cameras) on an iPhone has all the latest bells and whistles, but how do you use them to capture a selfie or record a video of yourself? is that a ACR issue? Earlier this week we published our samples from the new Sigma 65mm F2 DG DN when mounted on a Sony body. The wax thing is actually the fault of adobe not fuji. I even tried a demo of C, couldn't see any advantage at all - and the UI is poo. Fuji seems to use add noise reduction as ISO grows, especially color NR, but they are the only ones who don't use any RAW compression (thus their huge 30MB files and short burst counts). Evaluative. WHY? Despite that, Fuji's imaging solutions division saw an increase in operating income, up to 12.4 billion yen in the first half of the financial year, marking a 2.7x improvement year-on-year. Yes I do. On paper it looks that way, and yes the Fuji looks more hip. Yes, but the sensor is also one of the best. I looked at the 60mm F2.4 and even tried it. One thing I have found out in my camera is that in high contrast scenes it tends to underexpose as if it meters for the brightly lit parts of the frame. Find out if it'll make your life easier in our detailed review. It's not ugly, that's just an overreaction because it's kind of "square" compared to the other Fuji cameras. This is my first Fuji coming from Canon, Nikon, and Olympus (and also had the Sony a6000). Camera Construction, Handling and Controls Just peaking and othe r MF aids work a bit better. Fact is that other cameras give you true raw, the data from the sensor as is. Can we get an option to make the histogram bigger? The one part that bothers me the most is that the reviewer focuses on the OOC JPEGs, and I guess that's fine, but many people (at least the ones I know) don't use the OOC JPEGs that much and much rather work with the RAW files, I hope that Adobe has fixed whatever issues there were for this camera by now as I'm seriously considering one. Such beautiful cameras. It's fairly commonplace for camera companies to follow up successful launches of high-end products, such as the X-T1, with a slightly-stripped down, more reasonably-priced alternative that uses many of the same components; a younger sibling, if you will. Here are some of our favorites. I do extensive video recording only three times in the year, just for local oriental dancers, and after the switch to Fuji I had to do it with the X-T1 (I´m not crazy enough to buy a specialized capable camera for such a rare occasion). ijustloveshooting: largely it's due to sharpening and NR, since most people (sensibly) aren't looking at the jpegs at 100%. Very rarely is anything past 20x30 used by people. Matt, from YouTube channel DIY Perks, has shared how he managed to get more from the camera, first through watercooling his R5, then through more conventional means. But after taking a few pictures with the X-T10 and the A6000, you quickly find out that the Fuji is superior and is more then a cool thing to hang around your neck. My X-Pro 1 underexposes too, and if memory serves, so did the X100S. So what do you sacrifice? What I would like to have is film-simulation bracketing, so that I do 5 shots in rapid succession using various film simulations & settings. Ive been using this body for a few weeks now and can pleasingly report that this camera paired with Fuji lenses is incredible. Read our full analysis. I was wondering about your statement that "All the reasons that make the X-Trans sensor great for stills, make it not so good for video" — could you please elaborate on that?For example, does the bayer pattern allow for a video-optimized sensor readout that is not possible with a X-Trans pattern? When one uses the electronic viewfinder, the only way to review the photo just taken is via the viewfinder. Thank you DPREVIEW! Just going through this review, and I'm impressed by the performance (According to the review, but have yet to take on out for a "test drive" myself). Even if the Fuji drops $50-$100 in the next month or so that's still a huge price difference, comparing a historical price to a current price makes no sense. There isn't an exact match between the two: otherwise the award would just tell you the same information with less precision. Neither of them is for raw shooters though. If the kit lens was f/3.5-5.6 the 60mm f/2.4 would be a much more obvious buy, as would the 18mm f/2. Its raw is cooked. For people just getting started with ILC though there's no complaints, because the behavior is natural and it's "chimping" that is the strange choice, driven by limitations of past cameras (i.e. In the end I didn't use it very often though, since it was only two settings and I started gelling my flashes to match ambient light rather than depending on WB:Daylight :P. Most requested missing feature - I've owned my X-T10 since the first day is was deliverable. Personally I'm glad reviewers take time to describe the Fuji cameras aesthetic/emotional properties. Exception are of course the F2.8 constants of some brands. See video, The Fujifilm X-T10 puts many of the X-T1's capabilities into a smaller, less expensive body. The silver, by the way, is a brand new coating that is slightly lighter in color than the 'titanium' coating of the X-T1. The other side to that is that you can more properly visualize the scene at the exposure you want with an EVF at night, whereas with optical, what you see is probably *not* what you get unless you are being very careful about meteringl. Didn't regret bringing the X-T10 at all! Which happens to be faster even when taking the smaller sensor into account. That's not what I was expecting. I would probably be getting the better 18-55 f/2.8-4 if I do for the low-light performance. And that gorgeous glass... Fuji is doing a lot of things very, very right. but the build of the fony was cheap. This weekend i have the Olympus 45mm glued on a Gx7 while using the XE-2 with the 18-55 to cover wide to normal in a photoshoot. It's cheating left and right to fool people into thinking it's better than other cameras. I'm only interested in real world results and since I do a lot of A2 printing I compared the X-T10 to the G7X where I hade to up-scale the X-T10 get the same print size at 300 dpi. My largest print was a poster in high quality 150 x 50 cm to get the required number of pixels I did use 5 photos. What I would like to have is film-simulation bracketing, so that I do 5 shots in rapid succession using various film simulations & settings. 35mm F3.650mm F5.4 vs 50mm F2.8 Panasonic wins big time olympus too with F3.6 equiv. I'm surprised the review didn't mention two problems that become immediately obvious after just a short period of shooting with camera. One more thing to ad for Fuji is touchscreen. Odd they have not done this. :). I would be fine pushing past 20x30 with 16mp, although I haven't had cause to. Enough for me, I prefer a better sensor (less noise) with the same megapixels. The 27mm is what i would call outrageously priced. More stuff like that, neat features to have implemented by exploiting existing hardware thru better software. Anyone has some samples? > Add in the X10 body is just too damn small. Interestingly, the X-T10, body-only, will retail for exactly the same price, at launch, as another new APS-C ILC: the Nikon D5500. The xt10 feels sluggish in comparison and it isn't a sluggish camera. I agree completely about the 18-55mm dissuading me from buying the cheaper primes, it's so good that I'd rather make do with it than switch out for one stop of light. I'd rather stick to my 18-55 all day long then switch it out for that. Of course it is possible to control the video manually, but even then the use is not easy - but in a important moment, everyone would be glad about it. The eye sensors are easily corrected if one feels a problem with them. I would probably be getting the better 18-55 f/2.8-4 if I do for the low-light performance. "Get your facts straight next time"? I also said the 27mm is outrageously overpriced. It uses the same 16MP X-Trans CMOS sensor and EXR Processor II and, despite a more compact body, offers an additional custom function button and even squeezes in a pop-up flash. A useless comparison. And unfortunately, this mode disables RAW. "The Fujifilm X-T10 successfully repackages most of the core features of the flagship X-T1 camera into a smaller, lighter and cheaper body, and it's also the first X-series camera to benefit from the brand new auto-focusing system, resulting in a mid-range camera that offers a lot of advanced functionality." That same pattern seems to not help at all with moiré in video, so unlike with stills any fine texture (grates, blinds, stripes and even denim) end up having distracting distortions ("optical illusions" recorded by the sensor) moving around in them. 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