Hey Fuji, where are you going with the Fujifilm X-S10 – I need to know!

The Fujifilm X-S10 is a very, very good camera. In an APS-C market dominated by fading icons like the Sony A6000 series and EOS M cameras, it’s like a beacon of optimism and forward thinking.

But it’s not a ‘classic’ Fujiflm X-series camera. There’s a mode dial (sacrilege!) instead of a shutter speed dial. The ISO is set via the digital interface or a multi-function control dial. And while most Fujinon lenses have aperture rings, they don’t gel with the camera design in the same way. This Fujifilm X-S10 is a regular mirrorless camera like any other.


Steve Liem

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