FUJIFILM X-S10 Image Gallery
January 1st, 2021
Fujifilm has long carved out their own unique path in the competitive mirrorless camera market. They’ve elected to focus on APS-C on one end and Medium Format at the other extreme, skipping the very popular full frame space altogether. Many of their APS-C cameras fall on the premium end of the spectrum in terms of performance and price, and I suspect they’ve been most vulnerable in the moderately priced space where Canon, Sony, Nikon, and Olympus have a number of popular models. The Fujifilm X-S10 is their answer to this problem, combining some of the higher end features from the premium X-T4 with a smaller size and simplified control setup more akin to the X-T30 (and a bit of the X-T200). The X-S10 packs a good bit of what makes the X-T4 special into a smaller, cheaper (about $1000 USD) body, but also loses a few of the things that many Fuji shooters appreciate.
Here are some of the specifications of the X-S10:
- 26MP X-Trans BSI-CMOS sensor
- 5-axis in-body image stabilization
- On-sensor phase detection
- 3″, 1.04M-dot fully articulating touchscreen
- 2.36M-dot OLED electronic viewfinder
- 30 fps burst shooting with crop (up to 20 fps without)
- DCI and UHD 4K capture at up to 30p with F-Log support
- External mic and headphone sockets
- 325 shots per charge using LCD
- USB Power Delivery support
- Single UHS-I card slot
- Wi-Fi + Bluetooth
The headline feature here is that the X-S10 is one of the few Fuji cameras with In-Body-Image-Stabilization (IBIS), which has formerly been only on a couple of top models. Fuji had to develop a whole new miniaturized IBIS system to fit into the X-S10, but I can attest to the fact that it works well. What’s great about IBIS is that can be used on all your lenses, and in most cases it is rated for six stops of stabilization, which is excellent.
I focused mostly on two 50mm lenses during my review: the new high end Fujinon XF 50mm F1.0 WR lens along with the MUCH smaller and more affordable XF 50mm F2. I also did a little shooting with the Viltrox AF 56mm F1.4 as a comparison. In many ways I think the new X-S10 may be the most compelling mix of features to price in Fuji’s lineup. It has the same sensor and focus system as the much more expensive X-T4, and adding the IBIS into the mix makes it an easy pick over the X-T30 ($100 less). At the same time, however, this is essentially a repackaging of existing Fuji technologies, and there is nothing here that stands out as a notable improvement over anything I’ve seen from the company before. I still find the autofocus system behind the curve from the competition. If you want the full story, you can check out my text review of the lens or watch the video review on my YouTube channel. Or you can just check out the pretty pictures below.
Photos of the Fujifilm X-S10 Camera
Photos Taken with the Fujifilm X-S10
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