An official announcement for a Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera appears to be nigh, as photos and specs of the camera have just leaked onto the Web. It’s reportedly a less powerful and more affordable sibling to the popular and highly regarded Fujifilm X-T1, which costs $1,200.
Rumored features and specs include a 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS sensor, a max ISO of 51200, continuous AF tracking at 8fps, .08s hybrid AF, 49 AF points, 0.5s startup, 0.05s shutter lag, 1080p video recording with manual exposure, Wi-Fi, P/S/A/M exposure modes, 5 auto bracketing modes, 8 advanced filters, an intervalometer, a pop-up flash, and an ultrasonic sensor cleaning system.
The camera is said to have a metal body and five different dials. On the back of the camera is a 2.36M-dot electronic viewfinder and a 920K-dot 3-inch LCD screen.
For comparison’s sake, here’s what the existing X-T1 looks like:
As you can see, some of the UI components of the X-T1 have been removed for the X-T10. No word yet on when the X-T10 will be officially announced or shipped out.