Fujifilm XF10 Premium Compact Camera - Black

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Fujifilm XF10 Premium Compact Camera - Black

Fujifilm XF10 Premium Compact Camera - Black

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Red-eye removal OFF Auto / Forced Flash / Suppressed Flash / Slow Synchro / Rear-curtain Synchro / Commander Red-eye removal ON Red-eye Reduction Auto / Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash / Suppressed Flash / Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro / Red-eye Reduction & Rear-curtain Synchro / Commander * Red-eye removal is active when Face Detection is set to ON. Fuji has a good handle on image colours, so on the whole images from the XF10 look great. Of course, they vary depending upon the Film Simulation mode that you select, but there’s one (or more) to suit most tastes.

One of the biggest differences between the XF10 and X70 is the filter array and megapixel count of the APS-C sensor. is not wide enough to mess up the corners really bad, specially the bokeh :). Just like 40mm is better than 35mm in that regard. But 20mm F5.6 eqv. (which is 13mm F3.5 on APS-C) could be very nice. FUJIFILM Corporation (President: Kenji Sukeno) is proud to announce the launch of the FUJIFILM XF10, a premium compact digital camera with a high quality FUJINON 18.5mm* F2.8 fixed lens. The camera features an APS-C sized sensor which is 14 times larger than the sensor in a standard smartphone. The XF10, which will be available in August 2018, includes all the hallmarks of the X Series system, combining simple manual operation with superior image quality and versatile picture-taking options.video quality isn't particularly pleasing, partly because of the maximum 15fps rate that makes footage very staggered, but also because of rolling shutter when panning and susceptibility to wind noise. There's certainly good detail, but it's difficult to imagine why anyone would choose this over the Full HD options provided alongside. Not convinced? Try these

If you think of it as a specialised tool for specific situations, its limitations – no viewfinder, a fixed rear screen, a fixed focal length lens – become less important. Verdict

I have an x100T and a much smaller RX100. I probably won't get a x70/xf10 because it's so similar to both. But, I would love the smaller form factor. Unless you are into extreme pixel peeping, you probably won’t notice much of a difference between the output of these two sensors. Both are capable of producing excellent results, though you may find that certain software applications such as Adobe Lightroom are less capable of rendering fine details from the X-Trans RAW files. The extra resolution of the Bayer sensor is also handy if you tend to crop your images in post production. With the mechanical leaf shutter, both cameras can shoot at a maximum of 1/4000s and a minimum of 30 seconds. However once you switch over to the electronic shutter, you’ll find that the XF10 actually has a slower maximum shutter speed than the X70 (1/16000 vs 1/32000).

With that said, I had trouble understanding what you mean by "usable" when we're referring to zone focusing. The "zone" is literally anything beyond the plane of focus that is "acceptably sharp" in the image, because they're, technically speaking, out of focus. (Filmmaker IQ on YouTube have great videos on this subject.) For reference, the 5m at F5.6 setting provides you with good focus from 2m to infinity and the 2m at F8 setting gives you good focus from about 1m to 24m of distance. In other words, just because the 2m setting has an F8 aperture, you'll find that objects far off in the distance will be softer than they will at the 5m setting because they'll be outside the plane of focus. Equipped with an APS-C sized sensor, the XF10 has superior image quality and wide dynamic range. It produces sharp, high resolution images that are certain to fulfill the demands of any type of photographer. Good for: Street photographers using 'snap focus', landscape shooters looking for a lightweight photographic companion and generalist photographers that have enough experience to work around the camera's limitations. The XF10’s autofocus (AF) system is pretty fast and reliable for a compact camera. I wouldn’t use it for shooting sport or action, but it’s fast enough to cope with street photography situations. It can help to shoot with the touch-shutter activated as this allows you to set teh focus point and trip the shutter with one tap on the screen. LensApprox. 0.7 sec., when High Performance mode set to ON Approx. 1.1 sec., when High Performance mode set to OFF * Fujifilm research Both cameras can record in Full HD up to 60fps but the XF10 is capable of recording for longer (30 vs 14 minutes).

The human field of vision is approximately 120 degrees, or equivalent to an 11mm lens on a full frame camera. Our focus span sufficient to read text is only 6 degrees, or equivalent to about a 350mm lens on a full frame camera. The XF10’s edge-to-edge sharpness trumps the performance of many DSLR or mirrorless camera kit lenses. Why buy the Fujifilm XF10? Turning to the top plate, we can see that a mode dial and twin control dials have supplanted the dedicated shutter speed and exposure compensation dials of the X70. There isn’t any sign of a dedicated video button either. is the focal length closest to the human eye(actually 43mm-ish). It’s a delightful focal length yet sadly underutilized by most lens manufacturers. Think of it as a 35mm that has better bokeh and dof.Ditch the unpractical lens cap, use a hard case. For the occasional moment you need a tilt screen, use camera remote. EDUCATION: Chris graduated Magna Cum Laude from Adelphi University with a degree in Communications in Journalism in 2009. Since then, he's learned and adapted to various things in the fields of social media, SEO, app development, e-commerce development, HTML, etc. W) mm x 64.4 (H) mm x 41.0 (D) mm / 4.4 in.(W) x 2.5 in. (H) x 1.6 in. (D) (Minimum depth: 25.9 mm/ 1.0 in.) Two modes that go hand-in-hand with the XF10’s 4K capabilities are 4K Burst Shooting and Multi Focus. If it is an everyday or support camera I prefer the XF10 to the X70, but any of the two will suit you.



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