Fujifilm X-S10 User Manual

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Fujifilm X-S10

Fujifilm X-S10 Manual - Fujifilm has just launched their latest mirrorless camera that has a compact and lightweight design and 26.1 MP resolution image sensor. Called the X-S10, this mirrorless is also equipped with a new designed body image stabilization (IBIS) system. The company designed the X-S10 with a new command dial and the overall design is different from other Fujifilm-made cameras.

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Reported from PetaPixel (16/10), the camera's most notable offer was a dramatic design change. For Fujifilm fans, the shape of the X-S10 may come as a surprise. Compared to the X-T4 and other Fujifilm cameras, the upper dial design and grip of the X-S10 look more like the mirrorless camera design of the competitors than fujifilm's signature shape.

Perhaps more surprising is the changes to the top dial, especially the addition of Mode Dial. Fujifilm's cameras to date largely mimic the design of film cameras, with shutters, ISO, and exposures having their own dials. But the X-S10 ruled it out.

The command dial on the right side is jagged which serves to change the settings. The X-S10 also has a special record button at the top of the camera that will start video recording even when the camera is in photo mode.

Fujifilm redesigned the IBIS system in the X-S10 which allowed it to have a smaller design and a lighter weight of up to 30% compared to the previous IBIS system in other X-series cameras. Therefore, despite its small size, ibis is able to provide five-way to 6-stop image stabilization.

The IBIS is also designed to work well in video mode. Fujifilm claims it is able to compensate for camera shake even while walking. The company also added the Moost Mode Image Stabilization feature that can provide more stabilization, which adds stabilization when the camera shakes.

The X-S10 promises a high-speed autofocus (AF) system powered by the X-Processor 4. The sensor has 2.16 million phase-detection pixels which Fujifilm says can determine the focal point up to a duration of 0.02 seconds. There is also AF tracking for moving subjects as well as face and eye detection.

Burst image shooting is also reinforced by Blackout-free mode which results in photos up to 30 fps using an electronic shutter, but the X-S10 still offers a mechanical shutter experience of up to 8 fps. In terms of video recording, the X-S10 can display 4K resolutions up to 30 fps.

Fujifilm X-S10 body sold for USD999. Meanwhile, with the completeness of the kit lenses XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R and XF 16-80mm F4 R OIS WR to USD1,400 and USD1500 respectively.

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