While a more detailed Fujifilm X-T10 specs list continues to elude our sight, the upcoming mirrorless camera, dubbed as the mini X-T1, is rumored to feature the same image sensor as its bigger sibling.
A few shy rumors exploring the possibility of Fujifilm launching an affordable version of the X-T1 weathersealed camera circulated on the web in 2014. After the dawn of the new year, these gossip talks began to intensify, so this mysterious mirrorless camera is beginning to take shape.
The latest piece of information revealed by the rumor mill is referring to the image sensor of the so-called Fujifilm X-T10. It appears that the shooter will feature an identical image sensor as the one found in its source of inspiration: the X-T1.
Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera will use the same sensor as the X-T1
We have heard through the grapevine that the Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless camera will borrow more than its looks from the X-T1. As a result, you can add the 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II image sensor to the list of things we know about the Fujifilm X-T10.
This means that the X-T10 will offer a similar image quality as its more expensive sibling. This is always a good thing and we are finally beginning to comprehend why the shooter is referred to as the cheaper version of the X-T1.
In recent times, it has been revealed that the X-T10 will not be weathersealed as the X-T1. Furthermore, the mirrorless camera will have a smaller electronic viewfinder than the first X-mount weathersealed shooter. These details have led to the questioning of why it is likened to the X-T1. However, now it seems like the design will be joined by the sensor, so this device is finally starting to make sense.
Fujifilm X-T1 specs list round-up
The Fuji X-T1 camera features a 16.3-megapixel APS-C-sized megapixel sensor based on X-Trans CMOS II technology with Phase Detection AF support. It is powered by an EXR II image processor and it captures up to 8fps with AF Tracking turned on.
On the back, users will find a tilting 3-inch display and a 2.36-million-pixel OLED electronic viewfinder, both allowing photographers and videographers to frame their photos and videos.
The mirrorless camera features multiple dials and buttons on top, which will give professionals full, quick, and easy access to the exposure settings. Its maximum ISO sensitivity stands at 51,200, which will be helpful in low-light conditions.