The entire specifications sheet of the Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless interchangeable lens camera has been leaked on the web ahead of the device’s announcement event set to occur in mid-May.
Fujifilm has been rumored to launch a cheaper version of the X-T1 weathersealed camera since the beginning of 2015. Bit by bit, the device in question has begun to take shape and it has been revealed as X-T10, an X-mount camera similar to the Fuji X-T1 but without its sibling’s weather-resistance.
Only a few days ago, the rumor mill said that the shooter is coming sometime around mid-May. Now, a trusted source is reporting that the shooter will be revealed in the near future, while the camera’s full specs list has been leaked, too.
Leaked Fujifilm X-T10 specs list confirms X-T1 similarities
Just like the rumor mill predicted, the Fuji X-T10 will feature a 16.3-megapixel X-Trans CMOS II APS-C-sized image sensor and a built-in electronic viewfinder with a 2.36-million-dot resolution.
Its maximum ISO sensitivity is set at 51,200, while the 49-point Intelligent Hybrid autofocus system allows it to focus in just 0.08 seconds. Its boot time stands at 0.5 seconds, while the shutter lag stands at 0.05 seconds.
The shutter speed ranges between 60 seconds and 1/32000th of a second. The fastest speed is achieved thanks to an electronic shutter that is also very quiet.
The camera has a 3-inch tilting LCD screen on the back, just like the X-T1. However, it has a resolution of 921,000 dots, while X-T1’s screen offers a resolution of about 1,040,000 pixels.
Fuji X-T10 will have a built-in flash, while the X-T1 does not have one
The Fujifilm X-T10 specs list is said to include built-in WiFi, allowing users to take control over their camera using a mobile device. This feature can be used for stills as well as videos of up to full HD resolution and 60fps frame rate.
The leakster hints that users will be able to adjust exposure settings during video recording. Also, it is claimed that the camera will have five dials and that it will support P/S/A/M modes. There is no mention of a P/A/S/M dial, so it is possible that these modes can be accessed differently.
Fuji X-T10 will be made out of metal, but the camera will not be weathersealed. It will offer an exposure compensation dial, a timer, and a time-lapse photography mode among others.
One feature that tops the X-T1 will consist of the built-in pop-up flash. Its weather-resistant sibling does not have one, but the X-T10 will do. The camera will have a 350-shot battery life and will be sold along with an XC 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS II lens in the near future.
Stay tuned for the official announcement, which could happen early next week!