Mirrorless Camera – A cheaper (but not cheapened) alternative to the X-T1
- 16.3-megapixel APC-C sensor, 8fps burst mode
- 2,360k dot OLED viewfinder and 3-inch, 920k-dot LCD tilt monitor
- 381g with battery and memory card
- Review price: £600
If you like the look of the X-T2 but can't stomach the price, try the Fujifilm X-T10. It is, in many ways, a downsized version of the slightly older X-T1. Vitally, they share the same 16.3-megapixel APS-C sensor and have the same outstanding high-ISO and colour performance – it's certainly among the best mirrorless cameras for image quality.
While the autofocus system isn't quite as fast as those from Sony and Panasonic, the X-T10 still performs well. Its 8fps burst mode is decent, too – not best in class, but good for a camera at this price.
The design has a classic quality and it's tough – it has a magnesium alloy shell just like top-end cameras. There are plenty of direct controls that makes it great to use, though its video options are rather limited.