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Sep 21, 2022 03:39 |  #1

I've written a review for this camera over on my blog (external link) but the TLDR is:

The Fujifilm X-S10 offers a very affordable gateway into the Fuji ecosystem for those who want something similar to other brands (PASM dial) with all the features that make Fujifilm what they are (film simulations and excellent rage of APSC lenses). You may feel limited in some situations when it comes to AF tracking although this will all be forgotten when you bear witness to the image quality this camera gives you in return.

What I like
- Image quality & dynamic range
- Colors and film presets
- IBIS
- Price
- Size and weight

What I don’t Like
- Autofocus tracking could be better
- Lack of dedicated Bluetooth remote

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Sony Alpha A7 Mark IV - Sony FE PZ 16-35mm f/4 G - Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM - Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DN Art
FujiFilm X-S10 - Fujifilm XF 33mm f/1.4 R LM WR - Sigma 56mm f/1.4

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Sep 21, 2022 15:44 |  #2

Thanks for the review Daniel! Stunning images you've posted with your review, tempting.

My experience with the XE2 was less than impressive. I felt that an XT3 or T30 would provide an improved user experience. The LR developing of the RAF files did not please me either. The bodies and the post processing programs have improved.




  
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Sep 22, 2022 06:41 |  #3

ra40 wrote in post #19427636 (external link)
Thanks for the review Daniel! Stunning images you've posted with your review, tempting.

My experience with the XE2 was less than impressive. I felt that an XT3 or T30 would provide an improved user experience. The LR developing of the RAF files did not please me either. The bodies and the post processing programs have improved.

No problem and thanks for checking it out :) I know you shoot with an EF-M Mount camera so I’m sure it is tempting haha. I don’t think this would make you happy AF wise (the M50 II was better in that regard), but in terms of IQ and value for money this camera can’t be beat.

LR appears to work much better with RAF files now and you can even use the film presets as camera profiles which is a huge plus!


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Sep 22, 2022 20:23 |  #4

Thanks! Tempting. Hahaha...

The sales guy at the shop I've known for about 20 years sold his Canon gear for 2-XT3-s. He was pushing me to try the XT3 or T30 at minimal. That was when I bought the XE2 to see. By the time the XT3 kit was built out, it was fairly pricey. What gave additional pause then was the limited options to trigger strobes. Godox has better offerings now.




  
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Sep 23, 2022 01:47 |  #5

ra40 wrote in post #19427994 (external link)
Thanks! Tempting. Hahaha...

The sales guy at the shop I've known for about 20 years sold his Canon gear for 2-XT3-s. He was pushing me to try the XT3 or T30 at minimal. That was when I bought the XE2 to see. By the time the XT3 kit was built out, it was fairly pricey. What gave additional pause then was the limited options to trigger strobes. Godox has better offerings now.

Sometimes it can be good to give into the temptations :p haha

Do you want something with all manual dials etc? I know the X-S10 isn’t too popular with the more traditional Fuji users due to it being PASM but for us who loved the EF-M bodies it’s a great body to swap to. Considering it had the X-T4 sensor but still has IBIS, it’s that hard to beat for the price. It also has the Sigma trinity now too which makes it even better.

I will say though the EF-M lenses are excellent. The Fuji XF 33mm f1.4 R LM WR is a great alternative to the EF-M 32mm (albeit bigger and slightly heavier) but the 22mm pancake honestly can’t be matched. The closest equiv on Fuji is the 27mm f/2.8 which is a stop slower, much sharper but slightly bigger and the Fuji has horrible AF.


Sony Alpha A7 Mark IV - Sony FE PZ 16-35mm f/4 G - Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM - Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DN Art
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Sep 23, 2022 23:20 |  #6

The SX10 would be a great travel camera for evenings with the IBIS. I've liked the Fuji lenses because I'm a traditionalist that came up with chunky metal barrel manual focus lenses. They have good range coverage for what I would shoot. Going to think about the next camera update. :-D




  
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Sep 24, 2022 02:22 as a reply to  @ ra40's post |  #7

Yeah the IBIS works pretty well, lets me drag the shutter quite a bit. Ah then yeah maybe something like an X-T5 or the upcoming X-T5 would be better for you! Either way good luck with your decision and resisting temptation :p


Sony Alpha A7 Mark IV - Sony FE PZ 16-35mm f/4 G - Sony FE 35mm f/1.4 GM - Sigma 85mm f/1.4 DN Art
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