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Fujifilm officially unveils the X-S10 APS-C mirrorless camera with advanced in-body image stabilization

FujiFilm XS10

Fujifilm has officially updated its X-series lineup of APS-C mirrorless cameras with the introduction of the X-S10 mirrorless camera. The new camera is designed with simplicity in mind and also aimed at vloggers with in-body image stabilization.

The new Fujifilm X-S10 comes armed with a 26.1MP X-Trans IV APS-C image sensor and is backed up with Fuji’s X-Processor 4 image processor. The camera features a similar autofocus system as the X-T3 and X-T4 camera, featuring 425 points of phase detection. Fuji mentions that the new AF system can focus within 0.02 seconds. The camera has an ISO performance from 160 to 12800, along with an extended range from 80 to 51200. The sensor is capable of firing up to 20fps when switched at 26.1MP through the electronic shutter. However, the mechanical shutter can max out up to 8fps with the full resolution of the sensor.

The Fujifilm X-S10 comes with a new in-body image stabilization system that offers up to 6-stops of compensation. The camera also comes with a motion sensor retention system as a first among Fuji cameras. It’s basically a mechanical shock absorber that prevents even the slightest of vibrations caused by the shutter of the camera. The newly developed IBIS is also capable of video stabilization and compensates shakes while walking. The new shooter also packs an Image Stabilization Mode Boost that enhances the compensation and eliminates shakes when using the camera at a fixed and handheld position.

The Fujifilm X-S10 also comes with 18 Film Simulation modes along with an improved Auto Scene Position mode that can automatically tune the settings while exposed to a scene. The mode is capable of capturing landscapes with great clarity and vivid colors, along with portraits with natural skin tones and evenly balanced images even when in backlit situations. The Fujifilm X-S10 comes with an articulating vari-angle LCD display on its rear side, which can rotate up to 180-degree. The articulating screen is well-suited for video shooting or vlogging sessions. Speaking of which, the camera is capable of 4K videos at 30fps and at 4:2:0 8-bit while writing to an SD card, but can output at 4:2:2 10-bit when connected to an HDMI port. The videos are oversampled at 6K for a 4K video output. You can also record 1080p videos up to 250fps slow-motion video capture.

The camera’s Live Viewfinder works in three different Boost modes: Low Light Priority Shooting, Resolution Priority Model, and the Frame Rate Priority. The camera body with the battery and memory card included weighs only 465g. The memory card slot of the X-S10 accepts cards up to UHS-1 SDXC. The camera features a USB Type-C port, micro HDMI port, and a 3.5mm microphone jack. The new Fujifilm X-S10 is set to release soon and will cost 999.95 dollars (Approx. 3700 AED) for the body-only option. The camera with an XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 R lens is priced at 1399.95 dollars (Approx. 5200 AED). The Fujifilm X-S10 with the XF 16-80mm F4 R OIS WR lens is priced at 1499.95 dollars (Approx. 5600 AED).


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