Fuji X-S10 photo exposed SLR shape to mechanical dial

Sajjad Hussain
Oct 12 · 3 min read

Nokishita released a full-angle photo of the Fuji X-S10 mirrorless camera. Fuji’s release of the new machine on October this year

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According to existing news, the X-S10 uses a 26.1MP X-Trans CMOS 4 sensor, which is the same CMOS sensor of the X-T4 and X-T30. The body is equipped with five-axis anti-shake and provides up to 6-speed anti-shake. Shake effect, using X-Processor 4 processor, can shoot up to 4K/30P or 1080P/240P video, equipped with a 1.04 million pixel touch screen, with 18 film simulation effects, the size of the body is 126.0 x 85.1 x 65.4 mm, weighs 465g.

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Judging from the pictures released by Nokishita, the X-S10 continues to adopt a SLR camera shape, with a warship department with EVF installed, the screen can be flipped to the front, convenient for users to shoot Vlog, with a large handle for installing the battery inside; The thickness is relatively normal, unlike the X-H1, which is greatly thickened by the addition of the anti-shake module; Mini HDMI, USB Type-C interface, microphone input are provided, and there is no headphone jack for monitoring; the top of the machine has a mode Dial, ISO button, Q dial, but without the retro design of shutter dial, ISO dial, etc., the appearance of the whole machine is more modern, and the operation should be more efficient than XA series and X-TX0 series.

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