Just Published: Our Fujifilm X-T10 ILC Review

Fuji's X-T10 is an elegant ILC that offers users a rangefinder look and feel, with a very retro control layout. Like the cameras of old, you rotate dials or rings to adjust the shutter speed, aperture, etc. The heart of this compact ILC is an APS-C sized CMOS image sensor offering 16-megapixels of resolution, which is controlled by their EXR Processor III.

The X-T10 uses Fujifilm's X-mount, which is compatible with 18 XF/XC lenses, covering a variety of photographic needs. Other appealing features include a tilting 3.0-inch LCD, a high resolution (2.36M dot) EVF, built-in Wi-Fi, and much more.

See our hands on Fujifilm X-T10 digital camera review to get the low down on this stylish ILC's performance.