Japanese camera manufacturer Fujifilm has unveiled a new lens + camera combo called the XT-10 which promises to bring professional grade photography at a reduced cost. It features a 16MP APS-C X-Trans sensor, which uses the EXR Processor II for image processing.
The body only model will set you back by $799 or Rs 50,800 while if you’re looking to get the camera along with the XC 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 lens, you will have to shell out $899 and $1,099 if you’re looking for a superior XF 18-55mm F2.8-4 lens.
Given the size of the battery, the camera will run for up to 350 images, so you can take it to your short camping trips and come back with plenty of juice left. Along with the viewfinder, the XT-10 also has a 3-inch LCD panel, which can be tilted according to your convenience as illustrated in the image above.
Naturally, the camera is also capable of shooting 1080p videos, so its feature set is not limited to just photos. It weighs just 380 grams, which is lighter than most professional grade cameras out there.
A feature that will grasp the attention of fans is the availability of Wi-Fi, which means the camera can connect with smartphones and tablets to share images seamlessly via the Fujifilm Camera Remote application (Android and iOS).
The XT-10 is a slightly cheaper alternative to the (ILC) XT-1 camera which was unveiled some time ago. The company hasn’t shared details on an Indian launch as of yet, but we’re guessing Fujifilm will share more details on that soon.