First Look: Fujifilm X-T10


In the following video, Allan Weitz takes a Quick Look at the new Fujifilm X-T10 Mirrorless digital camera, and covers its range of features and specifications. The video begins by highlighting the unique, classically inspired exterior design, as well as the unique 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor and EXR Processor II processor. From here, Weitz touches on the camera's performance, including its fast start-up and focusing speeds, 8 fps continuous shooting speed, full HD 1080p video, expandable sensitivity to ISO 25600, and a top 1/32,000-second shutter speed. The video then goes on to cover the X-T10's Film Simulation settings, Intelligent Hybrid AF system, high-resolution OLED finder and tilting 3.0" LCD screen, and built-in Wi-Fi. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at



Can't believe you suggested the 1/32000 could be used to"freeze" fast motion.  It's an electronic shutter which does not work that way. You got the shutter delay wrong too - its 0.005 seconds not .05 seconds!

Indeed. This is serious misconception. The electronic shutter may have minimum exposure speed of 1/32,000 second, but is is a rolling shutter, a scanner basically. The minimum exposure only applies to the individual lines of resolution. The aggragate frame exposure is more in the range of 1/10 second. It has a limited application, primarily for brightly lit still subjects (i.e. landscapes) where an ND filter would otherwise be required to shoot at wider apertures.

Anyone purchasing this or other Fuji cameras under the impression that the silent electronic shutter can be used to capture motion, in theater settings or at weddings for example, will be sorely disappointed. Count on those cameras being returned, or some very upset customers.