Fujifilm debuts mid-price X-S10 with six stops of in-body stabilization: Digital Photography Review
Fujifilm has just introduced its newest APS-C mirrorless camera, the X-S10. It brings the X-T4’s still image capabilities into a smaller, more affordable package, with nearly the same in-body stabilization rating.
The Fujifilm X-S10 features a 26.1MP X-Trans sensor and X-Processor 4, both borrowed from the X-T4. What isn’t lifted from the higher-end model is an all-new in-body image stabilization system, re-designed for the X-S10’s more compact form and 30% smaller than the X-T4’s IBIS unit. It’s rated up to 6 stops of shake reduction (compared to the X-T4’s 6.5) and achieves that level of performance with most of Fujifilm’s unstabilized lenses.
The X-S10 offers a fully articulating 3″ LCD with 1.04 million dots, and a built-in electronic viewfinder that’s a bit lower resolution…
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