Fujifilm is always a company known for its retro camera designs with modern optics and imaging, and the new X-T1o is no different.
Designed as an easier means of entering the interchangeable lens ecosystem, the X-T10 costs $800 body-only, or $900 with a XC 16-50mm lens kit. All of which, is excellent, because the X-T10 not only functions as a sort of junior version of the company’s $1200 flagship X-T1 camera, but still sports a 16.3-megapixel APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor (with built-in phase detection autofocus), an EXR Processor II and compatibility with all existing Fujinon lenses.
Aesthetics? On paper, they sound pleasing: aluminum touches everywhere with lots of grip. A release is pegged for sometimes in June.