Product Comparison: Fujifilm X-A3 vs Fujifilm X-T10
- The X-A3 is the smallest of Fujifilm’s compact system cameras, but it follows the same kind of design principles, being retro or old-fashioned in appearance.
- For a relatively compact camera, the Fujifilm X-A3 features a large sensor – it's a 24.2MP APS-C sensor, similar in size to those in many DSLRs.
- Super small and compact. I love this because I can easily take with me.
- The feeling of weight is something new so light that I can take pictures for a couple of hours without stopping.
- The lens adds a lot of weight to your hands. It is not very convenient to shoot with a lens.
- It has a good size and makes a perfect pair with the XF35mm F / 2 lens.
- This is a good camera, I had an x-e2 and did not like it . The X-T10 build, size and ergonomics are much superior.
- The X-T10 is very compact yet delivers very good images. Very lovely and small camera.
- Great camera for someone looking for powerful camera in a compact package.
- Great camera if you like travelling and have something light and usefull.
- The X-A3 has a native ISO range of 200 to 6400, which is expandable up to ISO25600 if necessary.
- ISO perfectly copes with all conditions. I can take pictures in any conditions and I will receive excellent photos. And also at high ISO there are no loud noises.
- Photos in low light are something because I did not see that they could be so beautiful and high quality.
- You are able to shoot in both JPEG and raw format with the Fujifilm X-A3, but it should be noted that not all functionality will be available in raw format.
- The lowest sensitivity you can shoot at in raw is ISO 200 - you will need to switch to JPEG only shooting if you want to shoot at ISO 100.
- Excellent. I love this camera! It has excellent image quality and features native filters that simulate analog film.
- I've had the X-T10 for a few weeks, have been to a couple of events and have managed to grab some really good images.
- This really is a fine camera that is very capable in most situations. It produces excellent quality images - in my opinion, better than my Canon DSLR, and that was no slouch.
- There is no ISO dial but there are three settings for AUTO-ISO which I use all the time so this is not a problem for me.
- Even without being a professional, I get great pictures, beginners will really like this camera.
- The Fujifilm X-A3’s screen is touch-sensitive, which means you can use it to set the AF point too, or even fire off the shutter release.
- The screen is mounted on a hinge which allows it to be tilted. You can angle it slightly downwards, and if you pull it out from the hinge slightly, you can face it all the way forwards.
- It has a really neat little flip screen, so I can take selfies and I really like that it has a touch screen.
- Great for taking selfies using the 180° tilt screen gives perfect visibility. Customisable buttons so that the command button can take the picture makes it miles easier to take the selfie.
- There’s no viewfinder for the Fujifilm X-A3, but there is a hotshoe on top of the camera if you wanted to purchase one as a separate accessory.
- The viewfinder is huge and very responsive the tilting screen is handy,there is some very nice fuji glass available.
- The touch-screen is something I have used way more than I thought I would... I now wouldn't be without it.
- Very clear and impressive 3.0-inch, almost 1 million tilting LCD screen.
- Great screen that tilts so that you can take pictures from different angles without any problems.
- The touchscreen is very responsible, which allows you to quickly configure the necessary functions.
- Excellent panoramic shooting. I like to bring a camera with me so that i can take photos for remember.
- Film simulation modes are the same as on my XT100 and offer great ways of changing picture quality depending on what/where you are taking your pictures.
- In auto mode - the focus can struggle. But in manual mode, the sensor comes in to its own and lets you take stunning astrophotography shot.
- In daylight, even on auto, the focus is fine and I love the touch to shoot where you can touch the screen and it will focus and shoot at that point.
- Impossible to take pictures in the rain as this camera is not waterproof
- All the manual controls are still there, handling is fine with buttons a decent size and with a good feel.
- The camera has lots of buttons and customisation options so you can customise to your liking.
- The X-T10 has a shooting mode dial, which can change the mode from single shot to multiple (multiple high (i.e. fast) and multiple low (i.e. slow)) to bracketed to panorama.
- There's a dial for shutter speed, so you can very quickly dial-in a specific shutter speed or set it to auto.
- It has 7 (I think) different buttons which can be assigned custom functions.
- Photos are printed from the camera thanks to PictBridge, which makes it very easy.
- USB port works perfectly and quickly transfer photos to my computer.
- Surprisingly, it has an HDMI connector; it allows me to watch my photos on a TV.
- Connecting in the old fashioned way through usb is very frustrating since all cameras already use Wi-Fi and NFC.
- A month later, the computer stopped seeing the camera, the USB connector broke and did not work anymore.
- I wish Fuji had moved the SD card slot out of the battery compartment - It's difficult to remove the SD card at best.
- The camera has a fast usb port that allows me to quickly upload my photos to my computer.
- The camera has a really fast usb port, a good screen and excellent quality. I am happy to use it.
- After 4 months of active use of the camera, there were problems with the SD card, the camera does not see it.
- USB port is not stable, especially speed, in the first months of use this was not noticed.