Product Comparison: Fujifilm X-E2S vs Fujifilm X-T10
- I wanted to try a system that is much lighter, pocketable, but matches SLR quality in both camera & lenses. And in this cell all this is.
- I am impressed with its quality, the extent of its features and with its portability.
- I bought it and have put it through its paces on two trips to China where I do a fair bit of street photography and studio work while traveling on business. It's compact and good camera.
- Like most people, I've transitioned from a DSLR to mirrorless for size & weight considerations. And now I carry a single small Crumpler camera bag with the Fuji X-E2S.
- It is a perfect size. It looks great. I like the size of XE2s, the weight, and the way it’s made.
- 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 pictures I have taken so far are great with no noise at 1600 iso.
- Excellent low light performance and this is simply a beautiful machine, small, light and does what it is made to do.
- Changing the ISO does require that I go to the menus, but I'm going to experiment with customizing the function buttons to try to streamline that process.
- You can’t shoot RAF files while using the extended ISO speeds, where I would think you’d most want to shoot RAW.
- The continuous AF is horrific - at least on the 27mm 2.8 pancake. This camera will consistently "pulse" the AF back and forth around a subject instead of "locking on".
- 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.
- I like being able to review photos and access the menus through a viewfinder adjusted to my eyesight.
- I like being shoot video while using the viewfinder, especially in bright sunlight when I can barely see the rear screen.
- The resolution is amazing no worse than on my laptop, my eyes do not get tired to look constantly at the screen.
- It is annoying how my face smudges the screen when i use the viewfinder. Jostling around inside my manbag sometimes turns the camera on.
- The screen can not be seen in daylight. Annoying very much.
- 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.
- In manual mode the controls are easy to use and I don't have to take my eye away from the EVF to quickly adjust shutter speed and aperture to get the results I want.
- The panorama shooting mode has also been fun to play around with. The mode works amazingly and without any delay.
- Although I still tend to shoot in manual mode, I have experienced some with the "scene" modes that the X-E2S offers, as well as the film simulations. All modes show good performance.
- This camera take very sharp picture, quick focus and awesome " fully auto" mode. Nice video camera too with built in stabilization and IOS on the kit lens.
- The only thing that has tripped me up a few times is the electronic shutter. I go back and forth shooting with a flash and I keep forgetting you can't use the electronic shutter and shoot with a flash.
- 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.
- The connector cover (HDMI, USB, and remote/mic) and battery/SD card door feel nice and sturdy too.
- You are supposed to connect the camera wirelessly to your laptop, etc to transfer your photos.
- Wifi connectivity is a feature I use more than I thought I would; really a feature that makes the camera an extension of your iPhone.
- I'm very frustrated that the camera does not support in-camera battery charging via USB.
- One thing I do not like about this product is that they do not include a USB cable to transfer your pictures to another device.
- 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.