Sporting a smaller body and simpler user interface, the new X-S10 APS-C sensor mirrorless camera marks quite a departure from the usual Fujifilm blueprint.
It’s a clear attempt to attract a brand new audience to Fujifilm cameras, who may previously have been put off by the more complex design and larger size of models like the X-T4 and X-Pro3.
The new Fuji XS10 is billed as the ultimate all-rounder that offers something a little bit different to the Fujifilm norm.
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