The premium compact camera market has exploded over the past couple of years, with one of the most popular models being the original Ricoh GR and its successor the GR II. When we tested the II version a couple of years ago, we found it surprisingly fun to use for street photography and very rewarding as far as image quality and user experience are concerned.
Recently Fuji unveiled the XF10, a premium compact that appears to compete directly with the GR II. Like the Ricoh, it features an APS-C sized sensor, a fixed 18.5mm f/2.8 lens and a similar streamlined and minimalistic design.
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