Ayaw ko mauna, dahil siguradong mastaas pa yun price. If ever bibili ako pag nag stablize na yun price, kaya matatagalan pa. But if the price is right why not But kinda hard to choose to retain the XZ-1 or change to the X10 dahil magka parehas sila ng focal length at almost the same sa aperture, although the x10 is 1/3 slower but it has a bigger sensor kaya siguradong better ISO performance so the would cancel out any advantage the X10 have. Mas maganda tignan yun retro look ng X10 at gusto ko yun manual zoom ring. hmmmm
Naglabas pala ng 1.7x teleconverter ang olympus for the XZ-1, eto yun post ni logbi77 http://www.pinoyphotography.org/forum/index.php?topic=80967.msg1013384#msg1013384 Another plus for the XZ-1???
Brochure ng X10, pang BI http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x10/pdf/index/x10_catalogue_01.pdf
The Fuji X10 will be a bit more expensive but I expect it will be better than the Olympus XZ-1. Fuji has shown what it can do with the X100 and I expect the X10 to be equally good. The XZ-1 is let down primarily by its sensor so despite its fantastic lens, the XZ-1 really best used at Base or fairly low ISO. Olympus needs to use a much better sensor in the XZ-1 successor to somehow compete with the X10.
The X10 optical viewfinder (even if only 85% coverage) is one of the primary differentiation from the XZ-1.
This alone probably makes the X10 a hands down winner over the XZ-1. The many physical controls and buttons is another. The considerably faster manual zoom is still another. The 6mp Wide Dynamic Rage and the 6mp high-ISO options, the high-speed continuous shooting (!) and the bracketing functions are even more differentiation from the XZ-1.
For me, there is no question about it. The Fuji X10 will be the king of the hill among the non-interchangeable lens compact cameras.