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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2015, 02:28:09 PM »
Here's TheCameraStore's hands on field test of X-10

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3CZ5wTSLBQ#t=25

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #2 on: May 18, 2015, 03:03:45 PM »
Type ko pa rin yong itsura ng X-E1/E2...

No doubt it can give you great images but I am not yet convinced about how good the AF is. Secondly, it looks like the x-30 in terms of overall frame and size. How I wish this is the x-30 with a fixed zoom lens.

But then it is only me. Others will like it and others won't.To each  his own. I am a Fuji fan but I will skip this one unless in 6 months the price will really drop to something you can't refuse. The trans sensor is good for still but sucks on video. Looking forward for the xpro2 and the x-e3....and the Oly E-M2 and the Sony A6100, a7000, a7rII. The choices on the coming days will be tremendous limited only by your pocket. We can always dream with our GAS, can't way?
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #3 on: May 18, 2015, 06:46:54 PM »
Akala ko upgrade sa X-T1 itong X-T10. Hindi pala. Therefore, hindi parin bababa prices ng X-T1. haha!

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #5 on: May 20, 2015, 01:56:17 AM »
Basically the same Gen 2 X-Trans sensor like the X-T1 but without the other bells and whistles like weather sealing and stuff.  So ang AF n'yan won't offer a significant jump in performance to a point that it nears that of a DSLR, kahit speed man lang ng EOS 550D.  In comparison, the OM-D EM5 Mark II is faster but at the expense of having a smaller m4/3 sensor.

Sa Fuji line-up right now, kung bilis ng AF, mukhang lamang pa rin yata ang X100T.
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #6 on: May 20, 2015, 06:40:29 AM »
Basically the same Gen 2 X-Trans sensor like the X-T1 but without the other bells and whistles like weather sealing and stuff.  So ang AF n'yan won't offer a significant jump in performance to a point that it nears that of a DSLR, kahit speed man lang ng EOS 550D.  In comparison, the OM-D EM5 Mark II is faster but at the expense of having a smaller m4/3 sensor.

Sa Fuji line-up right now, kung bilis ng AF, mukhang lamang pa rin yata ang X100T.
The AF in Mirrorless cameras when it comes to action and tracking is what separates it from the DSLR system. It will improve in the future and may not be far away.
If what Fuji is telling us about the AF is true then the X-t10 will have a far better AF than the X100t. Take it as a grain of salt ....Fuji always claim to have the fastest AF in the world maybe they mean in Fuji world. Other than the new AF system there is nothing the X-t10 offers that others models don't.

I just hope the AF is really that good. Kaya?

http://danbaileyphoto.com/blog/full-review-of-the-new-rugged-fuji-x-t10-camera/

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #8 on: May 23, 2015, 07:56:30 PM »
I hate this thread... gave the thought of selling my 70D and shift to this system.
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #9 on: May 23, 2015, 08:45:51 PM »
Bagay sayo to pero mas bagay yong X-T1 dahil mahilig ka sa outdoor...may update yong X-T1 AF sa June. Ang bigat ng 70D mo....

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #10 on: May 24, 2015, 02:21:01 PM »
One clue if the new X-T10's AF is that good is that moment when you see a lot of wedding photographers buying or shifting.  Like what I said in an old thread, a camera's AF system is sorely tested when photographing people walking along the aisle, with the venue dimly lit but heavily backlit, and they're moving away from your focal plane towards you.  With the bride wearing white and the groom sporting a black suit, di lang AF nababaliw d'yan but pati metering system ng camera.  Sports photography outdoors, naah!  It's bright and contrasty, which is a no-brainer for most cameras.   :D
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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #11 on: May 24, 2015, 03:02:43 PM »
nalilito ang D4 ko sa ganon. kailangan ng special AF mode  :o :o :o

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #12 on: May 24, 2015, 04:28:28 PM »
One clue if the new X-T10's AF is that good is that moment when you see a lot of wedding photographers buying or shifting.  Like what I said in an old thread, a camera's AF system is sorely tested when photographing people walking along the aisle, with the venue dimly lit but heavily backlit, and they're moving away from your focal plane towards you.  With the bride wearing white and the groom sporting a black suit, di lang AF nababaliw d'yan but pati metering system ng camera.  Sports photography outdoors, naah!  It's bright and contrasty, which is a no-brainer for most cameras.   :D
Pag kasing ganda na ang AF nya tulad ng 7D II, ang dami ng maglilipatan. Pero sa tingin ko ngaun di pa masyado pero di naman ako sigurado kasi di pa naman lumalabas ang update ng X-t1. At saka yong mga review sa X-t10 ay galing pa lang sa mga FujiGuys ,FujiFanboys or paid X-photographers.

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #13 on: May 25, 2015, 12:14:36 AM »
Pag nangyari ang AF na yan mababawasan na naman advantage ng DSLRs..
Ang matitira..battery life..high speed sync..
Well yung x100 exception sa HSS kasi leaf shutter.

Sa may mirrorless umiinit ba camera niyo pag matagal naka-ON? EM5 kasi nainit kaya ginagawa ko yung Turn OFF habit. And para na rin makatipid ng konti sa battery.

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #14 on: May 28, 2015, 08:34:43 PM »

Bagay sayo to pero mas bagay yong X-T1 dahil mahilig ka sa outdoor...may update yong X-T1 AF sa June. Ang bigat ng 70D mo....

Hahaha! Heto na! Konting buyo pa mukhang bibigay nako.

but one thing that keeps me holding on is that my brother in law started investing heavily on the canon system. recently he shifted to FF and add another L glass.

hmmm... but in addition with my interest on the outdoor, with my shaky hands i think i will benefit on a lighter system.

anyone want a 70D? madali akong kausap... hahaha!


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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #15 on: May 28, 2015, 10:41:22 PM »

Bagay sayo to pero mas bagay yong X-T1 dahil mahilig ka sa outdoor...may update yong X-T1 AF sa June. Ang bigat ng 70D mo....
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Hahaha! Heto na! Konting buyo pa mukhang bibigay nako.

but one thing that keeps me holding on is that my brother in law started investing heavily on the canon system. recently he shifted to FF and add another L glass.

hmmm... but in addition with my interest on the outdoor, with my shaky hands i think i will benefit on a lighter system.

anyone want a 70D? madali akong kausap... hahaha!


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Pag nilagyan mo ng 35mm ang 70D medyo tolerable na yong weight and size nya.  Malakas talaga ang GAS sa Fuji.Pero pwede ka pa maghintay hanggang magmature ang AF nya. Baka yong Xpro2, E-X2 , X-T2 etc parang DSLR na o baka higit pa. Too early to be seduced by the X-T10. Wait a little bit till the smoke clears up.Instead of biting right away, save your dough. Save and save until the day when you have a huge resources  to buy the cam that you think is good for you.The Fujis are beautiful cameras, exotic,enticing and the colors are amazing. That is why some people have emotional connection with their Fuji cam.At the end of the day the 70D can do what the Fuji cam can and maybe even better.
People are shifting to Fujis because they can significantly reduce the size and weight of the gear that they will carry. So for an outdoor guy like you, the X series is a very attractive proposition. You know what's best for you.

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2015, 10:09:18 PM »
sinubukan ko kanina. masarap naman gamitin ::)

masarap sa kamay at maganda naman ang EVF kahit medyo may delay ang pag ON. medyo mahal din :o :o :o

yung AF niya...OK lang. malayo pa sa nagagawa ng Sony at Olympus ::)

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« Reply #18 on: June 05, 2015, 11:32:46 PM »
Baka ganon na rin ang AF ng X-T1 pag naupdate....maganda lang marketing ng Fuji. Hintayin ko na lang ang susunod na camera nila.

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Re: FUJI X-T10 Latest Camera from Fuji
« Reply #19 on: June 16, 2015, 10:20:49 AM »
Fuji Phil just announced the new X-T10's SRP

Body only..........41K php
With 16-50 Kit...46Kphp
With 27 Prime....50Kphp

Walang 18-55,
Fuji ph, Bakit??? :( :( :(

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