Fuji X-T10

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  1. lionman

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    Bring on the AF update!!
     
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    Yeah dude, the new X-T1 update will be sweet.
     
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    fugly ish
    it would look much better in black I think...
     
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    I think that's true of all the Fuji line, really.
     
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    haters gonna hate! haha.
     
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    To be fair even those who love the look of fuji cameras and lenses (me for example), think the XT10 is really ugly.
     
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    It would look nicer all black. Its pretty distinctive looking though, plenty of character.
     
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    Distinctive is one way to put it..... :p IMHO the only camera that Fuji makes that looks good in black/silver is the X100 series.
     
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    from most the the forums i roam, most people seem to like it. I dont mind it, X-T1 looks better sure, but i still think the X-T10 looks better than A7, OMD etc. And yeah i think it looks better in black too, with a nice brown leather strap = sexah :thumbup:
     
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    Yep. I've got an X100 and would love an X-T1, but the X-T10 is fugly.
     
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    oh fuck the retro look is so 2014.

    Can we get back to decent looking modern cameras now please?
     
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    Barf; the whole faux-retro, silver paint thing...
     
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    sure, as long as they have dedicated marked dials for everything.

    but, they don't.
     
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    I can change the settings on my canon dslr up against my face a LOT more easily and intuitively than I can with the Fujis I have.
     
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    Should look decent in black, like the X-T1.

    The retro look doesn't work with view finder, makes it look terrible. The X100 pulls off the retro look just fine IMO.
     
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    99% of cameras out there have DSLR type controls and there's a 1% for us weirdos. I think it's a good ratio, you'll find what you need.
     
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    yeah baby

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    Oh man, I wanted to love then Quattro DP series of cameras, but it was just too slow for my liking. Slower than my spare EOS-M body!
     
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    Thread dig, I had a play with one of these the other day in my local shop - loved it. Light, smallish, solid and featureful.

    Is anyone here using one in anger?

    (To pre-empt what seems to be the main gripe in this thread, I don't care how it looks.)
     

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