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Fujifilm X-A10 Review - Verdict


Fujifilm X-A10 Review - Verdict: Fujifilm X A10 Black (10)

Value For Money

The Fujifilm X-A10 is available for £449 with 16-50mm lens. This makes it good value for money, although some of the alternatives offer a built-in electronic viewfinder (EVF), with others offering 4K video recording. You could also look at the Fujifilm X-A3, with 24mp sensor, which is £100 more.

Fujifilm X-A10, 16mp APS-C CMOS sensor, 6fps, FullHD video, £449 with lens
Fujifilm X-A3, 24mp APS-C CMOS sensor, 6fps, FullHD video, £549 with lens
Sony Alpha A6000, 24mp APS-C CMOS sensor, 11fps, FullHD video, EVF, £549 with lens
Olympus PEN E-PL8, 16mp Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor, FullHD video, £499
Panasonic Lumix GX80, 16mp Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor, 8fps, 4K video, EVF, £539 with lens
Panasonic Lumix GX800, 16mp Micro Four Thirds CMOS sensor, 5.8fps, 4K video, £399

Have a look at more compact system cameras in our Top 13 Best Premium Mirrorless Cameras (with EVF), or have a look at the Top 10 Best Entry-level Mirrorless Cameras (may have EVF under or around £500). You'll also need to buy a memory card and a case or bag to keep your camera safe and protected - have a look at our complete guide to camera bags.


Fujifilm X-A10 Verdict

The Fujifilm X-A10 offers the great Fujifilm colour reproduction we've come to expect of Fujifilm X-series cameras, as well as great noise performance from the 16-megapixel sensor. Dynamic range can be easily expanded using the DR options, and there are several film simulations available. With two command dials, it's easy to change settings on the camera. 

There is no touchscreen, but the tilting 3inch screen gives good shooting possibilities, and there's a relatively large range of lenses available, with even the entry level XC lens performs well. 

Advanced filters and scene modes don't save raw files, and if you want to shoot at ISO100 or above ISO6400, then you also can't shoot with raw images. This limits the usable ISO range from ISO200 to ISO6400 if you shoot raw. For most people, particularly beginners, this won't particularly be a problem, as JPEG images straight from the camera are excellent the majority of the time, but for the occasions when you need raw, this will disappoint.

As one of the cheapest X-mount cameras from Fujifilm, this camera offers good value for money. 


Fujifilm X-A10 Pros

  • Excellent bright saturated images
  • XC 16-50mm OIS II lens performs well
  • Two command dials
  • Most affordable X-mount camera
  • 3inch tilting screen
  • Wi-Fi connectivity

Fujifilm X-A10 Cons

  • Advanced filters and scene modes don't save raw files
  • Raw not available when using ISO100, 12800, 25600
  • Limited film simulation modes compared to X-A3

Overall Verdict

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