Fuji X-T10 image leaks ahead of launch tipped for May 18

Photography fans looking for a compact camera that should offer great photo performance will want to check out a leaked image of the Fujifilm X-T10 camera that has hit the web. This camera is expected to launch on May 18 meaning it's only a few weeks before we know all the details on this slick looking little camera.

This is the first image of the camera that has leaked online and it clearly shows to be the X-T10 in images. It's said to be fitted with one of the two available kit lenses in this shot with the lens on the leaked image being an XF 18-55mm unit.

Rumors suggest that the camera will also be offered with an XC 16-50mm lens as well. Intergraded flash is inside the pentaprism. So far, all we have to go on for specs are a number of leaks that happened previously. These rumored specs include a 16.3MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS II sensor, ultrasonic cleaning mechanism, and ISO of up to 51200.

The camera is tipped to be able to shoot continuous at 8 fps and use a hybrid AF system with 49 points. The rear LCD is a 3.0-inch unit with 920,000 dot resolution that tilts. Both JPEG and RAW modes are supported and the camera has integrated WiFi.

SOURCE: Fujirumors