As you can see in the image, it is more square than the X-T1. It looks very much like an old Fujica ST901 film SLR, so maybe this is another case of Fuji looking to the past for inspiration on their new bodies.
Overall, I like it the more that I look at it. I was not a huge fan at first, but even in just the short time it has taken me to write up this post, I have warmed to the design more. It’s similar enough to the X-T1 to make the X-T10 name agreeable, yet different enough they shouldn’t get confused.
The other notable aspect is the absence of much of a hand grip. It’s nowhere near the size of the one on the X-T1 that people complained about being too small. So this is an interesting design choice from Fuji.
The X-T10 is expected to be announced on May 18th, and will feature the same 16MP X-Trans sensor that we have seen for several years now. This very well could be the last Fuji camera released with that sensor – let’s hope so.
What are your thoughts on the X-T10 design? Are you ok with the no grip decision? Leave a comment below and let us know what you think!