Fujifilm X-S10 DPR’s Best Entry-Level ILC of The Year and X100V Best Compact Fixed Lens Camera


It’s the end of the year and organizations like DPR are making their best of lists. This year Fujifilm wins DPR’s Best Entry-Level ILC of The Year, which might not seem like a big deal, but low post cameras sell the best. The release of the Fujifilm X-S10 should also give Fujifilm fans hope that Fujifilm’s future cameras are going to add a lot of features in the near future or that Fujifilm prices might come down some like with the release of the X-T3.

The Fujifilm X-S10 really is a mini and inexpensive Fujifilm X-T4 that anyone should be happy to own. With the processing and AF system of the X-T4 and IBIS it is hard to beat bringing something truely new to consumers. The intoduction of Fujifilm’s first PASM system is also a big deal because it will make photographers switching to Fujifilm comfortable. for those looking to switch to Fujifilm.

Fujifilm also won Best Compact Fixed Lens Camera with the Fujifilm X100V that is always a joy to shoot with. The new 26MP sensor and touch screen are a first for the X100 line. The X100 has always been a solid line for Fujifilm and the X100V is no different.

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