Serving as a new edition to Fujifilm’s “X” series cameras, the Japanese multinational photography and imagery corporation has released the X-T10 model. Coming as a lighter, cheaper and more versatile answer to last year’s X-T1, the latest flagship camera from Fujifilm provides many of the capabilities displayed by its predecessor for 60 percent of the price. The camera’s body remains sharp and angular with its magnesium top plate still bearing similar X-T1 control dials with the inclusion of a new fully automatic setting that can be engaged with a single switch – well suited to casual photographers who want their imagery to remain retro without having to manually set aspects of aperture and shutter speed. X-T1’s ISO dial has been replaced with a mode dial for the X-T10 with a useful pop-up flash integrated into the viewfinder mount that will help provide roughly the same image quality as its predecessor. The X-T10 body will be available to purchase in two colorways this June for roughly $799.95 USD with lens packages costing as much as $1,099.95 USD. For more information on the camera’s release, stay tuned to Fujifilm’s official website.