FujiFilm announced a new camera this week, the X-T10. A few months ago, I was sent a pre-production copy and commissioned to produce some images to help with the launch. I'm not super technical when it comes to talking about cameras, and I'm not a pixel peeper. All I care about when using a camera body is that it gives me full control of what I'm doing, and makes beautiful images. And I have to say, the X-T10 does that for me. While being essentially a stripped down version of the incredible X-T1, this camera is cheaper and less intensive version of that. It's probably meant for the serious hobbyist crowd, but could be a great walk-around or travel camera body for anyone. I'm still waiting to get the final build of the camera from Japan, but for now I'll share a few of the images I shot with the X-T10.