Lisa Gade reviews the Fujifilm X-T10 mirrorless ILC (interchangeable lens camera). This is a compact, high quality camera with Fuji's X-Trans CMOS II 16MP APS-C sensor with EXR processor II. The $799 Fuji X-T10 has the same imaging hardware and quality as the more expensive X-T1, with a slightly smaller and lighter body and no weather-proofing. The camera has a 3” LCD, a 3.26 million dot OLED EVF and full manual controls with a shutter speed dial, EV dial and drive mode dial (there’s no ISO dial unlike the XT-1). It can shoot 1080p video at 60fps in MOV format, and it shoots JPEG and RAW in photo mode. It also has an excellent auto mode and Fujifilm’s film simulations of Provia, Velvia, Astia and Chrome films. The X-T10 boasts a fast new auto-focus system with focus-tracking (49 point single point, 77 point for Zone and Wide Tracking modes). It has both PDAF and contrast focus detection. The camera has a built-in flash, WiFi and geotagging. We look it at with the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 optional kit zoom lens, 55-200mm lens and 35mm f/1.4 prime. We also compare with the Sony a6000 and Sony a7.