These two cameras, Fuji X-A10 and Fuji X-T10 are the members of same family, but there is little vast difference the major core specifications. The first big difference is AF system followed by the ISO range and so on. Let’s see these specifications differences of these two cameras in details…
|Megapixel||16 megapixels||16 Megapixels|
|Sensor size Type||APS-C (23.6 x 15.6 mm)||APS-C (23.5 x 15.6 mm)|
|Image Processor||N/A||EXR Processor II|
|Shutter Min/Max||1/32000 sec||1/4000 sec|
|Top Continuous shooting speed||6fps||8fps|
|Video||Full HD @30p||1920 x 1080 (60p, 30p, 24p),|
|Display||3” rear tilting LCD (1040K)||3″ Rear Screen Tilting LCD (920,000)|
|Battery Life||410 Shots||350 Shots|
|Dimension||117 x 67 x 40 mm||118 x 83 x 41 mm|
|Weight||331 g||381 g|
Looking at the resolution and sensor sizes of both cameras, which are almost identical to each other can create sharp and clear images, even in lowlight shooting without losing the details.
AF system– Fuji X-T10 carries very fast and innovative AF system that employs contrast as well as Phase detection AF points, which use 77 autofocus points across a wider area to significantly improve the camera’s ability to track and capture moving subjects. On the other side, the AF system of Fuji X-A10 is comparatively weaker than its acquaintance, Fuji X-T10 that implements contrasts detect sensor and 49 AF points, mayn’t be so effective in tracking the subjects.
ISO range– When you go out for shooting in the area where light looks very dim, then maximum sensitivity or ISO level of cameras play vital role to seize the desire subjects without using Flash. Here, in this comparison, Fuji X-T10 offers maximum sensitivity range (51200), ensuring that the user can confidently capture the subjects, even under lowlight with minimum noise. On the other side, Fuji X-T10 offers the highest ISO range of 25600 only (lesser than its competitor).
Shutter speed– Fuji X-A10 will be very fast in capturing the rapid moving subjects accurately since the camera offers maximum shutter speed of 1/32000 sec. Moreover, the faster shutter speed also lets you to use large aperture to achieve shallow depth of field, even while shooting under bright conditions without over-exposing the image. Unfortunately, the shutter speed of X-T10 is 1/4000 sec only.
Continuous Shooting speed– With using the maximum continuous drive of 8fps—the Fuji X-T10 will be able to grasp the action of the fast subjects very sharply and unobtrusively. On the other hand, the users of Fuji X-A10 can use the faster shooting speed of 6fps only.
Shots– Fuji X-A10 allows the users to take around 410 shots at a single time battery charge, whereas Fuji X-T10 allows you to capture 350 shots at a time, which is lesser than its competitor.
Verdict– Basically, the AF system and ISO range of Fuji X-T10 is superior than its family member, Fuji X-A10 and to get the advantages of all these you should pick Fuji X-T10… of course.