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Fuji officially releases the new APS-C fixed-lens camera XF10

by:YoukingTech     2021-08-04
Fuji XF 200mm f/2 R LM OIS WR Lens specifications: Lens structure: 19 elements in 14 groups Minimum focusing distance: 1.8m Maximum magnification: 0.12x Lens weight: 2265g Lens size: 122mm × 205.5 mm Fuji XF 8-16mm f/ 2.8 R LM WR Lens specifications: Lens structure: 20 elements in 13 groups (4 aspherical lenses, 3 ED lenses, 3 super ED lenses) Minimum focusing distance: 0.25cm Maximum magnification: 0.1x Lens weight: 805g Lens size : 88mm × 121.5 mm Fuji 1.4xTC Teleconverter Specifications: Lens structure: 7 elements in 4 groups Lens weight: 130g Lens size: 58mm × 15mm Fuji officially released the new APS-C fixed-lens camera XF10 Fuji officially released its new APS- C format fixed lens camera XF10. The new machine uses a 24 million-pixel Bayer filter sensor instead of Fuji's X-Trans sensor, with an equivalent 28mm F2.8 lens. The XF10 can be regarded as a high-resolution, simplified version of the X70 camera, which replaces the shutter speed dial on the X70 camera with a mode dial, and cancels the reversible LCD screen on the X70. Like the X-E3 camera, the XF10 is also equipped with an AF adjustment lever on the back of the camera. Although it cannot be flipped, the XF10 screen supports touch operation, and the user can adjust the shooting frame to 1:1. Square format mode. However, due to the failure to use a brand-new processor, XF10 can shoot 4K video, but its frame rate is only 15fps. It is reported that Fuji's new XF10 camera will go on sale in August at a price of US$500 (approximately RMB 3,390). Japanese website Nokishita today exposed the appearance photos and specifications of Fuji’s new XF 8-16mm f/2.8 R LM WR lens, XF 200mm f/2 R LM OIS WR lens and 1.4x TC teleconverter. The new XF 8-16mm f/2.8 R LM WR lens uses 20 elements in 13 groups of optical structure, including four aspherical lenses, three ED lenses and three super ED lenses. Another XF 200mm f/2 R LM OIS WR lens uses 19 elements in 14 groups of optical structure, including two ED lenses and a super ED lens. At present, Fuji has not announced the release time of the three lenses.
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