Body & Design
One thing that is immediately apparent when you first see the X10 is the obvious continuation of the X100's 'retro' design language. Everything about the X10 oozes quality, from the leatherette finish to the metal control dials and thick rubber thumb rest on the rear of the camera. But it isn't all about the style - the X10 is undoubtedly intended to echo the timeless design of classic film-era cameras but there is an impressive amount of function beneath the form as well. A mechanical zoom ring around the lens barrel and optical viewfinder will appeal to purists, as will a beautifully-finished metal exposure compensation dial and a hotshoe for adding either an additional flash, or one of countless compatible third-party accessories.
Short of pairing the X10 with a camera strap printed with the words 'I'm serious about photography,' the message couldn't come across more clearly.
|Bubbles! by bombelpl|
from Creative lighting
|Glass by Hobbyfotograaf|
from High speed photography
|Northern water thrush by APenza|
from A Big Year - birds
|4th of July Outfit by Jack Sofield|
from - Old Age - (Black and White only + A Border)