- Aug 27, 2013
- Miguel Tejada-Flores
The other person who was (and has been) equally impressed with it is Ming Thein. Who, as we all know, is both a thoughtful and articulate - but also honest and critical - reviewer. He bought one last fall and in his relatively short review talked extensively about the camera's many virtues and minimal (for him at least) vices - concluding that it has now earned a place in his bag. I remember reading the review and thinking something along the lines of: damn, this (and not the X70 which I owned briefly) is the small semi-pocketable Fuji that an intelligent person really should own. Reading your words, today...makes me want to try out this small marvel.That's so true. I am very favourably impressed by the little XF10; it makes a great companion to the X100 series. Plus I can slip it into a smallish pocket to go out to dinner, having carried it and its larger sibling around all day.