The Company Describes The X-S10 As A Cross Between The Company's X-T30 And The X-H1 Cameras: You Get The Guts From The Former And The Design And In-Body Image Stabilization
The X-S10 Camera Is Targeted Toward Both Beginning And Experienced Users Who May Have Canon Or Nikon DSLRs And Want Something A Little More 'Familiar' Than A Typical Fujifilm Camera
Most of the features on the X-S10 are well-established at this point, so in this section we're going to focus on a few things on this camera that you won't find on other Fujifilm models.
The X-IBIS T4's unit didn't fit into the X-S10 because it was smaller. This new one is 30% smaller and lighter than the X- T4's. The X-new S10's motion sensor and redesigned circuit board save power.
There's a very small difference in stabilization performance on the X-S10 versus the X-T4: just half a stop. It offers 6 stops of shake reduction on all unstabilized Fujifilm lenses save for the XF 16-55mm F2.8, which weighs in at 5.5 stops
Except for the XF 80mm macro, which has 5 stops of stabilisation. The main differences are in the lens coverage outside the sensor area, not in the lenses' own stabilisation.
Those who stick to auto and scene modes will gain a few new features. The X-S10 now has an 'auto' Film Simulation mode which will select between Provia (Standard), Velvia (Vivid) and Astia (Soft) depending on the scene.
Just change the joystick's functions. Instead of punching in, use the joystick to change the focus point's size and position (rather than also allowing you to change the focus mode with the dials).
From the front, the X-S10 resembles the much larger X-H1, and to the left of the grip, the X-T200. Its DSLR-like body features a large handgrip and an EVF 'hump' with an integrated flash.