A friend of mine just got a X-T10 w/ the 18-55mm and I told him to come by my studio so I could test the camera out. I am a Canon user and have been for years. (also use an IQ160 w/ tech camera and Hassy H1)
First impression. OMG this camera is tiny but very well made. Feels solid! The lens too. Tight! Now, it took me a short while to set the camera up to my liking. It is amazing how configurable it is. I set in high performance mode, single point AF and full manual exposure. I put the viewing mode in EVF only as well.
I first tested it with some tungsten light dimmed pretty low (iso 6400, 1/60 sec f4) and focused on a beer bottle I set up. Man, AF was fast and the viewfinder looked great. I mean, when using flash it was a bit of a pain since I had to go to the menu and disable the "show actual exposure in EVF"? setting and the view got noisier. But when photographing with available light having the EVF show actual exposure is a huge edge since I can leave exposure in manual and just adjust as I see fit. The EVF magnification is nice but it is at the lower limit of what I like. Would be nice for it to be more (the X-T1 perhaps?)
I honestly did not use the dial on the top left side, much rather have an iso setting dial there.
Overall I think the design of the Fuji is awesome. My Canons looked like a Dinosaur next to the Fuji which looks and feels current.
The Fuji 18-55 is one good lens. Wow. Really good performer.
I compared image quality with my Canon 5D3 and it was very close even at iso 6400! Crazy! Color was a bit different on the Fuji (the reds needed some adjustments) but overall the raw file quality was very very close with the Canon. The Canon had a hair more detail, maybe, it was that close and was a hair cleaner, again, maybe. I used the latest Adobe lightroom to process the files.
Overall I really want to buy into the Fuji System. An X-T1 perhaps?