The Fujifilm X-S10 is a noticeable special DSLM camera from the Japanese camera manufacturer, even though it looks rather unimpressive on the outside. For example, many components of the APS-C top model X-T4 are used inside, but the price is considerably lower and the operating concept deviates significantly from other Fujifilm cameras with many dedicated dials.
The technical foundation is a 26-megapixel image sensor in the X-Trans subpixel arrangement, together with the X Processor 4. Sensor stabilization is also available for photos and videos. The X-S10 is not a true video pro, however, as it offers a maximum of 4K video recording with up to 30 frames per second in 8 or 10 bit color depth (the latter via HDMI only).
For storage, the X-S10 offers an SD memory card slot on the bottom that supports the UHS-I protocol. UHS-II memory cards that are up to three times faster are basically downwards compatible, but do not provide any speed advantage in the camera. The situation is different when reading in correspondingly fast UHS-II card readers on your PC or Mac.