Unwrapped And On Show
Well, there's the name plate - shifted from to top of the housing to the front. Pure cosmetics - like new tail fins on a DeSoto.
Then there's the two little windows near the viewfinder - they are light detectors that enable the camera to know when your face approaches it - they switch off the LCD screen so that you can concentrate on the viewfinder image.
The RAW button position on the X-10 is replaced by a 'Q' button - this should give quick access to menu settings so that you can alter them instantly - the connection is through the 4-way wheel.
Of course there has been a sensor change inside as swell, but I'll have to wait a little to do a shoot-out with the X-10 to tell you more about that.
Suffice it to say, the camera feels the same and I think it will be delightful to operate. But I am biased...