When I bought my first E-M10 I had to decide between the E-M10 and the Fuji X-T10 as both had that retro, non DSLR look, size and weight that I wanted. The Olympus won out because of size, available lenses, price and because I would have had to wait about 6 weeks before the X-T10 was in stores. When it finally arrived I did get to play with a X-T10 and it is a nice feeling camera. Today I checked the DPReview of the X-T10 and if you go to their "studio comparison" page in the review of the X-T10 and compare the X-T10 to the Olympus E-M10 I was pleasantly surprised to see that at ISO 200 and ISO 1600 the JPG image quality was near identical. Then I switched to RAW and unless my old eyes, and computer screen, deceived me, despite the praise DPReview heaped upon the Fuji for RAW sharpness etc, at ISO 1600 the Oly E-M10 appeared to be sharper than the Fuji. I always move the focused area over to the collar of the old bearded guy B&W image. That is my standard comparison area for all cameras. As such I compare the contrast and amount of detail. I seldom shoot above ISO 1600 so that is the limitations of my comparison as I am a low ISO shooter. (Heck I live in the Valley of the Sun and most times ISO 200 is too much and I am usually shooting with ND filters or Polarizer and or -3 exposure compensation.) While the X-T10 seems to be a nice camera and if someone gives me one I will not decline the offer, however I have not been disappointed or regretted my purchase of the E-M10 and I even bought a second one as backup. This comparison solidifies my feelings about not waiting, spending more money and buying into the Fuji system.