While the image quality is similar, there's quite a few design and performance sacrifices consumers should be aware of. First, there's no viewfinder. And unlike most Fujifilm mirrorless models, the X-A2 doesn't have dual control wheels or dedicated dials for shutter speed and EV. The build also has a much cheaper feel to it when compared to the magnesium alloy X-T10. The performance is also slower with a 5.6 fps burst speed.In low light, the autofocus doesn't perform very well. Video quality also isn't as solid with a 30 fps frame rate instead of 60 fps. That's a lot to sacrifice, but if you want the images of the more expensive Fuji models but can't budge from your budget, the X-A2 will do the job, albeit with fewer features.