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The Fuji FinePix X10 Digital Camera is an advanced compact camera with a strong magnesium alloy design, aimed at the compact enthusiasts looking for manual control and superb picture quality right up to the edge of an image. The X10 boasts a 12 megapixel EXR-CMOS Sensor that is capable of both full 1080p HD video and continuous shooting of an impressive 7fps. Its bright F2.0 wide-angle and F2.8 telephoto, 4x optical manual barrel zoom lens (equivalent to 28-112mm on a 35mm format), maximum ISO of 12800, SN High Sensitivity and Low Noise mode makes it a fast, superb low-light performer. Other fun features include Film Simulation modes, Motion Panorama 360, RAW shooting, DR Wide Dynamic Range mode and an electronic horizon leveling gauge for precise framing. The X10 not only offers EXR-Auto Intelligent Scene recognition, but now, it even has the ability to detect moving subjects to enable you to capture any kind of scene perfectly even in the most difficult shooting conditions. More
February 2013 - The genius of the X10 is the mechanical zoom. With electronically-controlled zoom, the lens tends to lurch about from one focal length to another, where the X10 glides smoothly. The lens is impressive with its f2 aperture, even if that’s not its optimum setting. The fact it holds to f2.8 as you zoom to the telephoto end is startlingly good in a camera of this class.Read the review of the Fuji X10 on the Wex Blog... »
September 2011 - "After weeks of rumours, Fujifilm have this morning released the FinePix X10 – tipped to be a younger sibling to the hugely popular (and award-winning!) FinePix X100, it has many of the same specifications in addition to some exciting new features." Find out more about the Fuji X10 here...
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
from Buckley, North Wales
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Comments about Fuji FinePix X10 Digital Camera:
The X10 is a wonderful camera that allows me to leave my Dslr at home when travelling.The manual zoom is a big bonus allowing for better and faster composition.I couldn't ask for more in a compact.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Blind trust in a new camera..
By Jimmy Gee
I purchased the Fuji X10 and took delivery a day before a long weekend trip to Prague. I had very little time to get familiar with the features of the camera before it was time to use it in earnest. I usually use a Nikon DSLR, but really didn't want to carry that around with me all day and night, so opted for a smaller but still capable compact. My first impressions were very positive, the construction quality is very good, the solid metal body feels great. The retro design seems to divide opinion, my wife asked if I bought it from a charity shop?! Its not a pocketable camera , but it was fine in my coat pocket. The other thing that I found it that it's easy to operate with gloved hands (a real bonus when you are wandering the streets in -12 degree weather! The on / off switch on the lens is genius.I tried most of the modes, but mainly stuck to EXR for the sake of ease. The images where (on the whole) very good. I used the camera in many of lighting conditions - in shops, on the streets in day and night, in the Prauge Castle. All in all I was very happy with the image the camera returned.. I attach an example taken in the Prague castle , ISO 1600 at 1/42 hand held (in EXR AUTO), plus another taken in a jazz club in low light (ISO 800 mounted on a coke bottle!) There are some quirks that can frustrate, for example if face detection is enabled, the exposure metering button doesn't work.. annoying when you dont know why. Another is the tripod mount is not in the centre of the camera, so the balance is off when mounted on a small table tripod.All in all, I really enjoyed using the camera, and am pleased with the results
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ISO 1600 1/42 hand held
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Serious bit of kit that shoots in RAW
from Norwich, Norfolk
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As my Canon DSLR gets bigger and more valuable I find it inappropriate for everyday use but I need to maintain quality in a pocket sized camera. After advice from the excellent Norwich showroom staff I picked the Fuji X10. After being so familiar with Canons it takes some getting used to. The controls aren't quite so intuitive and the manual was consulted frequently early on. There are one or two quibbles; the tiny lever on the camera front that changes auto to manual focus is not positive enough and handling the camera in a pocket or bag can too easily change the setting without me realising. My hi-tech solution was to tape it over as I'd only want the auto setting. There is a optional lens holder (ridiculously priced) but I sourced a cheaper one elsewhere. The thread size is very odd. I wanted to use a polarising lens for seascapes etc but the design is such that you can't seat it properly in the lens holder.Apart from these issues, this camera is a serious bit of kit. I love the retro design that belies its specification. Above all, it shoots in RAW which converts easily in my PSE for Windows after downloading a free plugin. It's not a big DSLR but it's very good and I'm getting excellent results.
Great little camera
I love this camera. I've had it for a few weeks and feel like I'm getting to know it quite well and use it most days. The build quality is superb, and it looks great too. It's not without it's idiosyncrasies though. It would make a great point and shoot, just stick it on EXR and go, but that would be a waste as it can do so much more. My DSLR doesn't come out anywhere near as much now I've got the X10 and it can do a lot my current DSLR set up can't - macro, better burst rate and F2 are all big pluses. The main downside that I've found is poor battery life, but buy a spare and you won't have any problems.
Well worth the money
A good compact camera with a great lens
Best compact I ever owned!
By The Consultant
Best for street photography, its unobtrusivecompact, light and takes great photo's
(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
from E. Sussex
I bought the camera at the beginning of August having used a Canon film camera as a hobbist. Use it mainly for home and travel at the moment. I wanted an eye-level viewfinder and whilst it is not the greatest it is useful, better than the LCD is bright light. Solid build and lovely to hold. Getting very good images straight out of the camera, and excellent out-of-focus (bokah) shots. Macro functions really good. A plethora of features although I mainly shoot in aperture priory mode. Lots of controls without the need to go into the menu. For LCD users it will display a grid, useful for composing and a horizon line (also useful on the tripod).For MAC users, Aperture 3 does not recognise RAF files from the X10, but you can get a free App called Xnconvert with is easy and very quick to use. Converts the file to PNG format. If you are new to digital cameras like me you may find a downloadable book in pdf format useful. Check out White Knight Press, it is currently [$], very useful.Do not like the small filter size but you can get Marumi 40mm filters, mine came via Amazon.Overall a really great camera, not one you leave at home.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Love the Fuji X series
Love this camera and my X100 as well take them both out on the street, switching as I need to. Love the quality feel of the solid bodies reminds me of my old OM1 in some ways. Even though it's a full digital camera I get the feeling I'm using film it's probably a bit of nostalgia with the retro look and style of these great camera's. I use a Nikon D7000 with various lenses but since having my Fuji X10 and X100 haven't picked up my Nikon as I'm having to much fun!!Had my doubts with the X10 orbs issue but my camera is fine on a thorough testing.Treat yourself to either one of these if you like the feel of a real camera.
(3 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
They never tell you....
from Southern England
About Me Part work - part fun
Having only used the camera for 24 hours - all the usual - keys on desk; fireplace; bits of garden etc., comparing with other cameras and the images are good. This would be a good all-round camera for those not wanting an SLR. Clearly I have yet to test in the real world, but accessing modes is far easier than on some other compacts - not that I can see much difference between each from the same shot, repeated at every click of the dial.My main reason for posting an early review was to warn Mac users that the RAF (RAW) files do not work in Aperture or iPhoto - and that, for me, was a prime reason for buying this camera. There are 'work-arounds' but that would seriously disrupt my workflow.So - great camera, shame there was no warning that the Fuji RAF files are not Mac happy. Of course this is a subjective view, but I'd be happier without all the effects and pointless stuff like three different B&W modes. Shoot colour and adjust in the computer for better results.
A thing of beauty.
By John the Dogsnapper
from West Sussex
I bought the X10 for times when I don't want to lug my SLR kit around, and it fits this purpose perfectly.The image quality is really excellent, (this is the 3rd compact camera I've owned, and is the best by far). The metering is pretty much spot on, images need little or no adjustment in photo editing software, flash exposures are excellent too.The viewfinder has its uses, but should not be relied on too much as the view is not entirely accurate, but this is a very minor detail and does not bother me in the slightest.The camera looks gorgeous with its "retro" styling, the build quality is superb, with the metal body giving the impression that it's built to last.I would be perfectly happy to leave my SLR at home whenever I go on holiday, as I know this little gem will do all I need from a travel camera.Some people may want a bigger zoom range but, as a lot of us know, that would probably result in a drop in image quality.To sum up then, this is a great, well built, beautiful camera, and I'd have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone looking for a quality compact camera.
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