Summary Fujifilm X10

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Specifications Key specs
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Screen size
Help 2.8"
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Screen resolution
Help 460k dots
Wide angle
Help 28 mm
Movie format
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Fujifilm Finepix X10Fujifilm Finepix X10


Fujifilm has replaced the Finepix X10 with the x20.

Fujifilm FinePix x20
Fujifilm FinePix x20 announced January 2013

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The Fujifilm X10 vs other recent digicams

Aperture Uniquely wide aperture Help
External flash External flash Help
Better lighting
Fastest shutter speed Fast shutter speed Help
1/4000 of a second
Image stabilization Image stabilization Help
  1. Lens
Viewfinder Doesn't use battery, see more detail Help


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The Fujifilm X10 vs other recent digicams

Wide angle Poor wide angle lens Help
28 mm
Screen size Very small screen Help
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Announced Old Help
September 2011
Screen resolution Very low resolution screen Help
460k dots
Light sensitivity Poor maximum light sensitivity Help
3,200 ISO
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Popularity Not so popular Help
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Fujifilm Finepix X10
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Avatar for PC1512 PC1512 (11:47 PM, March 09, 2015)
They actually eradicated the orbs altogether with a hardware revision - later X10s, and earlier copies that were returned for a free sensor replacement from Fuji, have no problem at all.
Avatar for Spillelister Spillelister (8:48 PM, October 15, 2013)
They lessened the orbs with a firmware update
Jeffrey S (10:15 AM, July 06, 2012)
The X10 is my favorite camera. And I got it only yesterday, the battery life is horrible at 270 shots per charge, but the camera takes amazing pictures and the lens produces bokeh at any focal length
Szymon8712 (7:21 AM, April 20, 2012)
Fujifilm x10 support high speed movie up to 200fps
Freek_bom (4:18 PM, April 14, 2012)
A german Foto magazine FotoMagazin descrides that the Fuji company will replace the sensor, because of the ORB
BobDad (1:50 PM, April 14, 2012)
Please read the Amazon negative reviews and notice the mention of the "ORB" issues with this camera.   The reviews state that this camera will show any bright light as round ORB's.  Flicker has pictures showing this issue.   In my opinion, this is a big negative against this camera.
Avatar for m m (5:01 PM, April 11, 2012)
I don't think x10 has "in camera HDR"... It does have auto bracketing and some features that help with detail in light and shadow, but it does not create "HDR" images in camera.  It does have "best frame capture" which can take multiple shots and combine them... but that's not exactly the same thing, right?
Alberto (0:38 AM, February 18, 2012)
This is the Real FUJI X 10:
Rjsmith_ (2:41 AM, January 27, 2012)
I dont think the price wqill be coming down soon.Though a little finicky you can get pro images from this camera.
The best set up is in the customs menu to set a 400 iso and a 400 hdr  with JPG and RAW .'
You will only get a 6 mp photo but it will have true High Dynamic Range as the exr on this camera will balance the sensor using
the best combo . Sounds small but it is not some of the best pics I have ever taken was with a leica digilux 2 the Panasonic dmc-lc1 many still sell on ebay in the 1000 range and still used by many pro photographers. All you need is a great 6mp picture.
  If you are a poit and shoot person set it on exr it will do the rest .But no RAW HERE thus the reason for the custom setting .
I will be surprised if Dpreview doesnt give it a gold award.
Col (6:46 AM, November 16, 2011)
The price needs to drop by at least £100 [UK] but I LOVE the size and retro look. Having grown up with ... and still own... various 35mm cameras, my fingers are too big for tiny buttons, my eyesight not good enough for tiny screens and, best of all, this HAS A VIEWFINDER so that it can be used even in bright sunshine. [We have plenty of it here on the Kent coast!] Looking forward to 'hands on' soon.
Freek Bom (0:34 PM, September 17, 2011)
Because of it design, and probaly the supposed ImageQuelity because of the 2/3 sensor instead of the 1/1.7 as you mentioned.
Of course its not so populair, because this camera is not available yet
Avatar for Gou Dou Gou Dou (9:24 PM, September 01, 2011)
it has 2/3'' sencor