Fuji X10 review

A standard ISO hotshoe allows external flash accessories to be attached to the Fuji FinePix X10, which can expand creative possibilities.

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fuji finepix x10 review

Detail levels are excellent and images are sharp straight from the camera.

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fuji finepix x10 review

The EXR low light mode improves high ISO quality for shooting in dark conditions.

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fuji finepix x10 review

The built-in flash is weak, but still useful for fill-in at close quarters.

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fuji finepix x10 review

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fuji finepix x10 review

Multi-segment metering copes well in a wide range of conditions.

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fuji finepix x10 review

Colours are vivid, without over saturating skin tones.

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fuji finepix x10 review

The standard film simulation mode aims to reproduce the look of Fuji Provia slide film.

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fuji finepix x10 review

Whereas the vivid setting aims to reproduce Fuji Velvia slide film, with its highly saturated colours.

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fuji finepix x10 review

A Super-Macro mode allows focusing as close as 1cm from the front element of the lens.

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fuji finepix x10 review

Shutter speeds between 1/4000sec and 30sec can be selected.

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fuji finepix x10 review

In-lens image stabilisation helps to reduce image blurring due to unwanted camera movement.

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fuji finepix x10 review

Auto white balance does a reasonable, but not spectacular, job of correcting artificial lighting indoors.

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