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Fujifilm X10 Camera Driver

The Fujifilm FinePix X10 is a gorgeous new compact camera that boasts impeccable build-quality, intuitive handling and a long-list of. The Fujifilm X10 comes with an impressive range of features but the camera will really win you over with its looks, writes Shane Richmond. The Fujifilm X10 is an enthusiast compact with a F, mm-equivalent lens. The X10 borrows extensively from the styling of the X (though its zooming viewfinder means you lose the X's hybrid viewfinder), to give a camera that sits conceptually between the Olympus XZ-2 and the Canon Powershot GEffective pixels‎: ‎12 megapixels.


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Fujifilm X10 Camera Driver

FUJIFILM X10 (Discontinued Model)

Then there are the shutter release button and the exposure compensation dial. One of the most important buttons is the little Fn button. The lens has a range of 28mm all the way to mm. It is a manual zoom lens, though it looks big enough to also contain a Fujifilm X10 Camera focus ring.

FUJIFILM X10 Digital Camera (Black) B&H Photo Video

The back of the Fujifilm X10 is where things begin to get Fujifilm X10 Camera bit more complicated. Additionally, there is no smart information displayed in there like in the X or X Pro 1.

Next to the viewfinder is the pop-up flash switch. Below that is a white balance button: To the right of the large LCD screen is where most Fujifilm X10 Camera my attention was during the testing.

There is also a ring around the four way menu: This enables the camera to either take pictures at the full 12MP resolution, or to combine neighbouring pixels to increase image quality in low light conditions. Another trick that this unique sensor can pull off is to enable neighbouring pixels to take images at two different Fujifilm X10 Camera sensitivities simultaneously, enabling images with much greater dynamic range to be captured, without having to take multiple frames.

Other features include p video recording Fujifilm X10 Camera continuous shooting at frame rates up to 7fps, which should be perfect for capturing action.


Enthusiasts will be glad to find that the Fuji FinePix X10 can also record images in Fuji's RAF Fujifilm X10 Camera format, providing extra scope for editing images afterwards. The underlying chip uses a conventional CMOS arrangement, rather than the back-side illuminated type that can help improve light capture in small sensors.


Despite its relatively large Fujifilm X10 Camera, Fujifilm manages to find room for an image-stabilized, retracting mm equivalent F2. In a very welcome move it also features a 'proper' mechanical zoom ring. It also allows you to quickly Fujifilm X10 Camera the lens and set the focal length by turning it, with a short and tactile movement that works particularly well when you hold the camera up to eye-level.


It's a little more awkward to use when holding the Fujifilm X10 Camera at Fujifilm X10 Camera length though, where a more conventional zoom lever would be preferable, not helped by the lack of any markings on the horizontal zoom scale that appears on the LCD screen. All in all, though, the manual zooming ring works very well, practically begging you to hold the camera up to your Fujifilm X10 Camera. On top of the X10 are tactile dials for changing the exposure compensation and the shooting mode, the tiny Fn button which by default provides quick access to the ISO speeds, but can be customised to suit your own needs from one of Fujifilm X10 Camera different settings, a small but responsive shutter release button with a thread for a very traditional mechanical cable release - there's no need Fujifilm X10 Camera buy an expensive dedicated accessory for this camera - an external flash hotshoe for suitable dedicated external units, and finally the camera's built-in pop-up flash, which cleverly only appears when a flash mode is selected and which has a range of 50cm - 7m at ISO I actually found myself using it less than with a DSLR, due to the ability to use the optical viewfinder, and you could conceivably turn off the LCD altogether to help eke out the shot battery life even further.

The LCD screen does have a handy Info view which presents all of the key settings at once, or you can switch to the Standard or Custom Live View modes, with the latter offering a multitude of customisable options. To make the camera less obtrusive, there's a Silent menu option which turns off the speaker, flash, AF-assist lamp and most importantly the artificially-created shutter-release sound, instantly making the X10 perfectly suited Fujifilm X10 Camera candid photography.

The Fujifilm Finepix X10 betters its big brother, the X, by being able to record p movies at 30fps with stereo sound, turned on by selecting the Movie option on the Fujifilm X10 Camera mode dial.

There are also several slow motion options - 70fps at x pixels, fps at x, and fps at x You can set the aperture and shutter speed before recording begins, but not during, and you can also set the Film Fujifilm X10 Camera mode, so black and white footage is possible.

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