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Fujifilm X10 12 MP EXR CMOS Digital Camera with f2.0-f2.8 4x Optical Zoom Lens and 2.8-Inch LCD

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  • Large 2/3-inch, 12-megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor and advanced EXR processor; RAW shooting and in-camera RAW processing
  • f2.0 wide-angle and f2.8 telephoto, bright Fujinon 4x optical manual barrel zoom lens
  • Diverse manual shooting modes that can be selected according to scene type (Program / Aperture Priority / Shutter Speed Priority / Manual); 1080p Full HD movie recording capabilities
  • Motion Panorama 360 for seamless 360-degree panoramic shooting; manual pop-up flash with a range of 7 meters
  • Capture images and video to SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards (not included)
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Technical Details

  • Built-in Flash
  • Image Stabilization
  • Video Capability
  • HD Compatible

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 4.6 x 2.7 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005KBB79C
  • Item model number: Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,916 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2012

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Fujifilm X10 digital camera feature a new larger 2/3-inch 12-megapixel EXR CMOS sensor and a bright, high-definition Fujinon F2.0 wide-angle to F2.8 telephoto, 4x manual zoom lens (28-112mm) with a proprietary Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) that produces superb image quality from edge to edge.

Fujifilm X10 highlights
The sleek X10 is a sophisticated compact digital camera that follows in the footsteps of the multi- award winning Fujifilm X100, and it now combines a trim and refined blackout design, an easy-to-use manual barrel zoom lens and a traditional optical viewfinder with a wide 20-degree field of view for exceptional image composition.

The X10's stunning body is built from lightweight, yet ultra strong, die-cast magnesium alloy and has an upper control deck with mode dials and an aluminum milled, textured finish lens ring. The 4x manual zoom lens ring doubles as an on/off power switch, ensuring fast start times to capture even the most fleeting shooting scenario.

Fujifilm X10 Highlights

Exceptional Image Quality
The X10 features a newly-developed, larger 2/3-inch 12-megapixel EXR CMOS sensor that combines Fujifilm's proprietary EXR technology with CMOS technology to provide bright, sharp images in all shooting conditions. The intelligent EXR CMOS sensor automatically selects the optimum shooting mode from a total of 99 different variations to capture every type of scene perfectly, even in the most difficult photography situations.

Fujifilm X10 highlights
The X10's EXR CMOS sensor selects the optimum shooting mode for any lighting situation:
  • SN (Signal to Noise) High Sensitivity and Low Noise – produces clear and sharp high-sensitivity images while keeping noise levels low, which is ideal for capturing night scenes or indoor situations with poor lighting.
  • DR (Dynamic Range) Wide Dynamic Range – delivers an increased dynamic range (up to 1600%) to deliver rich gradations and detail in both shadows and highlights.
  • HR (High Resolution) – takes full advantage of the 12 megapixel resolution to reproduce the finest details in landscape and portrait scenes, perfect for use on bright clear days.
The X10's fast EXR processor also delivers high-speed continuous shooting – up to 7 frames per second – at the full 12-megapixel resolution (L size), and 10 frames per second at the reduced resolution M size.

Bright Optical System
The X10 features a newly-developed high-definition FUJINON 4x manual zoom lens (28-112mm) with a Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) that achieves superb image clarity from edge to edge. By treating all of the lens elements with the multilayer Super EBC, the X10 expertly reduces ghosting and lens flare and delivers an impeccably sharp image.

The lens consists of 11 glass lens elements in 9 groups, including 3 aspherical glass lens elements (6 sides) and 2 extra-low dispersion lens elements. Together with its wide-angle maximum aperture of F2.0 to a maximum telephoto aperture of F2.8, the X10 delivers beautiful, bright images with outstanding clarity.

In its spacious glass optical viewfinder, the X10 uses an arrangement of 3 aspherical lenses plus a special 2 glass prism configuration to give the photographer a composition experience that is marked by superior brightness and superb field of view with its extra wide 20° viewing angle.

Fujifilm X10 highlights
X10 Premium Shooting Experience
In less than one second, photographers can be ready to shoot in almost any situation thanks to the X10's power switch that has been aptly integrated into the manual zoom barrel. This smart and simple design feature allows faster photography response times and helps to avoid missed photo opportunities.

Once ready to shoot, the X10's all-metal lens barrel and smooth zoom rotation helps you compose photos quickly and easily, and its remarkably quick shutter-release lag time of approximately 0.01 seconds lets you capture even the most momentary of photography scenarios.

The X10 also features a newly developed Optical Image Stabilization mechanism that all but eliminates motion blur by maximizing sensor performance, and its 49-point matrix contrast auto focus provides high-speed and high-precision focusing thanks to the fast CMOS capabilities and the advanced EXR Processor system.

The X10's lens is capable of taking super-macro shots as close up as 1cm, and combined with its 7-blade aperture, the X10 generates a stunning soft-focus “bokeh” effect that makes it the ideal choice for shooting perfect portraits.

The X10 is proudly manufactured in Japan, and as a mark of true quality, it prominently features the words “made in Japan” along the rear of the chassis near the viewfinder.

Fujifilm X10 highlights

X10 Key Features
  • 4x manual optical zoom featuring Fujifilm's new Intelligent Digital Zoom technology that doubles telephoto capabilities and provides up to 8x zoom
  • Fast power start-up; the X10 is fully ready to shoot in approximately 0.8 seconds using the on/off power switch built into the lens ring (must be in Quick Start mode)
  • High-contrast and wide viewing-angle 2.8" 460K dot high contrast LCD screen that provides excellent viewing even outdoors and in bright sunlight
  • Diverse manual shooting modes that can be selected according to scene type (Program / Aperture Priority / Shutter Speed Priority / Manual)
  • Four diverse auto bracketing functions for exposure, ISO sensitivity, dynamic range and film simulation
  • RAW shooting and in-camera RAW processing (SilkyPix RAW conversion software supplied in-box)
  • Best-in-class3 1080p Full HD movie recording capabilities
  • Film Simulation Modes (eight setting are available, including Velvia / PROVIA / ASTIA)
  • Manual pop-up flash with a range of 7 meters (approximately 23 feet)
  • Electronic horizon leveling gauge to ensure that the camera is being held level, and histogram display to check image gradation
  • Motion Panorama 360° for seamless 360-degree panoramic shooting

Product Description

The Fuji FinePix X10 12MP Compact Digital Camera with EXR Technology enables you to take your passion to the next level. The X10 demonstrates exceptional performance that will ignite your creativity. Explore X10's potential through its top quality components, intuitive controls and advanced operability while enjoying the precise fit and finish typically found in much more complicated, less approachable photographic products. The combination of a versatile and functional Fujnon 4x optical zoom lens and a bright viewfinder give a sensational shooting experience. It features a bright, high contrast, 2.8-inch LCD monitor which lets you comfortably compose and preview your shots. With its ultra-wide view angle, you can hold the camera high or low to frame your shot, and later let everyone gather around to enjoy the results. Finally, revel in the design that gives you that feeling of holding something special and unique. FUJIFILM'S X10 digital camera invites you to master its every possibility.What's in the box: Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera (Black),NP-50 Lithium-Ion Battery (3.7v 1000mAh),BC-45W Battery Charger,Shoulder Strap,Lens Cap,USB Cable,CD-ROM and Owner's Manual.

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Customer Reviews

I bought a X-10 in 2012 and after two year using it, everything is good as new. Photo capture is as good as an entry dslr. Read more ›
The images are bright and poppy, and once you've skimmed over the instructions working out how to set the camera up completely manually is a piece of pie (important if… Read more ›
Picture quality is quite decent also. Read more ›
Fuji delivered. Images are sharp, color is terrific and has a multitude of settings. From complete manual to fully automatic. Read more ›
The viewfinder is definitely a plus; the optical quality is very good. However, the lack of any information - especially focus point and confirmation - is a drawback. Read more ›
I wanted a compact camera that I could carry in my purse that would give me images that were crisp and clear, something I have not found in any other compact I have tried. Read more ›
The camera can shoot in RAW, which is a bonus feature of the camera. The built in lens is very fast, F2 at 28mm and F2.8 at 112mm. You can shoot in complete Manual mode by… Read more ›
To make matters worse all their kit lenses are slow. This little x10 has a sensor that is a little noisy but the lens is a fast f2 - 2.8 throughout the focal range! It has… Read more ›
Normally I shoot with Canon DSLR with good quality lenses. Want a go-everywhere camera without the weight. Read more ›
But, I am afraid I will lose it, since it is not attached. So, I purchased a cool lens cap that always stays on the camera, and pops open whenever I turn on the camera. Got… Read more ›
At the same time, I have not at all had the noise problem in low light that…In fact, I think low light performance is great in this camera, in part because the fast lens. Read more ›
Powers up instantly and focuses quickly. Fast lens: f2.0 at wide angle, 2.8 at telephoto. Manual zoom--much quicker, easier than an electric zoom, easier to make precise… Read more ›
EXR modes will eliminate in most cases and substantially reduce in others common issues of blown…The burst mode is excellent with full metering and autofocus between shots. Read more ›
Menu and features are good but, coming from a Canon G10, the best additional purchase I made was Alexander White's "Photographers Guide to the Fujifulm X10" available from… Read more ›
The EXR Low Noise mode is fantastic and allows you to capture very usable images at much higher iso levels than most compact systems. The EXR Dynamic range mode allows you… Read more ›
2. Innovative implementation of anti-blur (camera shake) tech 3. EXR modes are outstanding 4. The menus are crisp clear and easy to use Read more ›
Absolutely gorgeous depth of focus with fuji's "bokeh" effect. The 360 panorama and numerous film simulation modes are a great little bonus as well. Just an all around… Read more ›
I really like the manual zoom. Controls are well-laid out, and I am getting used to the menu system. The optical viewfinder is usable, but contains no information and… Read more ›
I have, since buying…I have found that the processor does phenomenally well at metering, and the sensor's color renditions are superb...not just for a compact, but overall. Read more ›
Color rendition is great with the "sunset" mode. Just look at the X10 groups on Flickr. Read more ›
They have an almost classic Dutch Masters oil painting quality to the light and colors. The way Fuji handles light and color are amazing. The Fuji X10 has produced some of… Read more ›
The X10 is a pretty good camera for this type of photography. The colors are good, lens is fast and menus are not as confusing as some would have you believe. The EXR… Read more ›
The larger-than-average-for-its-class, 2/3" EXR sensor blows the competition away, especially in low light work, and the ability to emulate photographers' favorites… Read more ›
generally, lx7 shows easy and better quality pictures, but after get used on the fujifilm custom menu setting, i got the better clear and colorful photos much better than… Read more ›
While the optical viewfinder is nice, it is useful only for framing the image. It provides no information on the settings or where it is focusing (for that you have to buy… Read more ›
The optical view finder was very helpful on those sunny days. The view finder does a decent job of simulating your shot but you have no idea of focus or settings. If I… Read more ›
On the other hand, since I usually shoot raw, the X20 was a wonderful camera, with a significantly improved viewfinder. Read more ›
I just…I was looking for a high quality, larger sensor, compact camera with a large, bright optical viewfinder that would feel comfortable in the hand and in a belt case. Read more ›
I like its appearance. I treasure its very bright optical viewfinder. Its manual zoom lens covers the most important equivalent focal lengths-25, 35, 50, and 112. Read more ›
The specs are incredible and unlike Nikon & Canon may…2.0 - 2.8, speed, build quality, fps, retro-ooks, Fuji color (mostly for the better), a decent viewfinder, and so on. Read more ›
It's OK... not very easy to use and in the viewfinder, the camera lens is in the way. Bought it to use for work so now it's being circulated amongst the department. Read more ›
Easy to use, pictures are look good, my son like it very much & take a lot of pictures everyday! Read more ›
Fujifilm X10 is exactly that and more. Amazing pictures, simple to use and beautiful camera. The serial number indicates it has a new sensor (it starts with number 2) and… Read more ›
My wife was a film nut for years, but has avoided most photography due to the complexity of most cameras... This is a clean camera with many options available, but easy to… Read more ›
I was completly wrong. The camera is easy to use, and the booklet that comes with it has everything you need to know about the settings. I did have to look up what some… Read more ›
While this camera has many different ajustments to improve pictures it still is easy to use and takes great pictures. Read more ›
Manual zooms are faster and more accurate, power zooms are slow, and it either falls short or over the mark and you constantly have to play with the switch to get close to… Read more ›
The camera did not disappoint. The camera has intelligent zoom(electronic zoom) that works well. The ability to shoot in Bw or sepia is another great feature. Read more ›
Manual zoom lens is also great. It gives much more control than the "thumb and forefinger" method of holding the camera on most current point and shoots. Read more ›
On the computer, while looking at pictures taken with…Regarding the zoom, it is great feature to have after constantly using your feet as the zoom while using the X100. Q… Read more ›
A superb upgrade from my Fuji F30. The lens is very fast - 2 - 2.8 across the full zoom (28 - 110). Excellent in low light. Read more ›
Ultimately, I would recommend this camera to those who: 1) Wants quick zooming from wide to tele 2) Needs an OVF on a camera Read more ›
Image quality is better than expected. Auto focus is quick and accurate (except not so consistent when the battery charge is low). Extra battery a must. Read more ›
The viewfinder comes in handy on sunny days. The AF focus is much faster than the X100.....not quite as fast as the Panasonic GF1, but still pretty good. I love the power… Read more ›
Like the relative quick auto focus and the Jpeg photo quality. I have not used this camera enough to determine its capabilities. Read more ›
The JPEG rendering is wonderful (the Fuji black and white mode…The 4x zoom lens is both fast and sharp, and autofocus speed and accuracy are good for this class of camera. Read more ›
Photo quality is great for a compact camera (I'm not comparing this to DSLR photo quality b/c that would just be…The camera is responsive with quick focus and quick shots. Read more ›
I have owned many P&S and SLR cameras in the last 20 years…Almost every picture I take with X10 has perfect focus and perfect colors, regardless of the shooting conditions. Read more ›
The build is beautiful, it just oozes quality. It is like a little brick in my hands, and I mean that in a positive way; it is very substantially built. Read more ›
But it's grippy enough for me. The build quality is awesome. The camera feels tight and solid. Read more ›
It definitely isn't a small camera when compared to the likes of the…The build quality is really solid, and I love the method of powering on the camera using the lens. I… Read more ›
This camera is discrete and quiet and doesn't spook strangers that you may…The two custom modes and two function buttons top off the beautiful metal build and great screen. Read more ›
A small camera in the purse is a necessity! The camera looks quite nice,the weight and build were perfect for me. I ran it thru my usually test of where the last 20 or so… Read more ›
But I got to thinking that I would like to have a smaller, take anywhere, camera with me that I would not have to change lenses, and has a good quality build to it that… Read more ›
Havent used it much as of yet, but i can pop a manual radio…AND the camera's flash sync is an amazing 1/4000 sec.--much better than the newest Nikon DSLR (D600) at 1/200th! Read more ›
While the built-in flash is reasonably powerful and useful for daylight fill-flash, it's really too close to the lens axis, so you get the dreaded red-eye on nearly every… Read more ›
Think Widelux on a budget. The underpowered flash is perfect for Portraits. I have taken semi pro photos for over 50 years and I was able to take a great real world… Read more ›
I generally take pictures indoors without a flash, but the Fuji X-10 has a great flash when needed. The flash brightens the picture without washing it out. Read more ›
Good build quality, real hotshoe for flash, decent built in flash, fast lens, good image quality, intuitive and unpatronizing menus make this a nice point and shoot. The… Read more ›
Downloaded and installed firmware 1.03. Took a couple of shots of some really bright LED flashlights, it appears that the orbs are almost non-existent even at ISO 100. Tonig… Read more ›
I like the viewfinder and that you can turn the LCD screen off to save battery life. The video quality is great. It has advanced shooting modes that are quite useful. Read more ›
In EXR mode, it will automatically switch to HDR mode, HD mode, or low light mode; 90% of the time this is all you need. It does shoot raw, and the videos are also good. The… Read more ›
The reason I gave it 4 stars and not 5 is because sometimes I get a ever so slight struggle getting a focus esp. in manual and the video mode is good but there are better… Read more ›
Speaking of 1080 - the 1080p, 30 FPS video is pretty good. Autofocus and zooming are present and accounted for, unlike the S90. Read more ›
Not quite pocketable, but feels good in hand. - Above average video quality combined with stereo mics. Will handily beat a cell phone. Read more ›
This is my first Fuji line camera and and I love this camera. The quality of the imaging is excellent and the video is in HD. I like that the zoom lens is manual like an… Read more ›
* Great build quality, feels like a…* Size is perfect for a carry around camera when you don't want to lug around a DSLR, but still want to take high quality pictures. I… Read more ›
Nice metal body and even a metal lens cap. The size is perfect to slip in a pocket. Takes great pictures. Read more ›
If I wanted to spend $600 I'd spring for the X20. This is a nearly ideal camera in a perfect size package. Fits in a coat or large pant pocket. Read more ›
As far as the photo quality us concerned, well it does have a decent sized sensor with a bright lens, so photo quality is nice. Any noise I get looks more like grainyness. Read more ›
Great to have around but it bites. The image quality is fantastic for this size camera. I have tested it against others in it's class and it beats them hands down. Read more ›
It just ain't gonna happen. This is a hang-round-your-neck camera, just like a full sized DSLR Read more ›

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215 of 229 people found the following review helpful By George Sherwin on November 22, 2011
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PLEASE SEE MY MORE RECENT UPDATES AT THE END OF THIS REVIEW. I've downgraded my rating from 5 stars to 4 as well.

For the past couple of months I've been looking for a high end "pocket" camera to fill the gap between my Casio throw-away and my Nikon D200. I read all the reviews for the Ricoh GRD iii and iv, and couple of other cameras in that price range and performance, and was just about to pull the trigger on one of those choices.

Then, just a week ago, I stumbled on to a reference for the Fuji X10. I had long lusted after the previously-released X100, but just decided that the buy-in price was a bit too steep just for the cool-factor, for a camera barely less portable than the D200.

After lots of pondering, I decided to place an Amazon order for this camera. Then, as now (late Nov 2011), Amazon showed the camera as currently out of stock. I went ahead and placed the provisional order. Two days later, I received notice that Amazon expected to have the camera by early December. The FOLLOWING day, I got notice the camera had shipped!!, and I should see in on Monday. Instead, the very next day, a Friday, the camera showed up at my door step!

I'll readily admit to being an unabashed impulse buyer. And, let's face it, 600 clams for a "point and shoot" is not a trivial sum, and I fully expected that I might experience a bad case of the post-purchase blues once the new wore off my latest toy.

Thus far such has not been the case! This camera has absolutely exceeded ALL my expectations. When the camera arrived, a professional photographer friend was a house guest, and I could hardly pry the camera from his hands. Both he and I were blown away by the incredible low-light performance of this camera.
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143 of 154 people found the following review helpful By MeridianX on November 9, 2011
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I am a proud owner of a Fujifilm X100. The X100, as much as I love it, is a bit large and heavy and the fixed lens limits its' use in certain situations. As such, I could not wait for the X10. Overall the camera lives up to the "little brother of the X100" tag line. Quality is simple top notch! It is also, obviously, much more portable than the X100. The "on" mode with the lens is a far superior idea to the "on/off" switch on the x100. While there is no comparison to the awesome viewfinder of X100, this viewfinder works well and is welcomed while shooting in bright sun. It reacts immediately while you are zooming the lens. I would, however, love to see the next version have the eye sensor like the X100 that switches off the screen display when you put your up to the viewfinder. Regarding general picture IQ (without pixel peeping) you can barely tell the difference between pictures taken with the X100. When pictures are shown to "normal" people, of the same subject taken with both cameras, most could not tell the difference with shots taken outdoors in daylight and/ or shots printed up to 5x7. On the computer, while looking at pictures taken with higher ISO's, there does appears to be some smearing I think due to some noise reduction kicking in. Regarding the zoom, it is great feature to have after constantly using your feet as the zoom while using the X100. Quickly, while shooting with a flash, you are reminded you have to remember to use a rangefinder hold while using the zoom (hand under the lens not to the side) otherwise you will find yourself blocking the flash during shooting. Also the thumb does not seem to have a natural resting point but after a while I didn't notice the initial weirdness.Read more ›
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tim Kimzey on September 20, 2012
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I've been eyeing this camera since it was first announced. But then some of the negative reviews and tests started coming out and i almost forgot about and dismissed it.

For background, i work as a photojournalist (over 25 years) using DSLR's on a daily basis. The only "point-and-shoot" i've owned was a now very dated Nikon Coolpix 5000. I used it for a few years for some snapshooting but was never happy with it, and hadn't thought much about getting another snapshooter camera until recently. Mostly wanted something small and light to shoot while on hikes, vacation, family snapshots. But wanted something that could be used with manual control and easy to do so. In contrast, although the newer 4/3's cameras with interchangeable lenses are nice, and getting on the level of higher image quality, i could care less. I own multiple higher-end DSLR bodies (starting with a D1) with dozens of lenses from 8mm fisheye to 300/2.8. I personally did not want to pay for another entire system. Plus that defeats the purpose of having a small carry-anywhere camera with one integral lens. If you are not in my situation, i can understand if you want a system to begin with, but the way i look at it, no matter how good the smaller cameras get, the bigger ones with bigger sensors are always going to have better image quality. Plus many of the small system's lenses are still pricey and don't have a good range yet, and they are not that fast. They are not going to compete with a full-frame 85 f/1.4 for sharpness, resolution, bokeh.

So, after much careful study of various models and the assurance that Fuji would either fix the sensor issue (highlight orbs) or i could possibly be lucky enough to get a newer one with the new sensor, i made the plunge.
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