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The viewfinder does indeed zoom with the lens - I got the camera out to check. It works really well. The only time I notice that the viewfinder and the lens can get out of sync is when you're vey close to a subject (e.g. in a macro situation) and there's parallax. In such (macro) cases it's best to rely on the scree… see more The viewfinder does indeed zoom with the lens - I got the camera out to check. It works really well. The only time I notice that the viewfinder and the lens can get out of sync is when you're vey close to a subject (e.g. in a macro situation) and there's parallax. In such (macro) cases it's best to rely on the screen on the back. see less
By Tim Braithwaite on June 19, 2013
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I don't expect this to be a very difficult camera to use. There's always the auto mode to fall back on.
The key point to take note of is really how good and fast the autofocus is. You'll want to wait for reviews to appear before making your decision. I've the X100 and the autofocus performance there wasn't up to my ex… see more
I don't expect this to be a very difficult camera to use. There's always the auto mode to fall back on.
The key point to take note of is really how good and fast the autofocus is. You'll want to wait for reviews to appear before making your decision. I've the X100 and the autofocus performance there wasn't up to my expectation - it wasn't as fast and accurate as I like. see less

By Parka on October 16, 2011
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It is very hard to separate the sensor and the EXR modes. Even in some of the "manual" modes under certain settings, the EXR functions will kick in. I will say the x10 is a bit quirky but you can get some very nice images out of it. The Sony has a larger sensor and does have more lines of resolution on Popular Pho… see more It is very hard to separate the sensor and the EXR modes. Even in some of the "manual" modes under certain settings, the EXR functions will kick in. I will say the x10 is a bit quirky but you can get some very nice images out of it. The Sony has a larger sensor and does have more lines of resolution on Popular Photography's resolution test at its base ISO. Sony has 2270 lines of resolution and the Fuji has 2130. The Fuji earns a low noise rating up to ISO 800 while the Sony only holds onto the low noise rating only through ISO 400. Very similar cameras with similar audiences. I can't really speak to the Panasonic as I have never owned or used one. Popular Photography has a website and has a full review of both cameras. They are very good reviews. May be helpful to you. see less
By btn1100 on October 10, 2012
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Yes. In fact there are 2 macro modes. Macro and Super Macro. I've only had this camera for a few months now and am still just constantly amazed at the quality and feature set. I got very lucky and picked up one "like new" here on Amazon for only $250. It's a bargain. The only thing I've bought for it since is a r… see more Yes. In fact there are 2 macro modes. Macro and Super Macro. I've only had this camera for a few months now and am still just constantly amazed at the quality and feature set. I got very lucky and picked up one "like new" here on Amazon for only $250. It's a bargain. The only thing I've bought for it since is a really good FAST 8 GB card - Sandisk makes these, a spare battery (essential), and a folding lens cap that automatically opens and closes when you twist the lens to turn it on - about $11. see less
By Jeff K on March 27, 2014
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C1 and C2 settings are adjusted by turning Mode Dial to C1 or C2 and pressing 'menu/OK'. This opens page 1 of 4 for the C1/C2 settings. At top of first page, ISO will be highlighted; press ''menu/OK' to open options for this setting. Make your choice and press 'menu/ok' again to return to page 1 of options for the C1… see more C1 and C2 settings are adjusted by turning Mode Dial to C1 or C2 and pressing 'menu/OK'. This opens page 1 of 4 for the C1/C2 settings. At top of first page, ISO will be highlighted; press ''menu/OK' to open options for this setting. Make your choice and press 'menu/ok' again to return to page 1 of options for the C1/C2 settings. To save simply exit out of menu using 'disp back'. The next time you choose C1 or C2 your settings will be there. see less
By dennisaitch on October 7, 2013
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Just purchased this camera and it is on it's way. I agree that white disc problem is an issue for some, but after viewing hundreds of threads and pictures, the dynamic range just can't be beat. I tend to shoot nature scenes and family most. I don't often shoot city lights, etc. I have a Nikon D70 that can't come close … see more Just purchased this camera and it is on it's way. I agree that white disc problem is an issue for some, but after viewing hundreds of threads and pictures, the dynamic range just can't be beat. I tend to shoot nature scenes and family most. I don't often shoot city lights, etc. I have a Nikon D70 that can't come close this camera in low light situations. I agree that the D70 has a much higher IQ, but most of my stuff is web based or 4x6 prints. The firmware fix should only improve the camera's performance. To say this camera is deeply flawed might be a over statement. see less
By Daniel S. Barnett on December 17, 2011
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Yes we can ship it to Korea and shipping cost is free because of it will be shipped out from Japan. Thanks.
By LEO International Trading on March 30, 2015 SELLER
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Yes. Its very easy to learn and built very well. Takes good pictures too.
By Samuel Roy on March 26, 2015
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By Jeff K on September 8, 2014
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Definitely not slim enough to fit in your jeans pocket! Here are the dimensions: [117.0(W) x 69.6(H) x 56.8(D) mm / 4.6(W) x 2.7(H) x 2.2(D) in.] It doesn't fit comfortably in my small purse either. While still a small, hand-held camera, it is not pocket sized. The lens is fixed and doesn't retract into the body.
By M on June 10, 2014