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Alexander S. White is the author of several guide books to advanced compact digital cameras. He lives near Richmond, Virginia, with his family.
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  • Paperback: 338 pages
  • Publisher: White Knight Press (April 8, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1937986039
  • ISBN-13: 978-1937986032
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.9 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
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Having decided to buy a more sophisticated camera I purchased my Fujifilm X10 almost as soon as it came out, and when I opened the box I immediately studied the included owner's manual. Like most company-written manuals it quickly explained the camera's settings but, like most company manuals, it didn't give any suggestions about which settings were considered "standard" and which should only be chosen for a particular situation. It just explained what each function and setting did. (The manual was actually written better than most, but it tended to overwhelm me with unnecessary details before I understood the camera's basic functions and controls.) After setting up my camera and taking many, many photos I felt a bit frustrated that I never really achieved the results I felt I should get from such a camera. There's no doubt that this is an amazing camera, and I felt that the photos I took with it should be consistently outstanding. But to be honest, my photos seemed to be about the same quality as I had achieved with my cheaper point-and-shoot cameras.

Then I purchased this book. Wow! After reading the first few pages I realized that I hadn't chosen the correct settings for my needs; hadn't downloaded the newest Firmware update (the author tells you how); and never realized what I could do with this incredible camera. This book has been a revelation! Reading it is like having one of the designers from the Fujifilm camera factory sit down with you and slowly but methodically explain the camera's functions one by one. The author, Alexander White, tells you what settings to use if you just want to snap vacation photos, and what to do if you want to utilize the camera's advanced functions.
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Having purchased an X20 and found the Fuji manual adequate but lacking, I decided to try this book in the hopes of more than a little application to the X20. First of all, this is a complete, easy-to-understand, well illustrated guide to the X10. I have gone through this book page-by-page with my X20 in hand, twirling knobs and fooling with the menus. In my opinion, it is 90% applicable to the X20. BTW, I am not 'an enthusiast'--whatever that means--just a guy who owns one camera at a time and takes photos.
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I've been a professional photographer for over 40 years, starting with 5X7 b&w sheet film and now working with digital. I was looking for the best small camera to carry at all times everywhere, and after much online research bought the Fujifilm X10. I have not been disappointed.

However, even though the X10 came with a pretty good instruction book, it still left many questions unanswered--and the same questions also went unanswered on the Internet. For instance, can you use exposure compensation in the EXR mode? When using EXR (which is one of the main reasons to buy this camera), what are the best settings to use? Is Program Mode better than the EXR mode? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each?

The author answers all of these questions in clear English, all accompanied by photographs to illustrate his descriptions and explanations, and (important) a good table of contents and index.
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I bought this book on a few recommendations from various Fuji forums that it will also help with the Fuji X-S1.....and it IS a great guide for the X-S1 also. There is very little control & menu changes between the 2 evidently, almost to the point of appearing to use the same software version.

I would say 80% of this book applies to the X-S1, it is the manual that should have been included with the camera IMHO.

With that said, I bought the B&W version to save some $$ initially, and the author did send along a color copy upon request in PDF, epub, or kindle versions, your choice. And as much as I love having my table with me when shooting to look up info, at home I wanted the color version. So I also bought the color version.

Bottom line, skip the B&W version, you absolutely NEED the color version for most of the book to see what is being described. Save a few weeks more & grab the color version, you will thank me later. As for requesting a color e-version when you buy the color version, I am not sure if he would send it along...but it would not hurt to try! LOL!
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I recently ordered the now discontinued Fuji X-S1 super-zoom bridge camera. This book, tho aimed at the X10, is very useful for the X-S1 as well as they are very similar in many respects. They share the same ⅔" CMOS chip and many of the controls and shooting modes are the same. This is a very thorough book, well written and highly recommended for owners of either of these camera. I found it to be an interesting and rewarding experience.
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The Photographer's Guide to the X10, is THE guide book to have if you have either a Fujifilm X10 or X20 camera. These cameras are very sophistocated and all of their functions are not covered in the owner's manual supplied by the manufacturer. Although I could operate the camera and get reasonably good photos, I was truely amazed by all the things I didn't know.

In 338 pages, this book covers ALL the functions and settings and explains in plain English how they all work. The X20 is basically like the X10 with the exception of a few things, so that the guide is very helpful for both cameras. I purchased the B&W edition but wish I had the color version because some of the illustrations depict color operations. Also, the photos are all very small and lack impact because of it. The paper could be better too.

A few days ago I purchased the X30 from Amazon. I am in hopes that this book will be helpful in that case also, at least until an X30 guide book is produced.

This book has increased the value of my purchase and has enabled me to gain better knowledge of the cameras functions thereby providing me with better images from a very nice retro look camera.
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