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Fujifilm X10

Overall rating 4 stars
4 from 4 reviews
Specifications
Aperture
F2 - F2.8
Features
aspherical lens
Optical Zoom
4x
The name of the lens
Fujinon
Focal length (35mm equivalent)
28 - 112 mm
The number of optical elements
11
The number of groups optical elements
9
Specifications
Aperture:
F2 - F2.8
Features:
aspherical lens
Optical Zoom:
4x
The name of the lens:
Fujinon
Focal length (35mm equivalent):
28 - 112 mm
The number of optical elements:
11
The number of groups optical elements:
9

Reviews

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Overall rating 4 stars
4 reviews
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Overall rating stars
May 20, 2012

Comment:

Firstly this review claims the sensor is a backlit CMOS well I’m not convinced. I have heard that a modified sensor has replaced the original which had white disc problem. However if you look at the FujiFilm X10 sensor on their website it has the sensor’s silicon wafer wiring facing this is as far as I know on the top of a wafer so the light is falling on the front not the back in their photo please check your facts they make no mention to ‘backlit’
This camera I have tried for a few minutes in a local camera shop as it was closing. I was able to work out how to manually focus from looking at the buttons and trying all the adjustment knobs rings etc so I would say fairly intuitive but not what is wanted such as several rings on the lens to control manual focus apature and zoom. What I didn’t like was a lack of EVF – information in the view finder. If it is to resemble a film camera then my cheap Practica BX film camera shows me the Apature and suggested shutter speed and focus in the view finder I am thinking twice for the lack of these. I don’t find going back to the funtionality of my Leica 1A view finder an advancement worth this price tag. Manual everything yes please retro looks and perfect size great. Would I buy one, well its the nearest thing I have seen so far as it does everything I want but to save money perhaps loosing the LCD and keeping the EVF instead would give me what I need. I don’t need to review on screen and I don’t need lots of menus I just want a camera that takes film like photos without the delay and cost and waste of film.

Overall rating stars
January 11, 2013

Comment:

This review needs updating, I have had my X-10 for over 6 months and the updated sensor has never produced “ugly white discs” that you have listed as a Con.
I have a Nikon DSLR, a Panasonic GF1 and the X-10. I choose to carry the X-10 everywhere, it is a solid, well made camera, image quality is excellent and the camera is fun to use. People always admire the retro styling too!
As far as I am concerned there are no downsides to this camera.

Overall rating stars
May 13, 2015

Comment:

You’re right, it’s not a backlit sensor, although arguably the special low-light abilities of the EXR arrangement make up for that.

Overall rating stars
May 13, 2015

Comment:

I picked up a used X10 a few months ago – the model is more than three years old now – and I just love this camera to bits. I have a decent Canon DSLR that takes technically much better pictures with its APS-C sensor and more reliable phase-detect autofocus, but it’s nothing like as fun to use and the pictures from the Fuji have a certain quality that just elevates them. Shooting this camera at 6MP with the dynamic range mode set to DR400 gives you the same hardware-based enhanced DR as the (all automatic) EXR mode, and the results are often beautiful. It is easily the most “film like” digital camera I’ve ever come across, not just in looks and handling but in the images straight from the camera as well.

After this review was written, Fuji actually redesigned the sensor and fixed the “orb” problem altogether, offering a free replacement sensor to all affected cameras. My particular camera is a late serial number built after this redesign, so I’ve never had to worry about this issue. It’s a shame that the X10 became synonymous with orbs since it’s such a fantastic camera; the replacement X20 ditched the EXR sensor and its clever DR and low iso tricks altogether for a slightly more conventional x-trans design, and although its images are a touch sharper (due to ditching the AA filter) its jpegs actually aren’t as good in capturing DR or dealing with ISO noise. All of which leaves the X10 as something of a classic, and a camera I’d currently choose over pretty much anything.

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Details
Details
Lens
Aperture F2 - F2.8
Features aspherical lens
Optical Zoom 4x
The name of the lens Fujinon
Focal length (35mm equivalent) 28 - 112 mm
The number of optical elements 11
The number of groups optical elements 9
Focus
Manual focus Yes
Type autofocus contrast
The AF illuminator Yes
Adjustment of auto focus Yes
The minimum shooting distance 0.01 m
Power
Power connector Yes
Number of batteries 1
The format of batteries your own
Camera
Camera type digital
Matrix
Size 2/3"
Crop factor 3.93
Sensitivity 100 - 3200 ISO, Auto ISO
Enhanced ISO value ISO6400, ISO12800
Maximum resolution 4000 x 3000
The type of matrix CMOS
The total number of pixels 12 million
The number of effective pixels 12 million
Exposure
Excerpt 30 - 1/4000 with
Metering multizone, common (Evaluative), spot
Compensation +/- 2 EV in 1/3-step increments
Exposure bracketing Yes
Automatic processing of the exposition with shutter priority, aperture-priority
Manual setting of shutter speed and aperture Yes
Functionality
Flash built-in, up to 7 m, the suppression of red eye, Shoe
White balance auto, manual, from the list
Image stabilizer (photography) optical, movable element in the lens
Shooting modes
Macro Yes
Timer Yes
The timer 2, 10 c
Speed shooting 10 frame./sec
Maximum series of images 16 for JPEG
The frame format (photography) 4:3, 3:2, 1:1, 16:9
Size and weight
Size 117x70x57 mm
Weight 330 g without batteries; 350 g with batteries
Memory and interfaces
Interfaces USB 2.0, video, HDMI, audio
Image formats 3 JPEG, RAW
Type of memory cards SD, SDHC, SDXC
Record video and audio
Video codecs MPEG4
Sound recording Yes
Video recording Yes
Format video recording MOV
Maximum resolution videos 1920x1080
Optical Zoom when recording video Yes
The maximum frame rate of the video 30 fps
The maximum frame rate when shooting HD video 25/30 fps at a resolution of 1280x720, 25/30 fps at a resolution of 1920x1080
Viewfinder and LCD screen
LCD screen 460000 points, 2.80 inch
Viewfinder optical
The viewfinder field of view 85%
Using the screen as a viewfinder Yes
Other functions and features
Equipment battery NP-50, charger, strap, lens cap, USB cable, user manual, CD with software
Digital Zoom 2x
Additional features tripod mount, HDR
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