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FUJIFILM X10 Digital Camera (Black)

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FUJIFILM X10 Digital Camera (Black)
Key Features
  • 12Mp Resolution
  • 2.8" LCD Screen
  • 28-112mm Telephoto Manual Zoom Lens
  • 4x Manual Optical Zoom
The Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera is a fun point-and-shoot that does more than its name implies. Designed with manual mode, HD video capture, and RAW shooting capabilities the X10 begs to be your creative option when a DSLR isn't the most practical option. As such, the X10 is of course lightweight, yet made from die-case magnesium, giving that a bit of that old-school look and feel. Adding to that look, and usability, would be the camera's viewfinder and built-in flash.

It's also well equipped. As the aforementioned features suggest, this is more than a snapshot camera. The 12Mp 2/3" EXR CMOS sensor captures both high res stills and 1080p HD video. The lens is a 28-112mm (35mm equiv) zoom with an f/2.0-2.8 aperture and manual zooming capabilities. This Fujinon lens also features a proprietary Super Electron Beam Coating which ensures high quality image capture from any point on the lens.

When you'd like to review images or shoot using the monitor, the 2.8" LCD screen has you covered. This display features high-contrast viewing that makes it easy to see, even when outdoors. No matter how you frame though the camera gives you the option to capture in RAW or JPEG formats. You can also take advantage of in-camera RAW processing. Film Simulation Modes area helpful as well to give you photos a look all their own.

Additional features of the X10 include functions like the electronic horizon leveling gauge. This gauge ensures level images, without a tripod. Another useful option is the Motion Panorama 360° feature for seamless panoramic shooting. There's also the Fast power start-up for image capture in as little as 0.8 seconds.

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FUJIFILM X10 Overview

The Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera is a fun point-and-shoot that does more than its name implies. Designed with manual mode, HD video capture, and RAW shooting capabilities the X10 begs to be your creative option when a DSLR isn't the most practical option. As such, the X10 is of course lightweight, yet made from die-case magnesium, giving that a bit of that old-school look and feel. Adding to that look, and usability, would be the camera's viewfinder and built-in flash.

It's also well equipped. As the aforementioned features suggest, this is more than a snapshot camera. The 12Mp 2/3" EXR CMOS sensor captures both high res stills and 1080p HD video. The lens is a 28-112mm (35mm equiv) zoom with an f/2.0-2.8 aperture and manual zooming capabilities. This Fujinon lens also features a proprietary Super Electron Beam Coating which ensures high quality image capture from any point on the lens.

When you'd like to review images or shoot using the monitor, the 2.8" LCD screen has you covered. This display features high-contrast viewing that makes it easy to see, even when outdoors. No matter how you frame though the camera gives you the option to capture in RAW or JPEG formats. You can also take advantage of in-camera RAW processing. Film Simulation Modes area helpful as well to give you photos a look all their own.

Additional features of the X10 include functions like the electronic horizon leveling gauge. This gauge ensures level images, without a tripod. Another useful option is the Motion Panorama 360° feature for seamless panoramic shooting. There's also the Fast power start-up for image capture in as little as 0.8 seconds.

4x manual optical zoom featuring Fujifilm's 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-class 1080p 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° panoramic shooting

FUJIFILM X10 Specs

Imaging
Sensor ResolutionEffective: 12 Megapixel
Aspect Ratio3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Exposure Control
White BalanceAuto, Fluorescent (Day White), Fluorescent (Natural White), Fluorescent (White), Incandescent, Manual, Shade, Underwater
Video
Coverage85%
Flash
Flash ModesAuto
External Flash ConnectionHot Shoe
Packaging Info
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.9 x 6.8 x 3.8"

FUJIFILM X10 Reviews

Great little camera for the price!

By Jared
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2014-02-17

First thing I did not like was the non-standard USB jack on the camera. In a perfect world, I would love micro-USB, but would have been happy with mini-USB. I understand why they did this (A/V output), but I don't like it at all. One more cable to keep track of, that's not compatible with anything else I own. I shoot small JPG and raw on my Canon. I'm read up to page 102 of the manual, and was still not sure if I could accomplish the same with the Fuji. I only use the JPGs for reference, and occasionally for immediate social-network posting when I'm on location. I don't need full-resolution JPGs, that's why I shoot in raw and use Lightroom. (NOTE: It *does* allow you to shoot both, I just had to keep reading). One of the reasons I went with this model, was because of the optical viewfinder. I prefer using a viewfinder, rather than holding the camera further away from my face to use the LCD screen. Still looking for a way to shut the LCD screen completely off (save battery power) while I shoot through the viewfinder. It might not be an option on this unit. (NOTE: I still don't know how to disable the LCD screen on this camera.) Lack of electronic remote is a bummer. I'm unable to use my TriggerTrap or any other electronic triggering/intervalometer unit. Took it along on a family trip to OMSI in Portland. The size is definitely nice, although I'm used to lugging my DSLR around as I've been doing for years. I don't use 'face recognition' in general, but I set up the C1 for face recognition for convenient selfies with my wife. When we got home from the trip, I noticed that it was not shooting full-resolution raw files!! I need to figure out how to shoot small JPEG, and full-size raw files. (NOTE: It *does* allow you to shoot both, I just had to keep reading the manual). I like how simple it is to set a custom white balance. Brought it with us on our 2-year anniversary trip to Philadelphia. I somehow lost the shutter release cable during the trip, which limited our 'selfie' pics. I set up one of the custom settings for selfies, but each time, I need to enable the timer, it doesn't save on the custom setting. Image quality is not bad for a sensor of this size. Macro capability of this camera is amazing!

Very Satisfied

By D
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-01-02

I love my purchase. I was looking for a camera that took high quality photos without being a bulky dslr and this camera was perfect for me. Even though it came out in 2010, the style and functionality of the camera are great. I love the vintage look of it and I have been carrying it everywhere taking photos. The price was amazing for the quality of this camera and it was exactly as listed. I didn't even have to pay any extra taxes or shipping. The camera came when it was supposed to, a few business days and arrived at my home on Christmas Eve. Overall great experience.

Great Carry Around Camera

By Amy
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2013-12-31

Have only had this camera a couple weeks and still deciding if I will keep or exchange for the X20. So far have not found any glaring issues that I feel the X20 would address better. It takes great photos and decent video. I have used it in full daylight, indoors at night, and outdoors in the evening. No complaints. As a photojournalist I like to always have a camera handy without carrying around my Canon 1D or 7D. I chose this over the 100X and some other similarly priced brands due to build quality and price. To get the most out of this camera the learning curve is a bit steep to figure out how best to tweek the settings just right and I am still working on it. I agree with other reviewers who said the noise at higher ISO's was akin to film and not a deal breaker for me. Exposure info in the viewfinder would be nice, but a competent photographer should not need it. My plans are to use this camera to gather both photos and video for a duck hunting documentary. I think I can get the quality I need without risking my expensive cameras wading around in thigh high water.

Good price for a pro camera

By Edgar Mtz
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2013-12-26

Best deal point & shoot camera on the market.Nowdays digital compact cameras goes around $if you have a similar budget to but a new compact camera, you should shoot for this one. Beautiful retro body with some pro features from the X100.

A steal at the current price

By ringoism
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2014-01-27

The newer X20 might be improved in some ways, but I've found this X10 very capable for most types of photography, excepting wildlife (i.e., lack of long zoom) and stage events with fast action (low-ISO performance obviously below that of DSLR's). It's down to nearly half what it cost originally, and thus a real bargain. Using my Sony SLT (with five lenses) a lot less frequently now. The X10 works great for family photos (even indoor, barring fast movement), street photography, landscapes, travel, and a bit of action (if great zoom not required). Pros:-Powering up with the zoom ring a great innovation that makes catching that quick / unexpected shot easier.-Great build quality, image quality, decent handling / controls for its size / type, responsive, very capable burst rates, some useful modes / custom options, pretty fast lens, easy to carry. Cons: - slow initial metering at startup (have missed shots on account)- lack of a quick menu for oft-used settings (there's a firmware update that adds it, but mine doesn't have it)- not sure you can move in zoomed review from one frame to the next (which would be very helpful), as with my SLT, and reviewing continuous-shot frames is fiddly. What I seriously HATE: An absolutely bizarre file-numbering protocol, which uses totally different prefixes / sequences when shooting in different modes (most notably single-frame vs. continuous advance, maybe others). So if I dump all these files into a single thematic folder, for example, shots taken sequentially (but with different setting) end up completely out of order, all over the place. Makes file management extremely difficult, with a much greater risk of misplacing / losing shots. Hope Fuji eliminates this particular innovation in future models / firmware updates. No other camera I've seen does this. BTW, later-production X10's like my own have an upgraded sensor which has practically eliminated the white orb sensor effect so widely complained about in the original models.

Exceeding Expectations

By Williams Visual
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-01-26

After searching for years for a point and shoot compact camera that I truly could feel comfortable carrying over a DSLR, I found the X10 at a great price at B&H. This camera is a joy to use. The construction and finish is top notch and has me thinking very seriously about replacing much of my Canon system with Fujifilm's X mirror less system. The X10 is just the right size. Pocketable in a coat or cargo pants and offers all the control of a DSLR. I really like the optical viewfinder and use it extensively, while staying aware of parallax issues. Image quality is of course not on par with my 6D, but for 90% of the travel images I take, it is excellent. I love the film simulation and find it does accurately match Fuji film stocks. I haven't wanted or needed to shoot RAW, so I can't comment there. Only con is battery life is fairly short. I can get through a day if I leave the rear LCD off and use the optical finder, but extra batteries will be needed. Just buy it!

Gone but not forgotten

By DPF
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-01-07

This is just flat a great camera. Reviews are everywhere so I won't be redundant here, and instead will just say I'm very glad to have gotten what may have been the last new X10 sold by B&H. I went to the site a day or two later to check the price and there IS no price -- just a picture of the camera and the word Discontinued. If they find a new batch or begin offering refurbs, jump.

The perfect camera for me

By johnmcde
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2014-01-06

Up until I purchased the X10 I've been strictly B&W film using my Nikon F3HP. I needed to move into some digital and when the X10 went on sale I jumped on it. The little things count for a lot with me. For instance, the X10 has a threaded cable release. Perfect for my tripod mounted nature shots and macros. I'm still learning to use the camera so I haven't hit all the features yet. I used Fuji slide film for years. Fuji knows their film and they put that expertise into the X10. The jpeg files that come out of this camera are very, very good. I don't have the time or inclination to fuss with raw files which is a good thing because the Fuji supplied software sucks.

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I'd like to confirm what I just read here, that being that the Fuji X10's you have in stock at $299.00 have the modified sensors to solve the ORB issue. Thank you
Asked by: Anonymous
The white orb issue with the Fujifilm X10 Digital Camera was resolved in the summer of 2012. All of our X10 cameras since then have the modified sensor.
Answered by: Dan W.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Hi! I'd like to know what's the Guarantee offered by Fujifilm for this product, how long does it last and if it's available in any country, as we might want to buy this camera in the US but will probably spend half of the year in Europe.Thank you!
Asked by: Anonymous
The camera comes with a 1-year Fujifilm USA warranty valid in the USA. For products taken outside of the United States, please check with the manufacturer locally, to see if they will honor the USA warranty. This is entirely up to the discretion of the manufacturer in question and out of the control of B&H.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does it has the old or the new sensor?Thanks
Asked by: Anonymous
All of the Fujifilm X10 cameras in our inventory have the modified sensor.
Answered by: Christina S.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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