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    Fujifilm X10 thread

    Since there is no Fujifilm subforum, I guess this is the closest one to post this thread. I was looking for a smaller compact camera and this little fella fit the bill. I was going to choose the Sony NEX 5n but it requires me to buy additional lenses (which aren't really that fast), no full flash or hot shoe available, and another optional EVF. With the Fuji, I can use my existing Nikon speedlights in manual mode or in SU 4 mode. Anyone interested in getting the new Fuji cams? The Xpro - 1 looks really nice too.


    Fuji X10 hood_009 by gqtuazon, on Flickr


    Fuji X10 hood_005 by gqtuazon, on Flickr


    Fuji X10 Nikon SB 800 in SU 4 mode by gqtuazon, on Flickr

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    Fuji X10 002 by gqtuazon, on Flickr


    macro mode


    DSF3064 by gqtuazon, on Flickr


    DSCF0031 by gqtuazon, on Flickr


    DSCF0037 by gqtuazon, on Flickr

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    Ia this a SLR or point and shoot? If so does it have a view finder? The images appear to be very sharp!
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    Thank you. It is a point and shoot. The Fuji Xpro-1 is the newly release mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JudiN View Post
    Ia this a SLR or point and shoot? If so does it have a view finder? The images appear to be very sharp!
    Its neither. Its an EVIL camera. The newish, mirrorless design that is seeing a lot of sales.
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    It takes great shots!
    Good colours too, but then again, Fuji have always had great lenses and excellent sensors too.
    I've owned a few Fujis, one of them having taken literally hundreds of thousands of photos with about 6 different people, and it still works well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricktas View Post
    Its neither. Its an EVIL camera. The newish, mirrorless design that is seeing a lot of sales.
    Actually Rick, I think you meant the X100.
    X10 had neither an EVF nor interchangeable lens. Its an advance compact like the Olympus XZ1.
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    Quick correction but going a bit OT. X100 also isn't an EVIL. It has an hybrid EVF but lens is fixed.

    Sorry.. back to the X10. A friend has bought one and when I next catchup with him, looking forward to playing with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swifty View Post
    Quick correction but going a bit OT. X100 also isn't an EVIL. It has an hybrid EVF but lens is fixed.

    Sorry.. back to the X10. A friend has bought one and when I next catchup with him, looking forward to playing with it.
    Yup. Manufacturers are competing very well in having the best sensor, features, and lenses of course. This is all good for us the consumers.

    Let us know what you think about the X10 once your done playing with it. It is a fun compact camera.

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    I am looking at one atm, waiting for some more reviews before I hand over the dosh in HK next week if all goes well

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    Quote Originally Posted by JM Tran View Post
    I am looking at one atm, waiting for some more reviews before I hand over the dosh in HK next week if all goes well
    You can read some of the discussions on flickr if you are interested including a whole bunch of pictures.

    http://www.flickr.com/groups/1773207@N23/

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    I picked up an X10 this week to replace the P&S that lives in my handbag and it's a great little camera. Full manual controls, RAW, fast lens (f2.0 - 2.8), decent zoom range (28-112) and all the controls that I frequently use are directly accessible via mode dials and buttons, without the need to drill down into the menus.

    I've only taken a few test shots so far, but image quality seems very good (processing in LR3). Will it replace my 5DII? Not a chance. But I can tell I'm going to have a lot of fun with this little camera.

    Some test shots (just ignore the randomness of the subject matter):

    DSCF0174.jpg

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    Congrats on your Fuji X10. Have you updated the firmware yet? I love the butterfly shot the most.

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    Hope its ok to post Fuji X100 pics in this thread, i have had the X100 for a couple of months and am very impressed with it. The fixed prime lens suits me and helps me to think outside the square so to speak.

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    Hmm. Fuji X10, X100, X100s, XPro1. Fixed lens, interchangeable.
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