Fujifilm FinePix F10 Zoom

Announced Feb 8, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
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Back in 2005 I was dissatisfied with my existing compact, saw a good review of the F10. So I bought it. Good points. High iso performance was excellent, years ahead of it's time and the non fuji compact competition.  Most compacts at the time stopped at iso 400.  The F10 offered 800 and 1600.  Non flash photography indoors in low light with a small camera became possible,  the results were very pleasing, the detail was not great but good enough, dark areas remained dark, no obvious ...

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excellent cam Problems: sometimes banding issues @ ISO 1600 and ISO 800

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Lacks real M mode, Tv, and Av modes. iso1600 has severe noise reduction added resulting in very "chunky" egdes. Problems: Easily gives blown highlights unless you put in exposure compensation of -2/3. Also dust got on the sensor after 18 months resulting in the camera could not be used since the sensor is so small, the dust looks so big.

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Rather dissapointed. It could be really awesome camera, but it has problems with quality of the photos (see below). And it is extremely loud. I had the same model earlier for a week an that was much quieter. Problems: Huge problems with image quality at high ISO settings (no, not noise, it would be too simple). I described them here: forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1012&message=20851875 What's worse service claims, that the camera "holds factory standards". So we can conclude, that ...

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The output of this camera is phenomenal. It really competes with my other two tools - the Nikon D100 and D50. Every time I play with another point and shoot, I always want to see output like my F10. Battery life is amazing taking months of pictures, if you don't use the flash or the assist lamp. Problems: When you go to have the pictures printed from a quick photo printer you have to tell them not to enhance the photo. The camera already does an excellent job. The lack of manual controls can ...

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Bought this camera as a second carry-around pockateble camera to my Nikon D50. The main reason I went for the F10 was it's brilliant results at high ISOs and low noise. It does the best job I've ever seen in a point&shoot. Other aspects of this little digicam that should be mentioned are, among others, the amazing autonomy of the proprietary Li-Ion rechargeable battery. I have had the camera for almost a month now and, allthough I haven't used it extensively, I have not had to recharge the ...

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I have got the F10 because of its great ISO capabilities and because I needed a fast compact camera with a good movie mode. The high ISO capability is definitely better than that of the competition, the camera IS fast and the movie mode is quite good. So the camera really delivers in the areas that were most important to me. I knew beforehand about the negative aspects of this camera (and these are largely the same for F11 and F30): - no optical viewfinder (useful in very bright sunlight) - ...

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Disappointed Purple fringing Random exposure Can't use exposure compensation with program scene Bad white balance in bright light Overexposure in bright light Lack of hyperfocal My S500 - Yes Casio !! - takes better pictures in bright light. Ok, the F10 is amazing in low light, but in bright light many many cameras are better. Problems: Dead pixel. Sent twice at Fuji that said it was in the norm !

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I have used a lot of cameras from a variety of producers: Nikon, Minolta, Canon etc. The only good point with the F10 is it's high iso sensitivity. Whereas it might sound a great plus, images are still quite grainy, inspite what people say. The ovreprocessing in-camera is obvious and that gives as a result colourfull images, but quite soft and lacking the clarity or crystal-clear aspect of some other compact cameras. However, when it comes to the price, that is quite high for its ...

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I previously owned a FujiA210 as my first point and shoot digital camera. This camera is so much superior, especially the recovery time. Everything is so much faster. I love the bigger lcd. I am not a sophisticated camera person, so many of the detail settings etc. I don't worry about. What I like about it is it takes excellent pictures, easy to operate, and the battery life is amazing! Overall good value. Problems: none so far

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