Fujifilm FinePix V10 Zoom

Announced Jan 4, 2006 •
5 megapixels | 3 screen | 36 – 130 mm (3.6×)
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I have been using the Fujifilm V10 for a year and a half or so and I enjoy the large LCD screen, the quick start up and the picture quality. I find it uses the battery very fast. You must buy at least one spare battey and keep it with you if you take it on trips. The picture quality is pretty darn good. The colors come out great. Very accurate colors. Macro is wonderful. I sometimes use this for macros over my DSLR! Oh..it has games installed in the camera too. How cool is that. I have ...

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I had 2 Nikon (8400, 5400), Olympus 4100, Ricoh R30 digital cameras before I purchase this one. In March 2007, group of my elementary schoolmates gather together to take pictures, schoolmates uses Canon, Sony, Ricohn and other digital cameras, but I noticed the best picture quality of group people photos came out from a schoolmates who uses this camera -- Fuji FinePix V10. I searched web, and found it's only about $150.00 so I purchased one. I love the 3 inch LCD, and perhaps this is the ...

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Excellent ps party camera. Fits into the pocket. robust cool design, quick start up. Large display enables you to enjoy your photos with your friends immediately which could be a little bit tricky - the battery won't survive more than 100-200 shots Easy to handle and intuitive menu. Problems: poor battery life you will need a sockett for the whole night. autofocus sometimes hunts, particulary in low light.

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I have taken about 300 photos so far. The 3 in LCD is nice, and has a variety of options to view images. The camera has quick start up and photo to photo speed. I also like the unique dual photo feature, it takes 2 photos in sucession 1st one with flash and 2nd one in natual light with higher ISO, this works great with stationary targets but the 2nd image gets blurry with moving objects. the control buttons at the bottom are small but once you get used to them are quite easy to work. Image ...

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