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Fujifilm X10 review samples gallery

Fujifilm X10 Review Samples - Posted 11th July 2012

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Fujifilm X10 Preview Samples

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Total comments: 4
Torgeir

Although the X10 can produce sharp close-ups, landscapes turn out more or less blurred. One third of the lens hood (needed to mount filters) is annoyingly visible in the viewfinder and has large open gaps on the sides which allow dust to enter both sides of the filter as well as the lens. Certain colours seems impossible to get right. A thumb seized better grip plate just fell off. The autofocus often refuse to operate in macro mode if the motif has low contrast. The manual focus mode (turning the sub-command dial) is so clumsy and time consuming that it in practice is useless.

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BobFoster

Most exciting camera coming out in years. The only thing I would add is a fold out rotating LCD and AA batteries. With those two features this would be the perfect camera. Made in Japan quality which will make this camera last a lifetime, and even future generations would inherit this with pride. Fantastic!

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Mikegwoollard

Update on faulty optical viewfinder: Fuji repaired camera for £110 with full service and 1 year guarantee extension. I like the camera so had it repaired but in future I will be buying Canon products as this viewfinder should never have failed in the first place given the gentle use this camera had.

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Mikegwoollard

Nice camera living up to dpreviews comments BUT optical view finder stopped functioning correctly in the first 9 months of use only in focus at full zoom. This despite it being looked after like cut glassware. I have sent to Fuju for repair estimate after guarantee ran out. No doubt a hefty repair estimate will result. We will see.

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