Portuense

Joined on Nov 29, 2011

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SkyDreamer: UK friends, have a look at amazon.de, they ship anywhere in Europe and have normally better prices on the high tech items than the other Amazon shops. I buy from them despite I live in France, and I did very good deals.

No offence rondhamalam, but in which planet have you been living? Nowdays with internet, at home, you can buy in any European Union country without the hassle of customs, extra taxes and with warranty. I saved thousands of Euros these last years buying electronic devices over the internet. Germany is a great choice for photographic gear at good prices.

Link | Posted on Mar 26, 2012 at 21:33 UTC
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lajka: Everybody`s babbling about the sensor technology and Fujis let downs and the duds bought and so on. The truth is, ask Alex Jones, that it is an invasion of WHITE ORBS under way and every sane mind would see it. In case you don`t know what White ORBS are, I`ll reveal that much, that it`s a kind of zombie syndrom inflicted by the NEW WORLD ORDERs ILLUMINATI executives on the gullible population of slave consumers. The most common signes are the eyeballs white orbing when, for example the customer realizes that his newly bought 1K$ cameras sensor´s blooming while his bloom tree`s not. . It`s a worldwide conspiration connocted on mt. FUJI and relayed throught mt.Olympus to the mt.McKidding. Get rid of the WHITE ORBS. Put the film back on your eyes and start to SEE!

f/1.8 and no orbs.

Link | Posted on Mar 16, 2012 at 12:31 UTC
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sgnirts: I'm glad to hear Fuji is taking this "orb/bloom" issue and the X10 customers seriously. At $599 the camera has to deliver across the board as a universal solid photographic tool, at least within reason. The bloom problem is too glaring an error in design to support the price point, which is a shame given the unique style, construction and potential of the X10. The X10 should have been a defining moment for Fuji that cements brand loyalty for decades like the f30/31 did, it's possibly too late for that, but I believe a true winning fix would save them face and many thousands of informed customers. GO FUJI, show us that you are truly serious about staying viable in the camera market.

I had 2 Fuji cameras, 2 X10. They both came with a loose viewfinder case. I sent them back immediatly of course and decided it was enough. That was before I could even take photos and find out about the orbs. I don´t know Fuji past record (but it hardly seems to be shiny from what I read from other people) but the way Fuji handled this all issue was pathetic. I won´t put my hard earned money on a corporation that treats it´s customers like Fuji has. First they called their customers stupid by saying that the camera works within specs. Then after a long time they release a firmware fix that fixes nothing. I owned Canon and Olympus cameras and they never let me down. The day they do I will stop buying their products. I don´t owe loyalty to any corporation and like they say, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice...

Link | Posted on Mar 10, 2012 at 10:02 UTC
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sgnirts: I'm glad to hear Fuji is taking this "orb/bloom" issue and the X10 customers seriously. At $599 the camera has to deliver across the board as a universal solid photographic tool, at least within reason. The bloom problem is too glaring an error in design to support the price point, which is a shame given the unique style, construction and potential of the X10. The X10 should have been a defining moment for Fuji that cements brand loyalty for decades like the f30/31 did, it's possibly too late for that, but I believe a true winning fix would save them face and many thousands of informed customers. GO FUJI, show us that you are truly serious about staying viable in the camera market.

Fuji is taking it seriously now because they probably realized that in the age of internet they can´t sell defective products without taking serious damage to their reputation. But by now it is too late, we all saw how they treated their customers. Apparently only when they realized that this mess wasn´t going away by ignoring their customers did they decide to do something. From now on I won´t touch a Fuji camera with a barge pole and I am sure many others feel the same.

Link | Posted on Mar 7, 2012 at 10:00 UTC

Appears?

Link | Posted on Feb 18, 2012 at 12:31 UTC as 145th comment

Fuji lost it´s marbles...

Link | Posted on Feb 3, 2012 at 14:07 UTC as 84th comment
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