Very nicely designed body.
Smooth, silent manual zoom.
Bright optical viewfinder.
Very bright lens, especially for a zoom.
Above average high ISO performance for a compact camera.
Improved dynamic range with EXR.
Good video quality.
Solid build quality.
Much improved menu system over X100.
The kind of camera you grow to like more over time.
Versatile wide-aperture zoom lens.
The white disc problem.
Demosaicing artifacts more common than other cameras.
Slightly soft corners at telephoto.
Anamorphic distortion at wide-angle.
Overly complex electronic options.
Unusual white disc/orb problem makes photos look awkward.
Some "jaggies" in photos.
EXR sensor's most useful features require drop in resolution.
So-so low-light performance.
LCD could be sharper.
RAW shooting speeds are pretty slow.
Continuous AF in lowlight not quite up to par when shooting videos.
LCD could be higher resolution.
A bit too much image processing at higher ISOs.
Below average battery life.
Rear physical button interface is slightly messy.
By The Imaging Resource on June 17, 2012
Fujifilm has acknowledged that the white disc problem is a serious flaw. Although it's something that really should have been caught and corrected before the camera went into production, Fuji has shown commitment to resolving the problem, taking the...-
By Steves Digicams on June 12, 2012
For 2012, Fujifilm has expanded their powerful X series of cameras with various new models. One of which is the FinePix X10. This unit builds off of the foundations laid by the awesome FinePix X100, with various changes and upgrades. The most notable...-
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
At the end of this analysis we think we can all agree that the Fujifilm FinePix X10 is a camera that's not to be...-
By Buy-n-Shoot on May 23, 2012
Fuji have added a very attractive option to the pointy end of the compact market. The X10 is a premium camera and this is evidenced by all of the little extras like a viewfinder, manual mode, RAW file capabilities and even right down to touches like...80
By Expert Reviews on March 10, 2012
Its videos are disappointing, but this stylish camera is a delight to use and takes exceptional photos – a class act...100
By The Digital Camera Resource Page on February 16, 2012
Conclusion The Fujifilm X10 is a very well designed premium compact camera. It's generally a joy to use, and it's retro-style body will certainly turn some heads. That said, it has a lengthy list of flaws; some are minor annoyances, while others...-
By DPexpert on February 09, 2012
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By Photo Answers on February 07, 2012
Fujifilm, which traditionally concentrates on the more affordable end of the market, released the Fujifilm X10, a prestige compact designed to look like the rangefinder cameras of old. ...80
By Tech2 on February 04, 2012
The Fujifilm X10 is available in India at a street price of Rs. 39,999. This is by far one of the best point and shoot camera available in the market today. There have been no other point and shoot cameras in the recent past reviewed by us that offer...75
By Photo Answers on February 01, 2012
Attracted by its retro styling and EXR sensor, we give Fujifilms latest prestige compact, the X10, a...80