Fujifilm is introducing a new camera to its X series, the compact FinePix X10. The X10 is equipped with a bright f/2 Zoom with manual control on the barrel, providing 28mm to 112mm optical zoom. A 2/3″ image sensor, believed to have been developed in-house by Fujifilm, delivers impressive image quality, while a slightly larger photo sensor than the 1/1.8″ found in other high-end cameras gives the X10 an edge on image quality in low light. Retail is set at $599, with the camera expect to ship in November. Hit the jump to view the full list of specs.
Release Date: November 2011
- 12Mp EXR CMOS 2/3″, ISO 100-3200, 12800 at 3Mp
- 28-112mm f2,0-2,8 lens, 11 elements in 9 groups, 3 aspherical 2 ED. Lens stabilization moving 5 of the elements
- Optical viewfinder coupled with the zoom, 3 glass elements and 2 glass prisms
- 10 fps at 6Mp, 7fps at 12Mp
- Shutter speeds 30 sec to 1/4000, at open apertures the same limitation for shutter speeds as x100 applies
- all EXR modes, film simulations, and 2 custom modes
- LCD 2,8″ 460k, life histogram, focus and dof scale
- Full HD, H.264
- zoom ring acts as an on/off switch
- flash hot shoe – fuji ttl as x100.
- leather case and lens hood available and sold seperately
- NP-50 battery
- dimensions 117/70/57 mm – W/H/D