Summary: This is one of the most impressive ultra-compact cameras. Indeed, its image quality and noise-levels are unmatched by any other ultra-compact camera. It is also one of the only non-SLR cameras with ISO settings up to 1600.
Pros: Highest image quality among ultra-compacts, Superb resolution and sharpness, Low noise even at high ISO, Nice saturated color, Spectacular battery-life, Very fast and responsive, Good flash for ultra-compact
Cons: LCD can be difficult to see in very bright light, No optical viewfinder, Continuous mode either limited to 3 shots or to 1 FPS, Poorly designed menu system, Too few external controls
Excerpt: The FinePix F10 has a metal body and a design which makes it not very slim but quite compact. The controls are well placed and it is easy to use. Other features: Calendar view, Voice memos, DPOF, Autofocus Illuminator, PictBridge and USB connectivity.
Conclusion: Fujifilm FinePix F10 - No-nonsense digital camera The results achieve by the Fujifilm FinePix F10 really appealed to me. True-to-nature colour rendition and bright images containing detail. In short, the camera lives up to its expectations.
Conclusion: It may not look it, but the FinePix F10 is something of a revolution, and is probably the first time a compact camera has really shown the potential offered by Super CCD for high resolution, high sensitivity and low noise.
Pros: Excellent resolution, Bright, but natural colors, Class-leading battery life, Low noise, Usable ISO 1600 setting (and pretty accurate ISO ratings too!), Clean, sharp results, Fast start-up and operation, very low shutter lag, Superb build and handling, Good flash performance, Good movie mode, Fas...
Cons: No real manual controls, limited scene modes, Slightly high contrast - cannot be changed in-camera, Some commonly-used functions buried in menus, Menu system fiddly, 3-shot limit in continuous mode, Screen can be hard to see in very bright light, Screen resolution should be higher, No optical vie...
Conclusion: The Fuji F10 is a very good camera and most photographers will be very happy with it. I had a ton of fun using it to capture my first week with my puppy, Max. He doesn't pose for the camera so I didn't have time to get artsy. The FinePix F10 was a great P&S digital camera under pressure.
Pros: Lightweight and compact, Natural-light mode for low-light shooting, High sensitivity ISO 1600, Extraordinarily long battery life, Anti-blur technology, Fast start-up
Cons: No aperture or shutter-speed control, No optical viewfinder, Poor low light auto focus, Lower resolution than competitive compact digital cameras
Summary: The FinePix F10, incorporates a 6.3 MegaPixel Super CCD HR sensor with Fujifilm's new Real Photo Technology for improved picture taking in low light situations, more efficient power consumption and faster overall operation.
Conclusion: With a “go” price of under $350 (not counting the current $30 rebate from FujiFilm), this camera is a great buy for anyone looking for an easy-to-use digicam that delivers excellent quality and response. The Natural Light feature is terrific, letting you take very nice available light shots.
Pros: Beautiful photos, fast response, excellent point-and-shoot camera, terrific battery life
Summary: The Fujifilm FinePix F10 Zoom has set
new standards in the evolution of digital cameras.
Fujifilm's new 5th Generation SuperCCD HR image
sensor, Real Photo Technology processing and Fujinon
lens work together in the Fujifilm F10 to produce
excellent picture quality with exceptional low
noise at high...
Excerpt: The FinePix F10 ($399) is a bit of a departure for Fuji. While it uses the SuperCCD HR sensor like many other Fuji cameras of late, it does different things with the extra data collected by the sensor.
Pros: Excellent photo quality, Great high ISO performance for a non-SLR camera, Large 2.5" LCD display; visible in bright outdoor light and dim indoor light, Robust performance (save for continuous shooting mode), Fairly compact metal body, Powerful flash, AF-assist lamp, Excellent movie mode, Awesome ...
Cons: Above average purple fringing; some photos were overexposed (easy to fix though), Redeye, Terminal adapter required for using I/O ports, No optical viewfinder, Unimpressive continuous shooting modes, Needs more manual controls, Flimsy plastic door over battery/memory card compartment, Tiny memory...