Summary: If you are after a bridge camera, the HS10 should be on your shortlist. The viewfinder is its only real failure and no camera in this class has perfected it. If this was solved, and the sensor enlarged to APS-C size, buying a budget DSLR would seem wasteful, but the HS10 is an affordable alternative
Excerpt: The Fuji Finepix HS10 has a multitude of features including a 30x wide angle lens. It also has a number of manual controls. At the time of the review this is the longest lens available on a compact digital camera. As well as the long lens Fuji has equipped the Finepix HS10 with a number of features that will appeal to the photo enthusiast.
Pros: Picture quality - twisting lens barrel for zooming - features - handling - movie mode
Conclusion: Okay, though the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 looks like a DSLR, it's not a DSLR. Whilst this means images aren't quite as pin sharp as an interchangeable lens alternative, non professionals will well be able to live with that in exchange for a much broader range of creative possibilities than the pocket camera they may be upgrading from.
Pros: Chunky, robust build quality, comprehensive "DSLR lite" feature set with plenty of manual options, dedicated controls and buttons, including manual focus and zoom rings, angle-adjustable LCD, eye sensor operated EVF, attractive images with good colour reproduction
Cons: The added weight and bulk over competing rivals, plus the fact that for the price an entry level DSLR might suit you better if a huge zoom range isn't an overriding requirement
Summary: Сравниваем два фотоаппарата, обладающих широчайшим диапазоном зума – 30х (24-720 экв.мм) у Fujifilm FinePix HS10, и 26х (26-676 экв.мм) в случае Nikon Coolpix P100. В обоих аппаратах используется 10-мегапиксельная матрица с обратной подсветкой, позволяющая вести серийную съемку при 10 кадрах в секунду, а также Full HD 1080p и скоростную видеосъемку. Оба аппарата функционально насыщенны, имеют экспорежимы PASM, множество настроек и интересных функций.