Summary: i searched for the right camera for almost 3wks reading review, after review, after review.. i reviewed both the d-slr's, the performance (bridge) cameras, And the point and shoot camera's.. i studied about megapixels, that the higher the megapixel doesn't always mean better image quality..
Summary: I haven't had the camera for very long, but I've taken about 200 photos with it and I have to say that I'm really impressed with the image quality. I would recommend this camera to anyone looking for a good "bridge" camera. I just hope it lasts as I'm getting tired of returning things on Amazon!
Summary: I bought this camera for my daughter, who has been taking a photo class at her high school. This camera was suggested by he teacher. She using it daily. She takes it everywhere. She is enjoying it. Good buy. The camera does not come with a carry case.
Summary: I have used Fuji bridge cameras over the past five years and have always found them reliable and great fun to use. The HS10 is no exception. Although it's RRP is quite high, you can shop around and get really great deals.
Summary: I was deciding between the Fuji HS10 & Panasonic FZ100. They are both top superzoom cameras. I liked the fact that the HS10 used AA batteries. I also liked the manual zoom ring on the HS10. I had heard good things about both cameras. So after a ton of reserch I decided on the HS10.
Summary: The instruction manual leaves a lot to be desired. Jpegs are superb. RAW images show considerable distortion if you process them in anything other than the RAW File Converter application that is supposed to be supplied on the CD that comes with the camera, but wasn't.
Summary: I've been using the camera for about a month now. As long as you are not expecting DSLR image quality or performance this camera is a good value. If you are the type who keeps the camera on "auto" all the time you won't get the best image quality.
Summary: I've seen reviewers call this camera a mini-DSLR - it's not. It's a fixed-lens bridge camera with a small image sensor and a simply massive 30x OPTICAL zoom, period - there's no mirror to get out of the way as a DSLR would have nor interchangeable lenses.
Summary: I've been waiting for this camera ever since I found out about it a month ago and flew down to the camera shop as soon as they told me it had arrived. I had read all the specs and seen the pics of the camera, and wanted to find out if it was all style and no substance, or if there really was a heart...