Fujifilm Finepix X10 Digital Camera: Product Reviews: Adorama Photography TV

Thanks! Share it with your friends!



John Xyrus Wayne Aquino says:

What tripod can I buy on this Fuji X10? Any suggestion?

Sunrazor says:

The directional button with the rotary around it really sucks. It's fiddly and doesn't match the rest of the quality feel (imo). Review was interesting.

dslaviero81 says:

In Mark Wallace we trust

MoviePosterDude says:

i was just about to say the same thing! Haha, thought I was going crazy

davidenespana says:

ALL non-TTL optical viewfinders are inaccurate. Only TTL viewfinders (electronic or optical) are accurate.

barba rossa says:

dont forget to mention it is black.

barba rossa says:

damn you are loud,your voice hurts teeth

tintoy0208 says:

Thanks for the review! I am now convinced to get this before I go on a vacation 😀

bumpinace says:

"It does all kind of things!"
Oh Really??

Randolph Reyes says:

Very informative presentation. 🙂

Now I am really convince to buy this camera.


Good job with the review; liked watching your CreativeLive workshop as well!

Jim Egerton says:

You made up my mind. After researching every confounded mirrorless camera out there I gonna get this one as my walk around street camera. Thanks, Mark

mcatuara1 says:

I agree.

Jeremy D says:

Nice job. So many guys just seem like they're reading the spec sheet and haven't shot the camera extensively, but you pointed out the high AND low points. It's a shame about the viewfinder; there's not much point it shaping it like a Leica M if one can't use the viewfinder. May as well be brick-shaped, just like the rest of them. 😉

dukeHenry says:

Please answer me Sir Mark 🙂
So do you recommend this for street photography?

please thanks

Roy says:

Why is it that every time someone refers to a lens as being "4 ex", it makes me feel like they're reading a spec sheet verbatim without understanding the underlying concepts? It's akin to mentioning a "2-slash-3 double-quote sensor" or an "8-on-its-side maximum focus distance".

mcatuara1 says:

I can get a D5000 for that price…($600)

The Time Lapse Factory says:

It would be a perfect pocket camera if the optical viewfinder were accurate or near to it… WHY THEY DO DO A FULL JOB?

Ikaika Arnado says:

I disagree that the viewfinder is worthless. You have to adjust for the parallax, which is the issue for every rangefinder type camera. Once you figure it out it is simple.

Joshua K says:

That EXR mode is really neat. If it was a little cheaper I might get one but I am still learning my DSLR at this point.

Pavlin Todorov says:

Nice review, Mark!

Lysander Spooner says:

Mark says its "awesome", so it is!

Michael Montalto says:

Not shooting through the view finder would bother me. Man, can Fuji ever make a camera that doesn't have SOME major flaw in it? The x100 has focus problems and the x10 has a nearly unusable viewfinder. How is this stuff missed during quality control? -mM

Shaun Daskam says:

@dombowerphoto Hey its Dom! I just watched your vid on the Samyang 85mm f1.4! thats a terrific lens for the price. Cheers!

essellar says:

@bedbugtrippin To be fair, though, the Leica viewfinder has the same parallax problem and doesn't zoom (the frame lines change size when you switch lenses, and their movement only tells you where the subject will appear — not how it will relate to the background). It's not hard to get used to a non-TTL finder and make accurate framing decisions — it's just very different from the SLR experience.

WylunCustoms says:

man that looks like a beast of a point and shoot.. i must have

80M83R says:

@3107210748 He mentions the price twice.

pcfreak1992 says:

@3107210748 0:17 he says "retails for 600 dollars"

Andres De Moya says:

What about the price?

FutilitiesMore says:

This will be my next camera! I saw some pictures and it is incredibly sharp even by night without a tripod.

Write a comment


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.