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The Fujifilm FinePix X10 is a high-end digital bridge camera with a large sensor and an innovative design. This retro-styled model has a 12Mp EXR-CMOS sensor. It's much cheaper than its sister model the X100, but then the X10 doesn't include the hybrid viewfinder of the X100. We've put this camera through our tests to see it can challenge larger camera systems.
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Fujifilm FinePix X10

  • Launch date: Oct 2011
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Specification
Test Date 1 February 2012
Maximum wide angle (mm) 28
Viewfinder Optical
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