Fujifilm FinePix V10 Reviews

Fujifilm FinePix V10 Reviews Steves Digicams has posted a Fujifilm FinePix V10 review and write: “While I have not been a great fan of super-sized LCD’s when they’ve come at the expense of optical viewfinders, the V10’s 3-inch display is more than just another “size matters” marketing statement; Fuji has exploited its presence with improved features – a 30-thumbnail display, zoomed instant review, Post Shot Assist Window and “Natural Light & With Flash”. The camera’s 5-megapixel images are very good, and its 3.4x zoom more versatile than its competitors. Add to that usable sensitivity settings of ISO 800 and 1600, and Fuji has created a high-quality point-n-shoot that tackles a variety of shooting situations with ease. If you’re in the market for an easy to use compact camera and like large LCD’s, the Fuji V10 should be high on your list.”

Popular Photography Magazine has posted a Fujifilm Finepix V10 review where after using the digital camera they write: “Fujifilm, which is still a major player in the film and slide industry, touts the “Real Picture Technology” it employs for in-camera processing. Playing off the strength of Fujifilm slide emulsions, there is a vivid capture setting called “F-Chrome,” which boosts contrast and colour saturation. I took the camera into Times Square at noon to push the F-Chrome and Real Picture Technology to see how it would do in a challenging real-world situation of bright sun, harsh shadows and a hazy sky. The colours came out crisp in both sunlight and shade, and there are few blown highlights or lost shadows anywhere in the image, except for the hazy sky in the background.”

CNET has published a Fujifilm FinePix V10 review where they write: “A first-class 3-inch LCD, good high-ISO photo quality, and some useful, quirky features separate the ultra-compact Fujifilm FinePix V10 from the pack, a lure for snap-shooters who want a camera with its own personality. However, its 5-megapixel photos don’t rise above the crowd, it lacks manual exposure and focus adjustments, and the minuscule controls will frustrate all but the most dainty-fingered photographers.”

DCRP has reviewed the Fuji FinePix V10 and write: “Photo quality was a mixed bag: it really depends on the situation. In normal outdoor shooting, the V10 took very nice photos, with accurate colour, good exposure, and pleasing sharpness. In lower light levels the camera will want to crank up the ISO, and if it gets above ISO 400 then things start looking more like Monet paintings than photographs. The Fuji FinePix V10 doesn’t perform as well as the now legendary F10 in this area, and some other cameras like the Sony DSC-W50 wipe the floor with it. Redeye was also a big problem, and if you shoot under unusual lighting you might want to find a camera with manual white balance instead. In conclusion, the FinePix V10 is best suited for folks who will be doing most of their shooting outdoors or in good light. The V10 doesn’t have the great high sensitivity performance of the FinePix F10, and doesn’t match its excellent low light capabilities. It’s not the best camera in its class, but the FinePix V10 is certainly worth a look.”

Pocket Lint has reviewed the Fujifilm Finepix V10, they gave it 9 out of 10 and write: “The FinePix V10 offers a stylish and well-made compact digital camera to the masses with superb noise control and even better image quality. Issues surrounding the compromised controls (due to the gaming functions) may be minor to some, more worrying to others, but at least they’re confined to the non-shooting controls. In short, if superb image quality in a lightweight pocketable package is where you’re at, the V10 is where you should be.”

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