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Fujifilm Finepix HS10 by EasyCom Fujifilm Finepix HS10 by EasyCom
My new Fujifilm Finepix HS10 Hybrid Camera :D (Pic taken with an HTC Wildfire)

Number of effective pixels10.3 million pixels
CCD sensor1/2.3-inch BSI-CMOS
Storage mediaInternal memory (Approx. 45MB). SD memory card. SDHC memory card*2
File formatStill image: JPEG (Exif Ver. 2.2 *3), RAW (RAF format), RAW+JPEG. Movie: MPEG4(MOV, H.264/AVC, ISO standard) with stereo sound. Audio: WAVE format, Monaural sound
LensFujinon 30x optical zoom lens, F2.8 (Wide) - F5.6 (Telephoto)
Lens focal lengthf=4.2 - 126.0mm, equivalent to 24 - 720mm on a 35mm camera
FocusAuto focus (Area, Multi, Center, Tracking), Continuous AF, Manual focus (One-push AF mode included), AF assist illuminator available
Focus distanceNormal: Wide: Approx. 50cm / 1.6ft. to infinity Telephoto: Approx. 5.0m / 16.4ft. to infinity Macro: Wide: Approx. 10cm - 3.0m / 0.3ft. - 9.8ft. Telephoto: Approx. 2.0m - 5.0m / 6.5ft. - 16.4ft. Super Macro: Approx. 1cm - 1.0m / 0.4in. - 3.2ft.
Shutter speed(Auto mode) 1/4sec. to 1/4000sec. (All other modes) 4sec. to 1/4000sec.
ApertureWide: F2.8 / F11.0, Telephoto: F5.6 / F11.0
SensitivityAuto / Equivalent to ISO 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 (Standard Output Sensitivity) Number of recorded pixels: ISO6400: "M" or "S" only
Exposure modesProgrammed AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual
White balanceAutomatic scene recognition Preset: Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light, Custom
LCD Monitor3.0-inch, Approx. 230,000 dots, color LCD monitor, Approx. 97% coverage
Self-timerApprox. 10sec. / 2sec. delay
Video OutputHDMI (Type C) NTSC/PAL selectable
Digital InterfaceUSB 2.0 High-speed
Power sourceLithium batteries (sold separately), Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (sold separately), 4x AA type alkaline batteries (included). DC Coupler CP-04 with AC power adapter AC-5VX (sold separately)
Dimensions130.6 (W) x 90.7 (H) x 126.0 (D) mm / 5.1 (W) x 3.6 (H) x 5.0 (D) in. (excluding accessories and attachments)
WeightApprox. 636g / 22.4oz. (excluding accessories, battery and memory card)
Digital ZoomApprox. 2.0x
Shooting modesHigh Speed Movieļ¼ˆ60/120/240/480/1000fps), SR AUTO (Scene Recognition Auto), Motion Panorama, Best Framing, Frame No. memory, Histograms, Zoom Bracketing, Best frame capture, Face Detection (with Auto red-eye removal), Pro Low-light, Motion Remover, Multi Motion Capture, Silent mode
Movie recording1,920 x 1,080 pixels (Full HD) / 1,280 x 720 pixels (HD) / 640 x 480 pixels / 320 x 240 pixels (30 frames/sec.) with stereo sound
PlaybackFace Detection (with Red-eye removal), Crop, Resize, Image rotate, Slideshow, Multi-frame playback (with Micro Thumbnail), Sorting by date, Voice Memo, Image search, Histograms, Highlight warning, Movie trimming, Movie join

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ceexl Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012
thank you for the advice:))
ceexl Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012
Is this camera realy good? {I want to buy it;/)
EasyCom Featured By Owner Feb 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, since you're still thinking about buying it, I say you go for the HS-20 EXR which is a slightly newer version of the HS-10. Both good cameras. I had the opportunity to work with both, but given the small price difference between the two, I say you go for the HS-20. No matter which one you'll choose, you are going to get a good camera, probably the best hybrid out there at the moment. As it is with any camera, it takes some time to get used to it and get to those really great pictures all the time without too much fuss or menu-browsing. One thing I do have to mention to you and everyone else who reads this comment, is that nor the HS10, HS20 or any hybrid (bridge) camera will be a substitute for a DSLR. Yes, it does take great pictures, but you will rarely get the same result as you'd get from a DSLR. They are called bridge cameras for a good reason, they are a bridge (aesthetically and technologically) between compact and DSLR cameras. However, it is probably the best camera you can get at this point that really makes a logical transition towards DSLRs. You practice enough on such an HS10 or 20 and in 2-3 years you're a great candidate for a serious DSLR (NOT entry level).
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Submitted on
March 23, 2011
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Camera Data

HTC Wildfire
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Mar 23, 2011, 2:42:04 PM