Fujifilm X10 Specs Out; Comes with an Extra-Large EXR Sensor

September 1, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

All you Fuji fans out there must have had your fill of the X100 that had come to your midst some time ago. Fujifilm has now officially revealed their new camera model X10, which is an updated version of the X100. The compact digital camera comes with a trim and refined black design, a manual barrel zoom lens and a traditional optical viewfinder.

The high-end digital cam sports a 2/3-inch 12 megapixel EXR CMOS sensor, which helps to take fast, bright, sharp images in all shooting conditions.

Using the EXR processor, you can continuously shoot up to 7 frames per second for L size and 10 frames per second at the reduced resolution for M size. It captures full 360-degree panoramas by sweep motion.

The bright, high-definition Fujinon 4X manual zoom lens with a super Electron Beam Coating (EBC) will capture images with first-class quality from edge to edge.

The camera produces beautiful, high contrast images by putting to play a combination of wide-angle maximum aperture of  F2.0 and a maximum telephoto aperture of F2.8. Using the 4X manual zoom lens ring, you can click pictures with a fast start (less than one second), as it also acts as the on/off power switch.

The camera’s lightweight body is made of ultra-strong, die-cast magnesium alloy. The control knobs and dials in the upper deck help in setting the camera.

With the newly developed Optical Image Stabilization, the user can take images while in motion without blur by maximizing sensor performance.

The snapper also boasts smart features such as four varying bracketing functions, RAW shooting and processing, 1080p HD recording and much more.

The compact digital cam is expected to reach the markets this November. No details have been let out with regard to pricing, but we tend to think it will cost less than the X100. Tell us your take on the new X10.

In the meanwhile, hit play below to watch the camera in action.

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