A 30x zoom range, DSLR-style handling, tilting LCD screen, a clever tourist-removing mode and a sub-£400 price tag make the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 an interesting proposition

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Fujifilm Finepix HS10

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Fujifilm Finepix HS10 review

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£375.00

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Fujifilm FinePix HS10 at a glance:

  • 10.3 million effective pixels
  • 24-720mm (equivalent) fixed lens
  • EVF and 3in tilting LCD
  • Full HD (1080p) movie recording
  • Street price around £375

Looking at the specification of the Fujifilm FinePix HS10, it’s easy to see the attraction of a bridge camera. With a huge zoom range that effectively spans 24-720mm (30x), its fixed Fujinon lens is only really restrictive for true wideangle lovers, and there are two forms of image stabilisation (sensor shift and digital stabilisation) to help ensure images at the longest end are blur-free.

There are also a couple of useful features such as Motion Panorama mode for creating one-shot sweeping panoramic images and the unique Motion Remover option that is designed to remove moving objects, such as tourists, from photographs.

While novice photographers may appreciate owning a relatively advanced camera that has the comfort of a fixed lens, more experienced users will like the DSLR-style handling, the ability to save images as raw or JPEG files and the fact that it costs less than £400.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Build and handling
  3. 3. Resolution, noise and sensitivity
  4. 4. Our verdict
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  • Kelvin Curtis

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    Please can you assist, I have many pre digital camera’s that I want to sell, but one lens I have I want to Keep, this is a olympus 100-200mm zuiko auto-zoom.

    My question is would this lens fit a new Olympus digital camera, as to me this lens is to good to part with.

    I can only look forward to your reply

  • MAFAv8r

    I am interested in what you have to say now that DxO have given the the Dynamic range at above 12

  • Sanford

    You really shouldn’t have your ads covering up part of your content with no way close them. What the hell are you thinking?