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Saturday, Jul 22, 2006

Fujifilm FinePix V10 Review - Macworld

The most striking feature of the compact Fujifilm FinePix V10 digicam is its 3-inch LCD. It’s handy for framing shots and makes viewing images a pleasure. The V10 starts up quickly (in less than a second), and shutter lag was generally minimal in testing.

The V10’s features are simple, with an assortment of six basic—but effective—scene modes. In one unique mode, Natural Light and With Flash, the camera takes two shots in quick succession: one without a flash and the other with a flash. This could be helpful for people who are uncertain about whether or not to use a flash in a tricky lighting situation.

The Fujifilm FinePix V10, shows good exposure accuracy but subpar sharpness and noise at high ISOs. Its big LCD and high ISO settings are nice, but battery life is limited and image quality is average.

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