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From in­ter­net apps to old- world ap­peal, dig­i­tal cam­eras are branch­ing out, writes Jen­nifer Dud­ley- Ni­chol­son

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - Tech -

Fu­ji­film rev­o­lu­tionised its line- up with the old- school X100 cam­era. With the X10, it makes that rev­o­lu­tion more ac­ces­si­ble. The X10 re­tains the slightly bulky ap­pear­ance and tex­tured fa­cade, ded­i­cated ex­po­sure dial and the way you turn it on ( a twist of its lens). This X Se­ries of­fer­ing does away with a fixed lens, how­ever, and lets users close in on sub­jects with a 28- 112mm ( 4X) zoom. Its op­ti­cal viewfinder au­to­mat­i­cally ad­justs per­spec­tive when the zoom is em­ployed, though it doesn’t fea­ture the LED screen ex­tras of its hy­brid elec­tronic pre­de­ces­sor. This 12- megapixel cam­era also of­fers an aper­ture as low as f2.0, a 2.8- inch screen, full high­def­i­ni­tion video record­ing and a snappy re­ac­tion speed.

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