Fuji DX-10 Reviews
Product Type: Fuji digital cameras
Newest Review: ... The software that comes with it isn't very good but there are lots of cheap/free image-editing software packages out ... more
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Customer Fuji DX-10 Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/04/01, updated on 20/04/01 (Somewhat useful, 129 readings)
I got my DX-10 as part of a package with my PC and was very impressed at first. Picture quality is good for a budget camera. The software that comes with it isn't very good but there are lots of cheap/free image-editing software packages out there. The main advantage of a digi camera is being able to view shots you have just taken and if necessary delete then re-take them, which brings me to my main problem with this camera. The LCD screen eats batteries for fun. Sure you can get a mains adapter (from fuji of course), but what use is a camera thats stuck to a wire! The camera quality and picture quality are good but let down badly by the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/01, updated on 16/02/01
The Fuji DX-10 is a budget camera costing a mere £199 compared to other cameras costing a whooping £800. The camera is easy to hold and slightly larger than a packet of cigarettes. Its shape does not encourage you to get your fingers in the way of either the lens or the flash. How does it work? ***************** The DX-10 uses a wheel with icons to select different kinds of modes. It has an LCD panel that displays the setup menu. It also has a digital viewfinder and an optical viewfinder for taking sharper pictures. The quality of the images are good especially colours and landscapes. Pictures are stored on a 2Mb Smart Card that can handle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/00, updated on 27/10/00
I have of late been witness to some very malicious bullying going on under this dooyoo malarky . One of their 'Guru's' no less , plus girlfriend have been stalking the opinions of a very dear friend of mine (who is an extremely NICE person ) and taking it in turns to slate her opinions and thereby lower her ratings . These two little egotists of course only ever get 'very usefuls' themselves and by the ream . Well I am past being impressed by clones that masquerade as human beings and I am extremely unimpressed by little bullies that direct attacks against people who they just don't like the look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/00, updated on 01/07/00 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I purchased the DX-10 back in August, and it cost £210.00 at the time, complete with a 2MB smart-media card. Within a few months of purchase the PC transfer cable bit the dust, so I bought a floppy disk adapter instead. This is still going strong, and actually makes life much easier as there is now no need to mess around with cables at the back of the PC. As for the actual camera, after close to a year of family parties, school plays and holidays, it looks as good and functions just as well as it did the day I bought it. And it does do the job too. The picture quality is outstanding, even in comparison to some cameras I've seen in a ... Read the complete review
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