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Fujifilm X-S10 Compact System Camera, 4K Ultra HD, 26.1MP, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, OLED EVF, Body Only, Black - £759.20 @ John Lewis

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Accessories included
Li-ion battery NP-W126S, USB cable, Headphone adapter, Shoulder strap, Body cap, Owner's manual
Autofocus
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YES
Battery compatibility
Camera
Battery size & number
Li-ion battery NP-W126S
Battery life
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Approx. 325 shots
Brand
Fujifilm
Built in flash
YES
Camera type
Compact System, Mirrorless
Connections
USB Type-C (USB3.2 Gen1 x 1), HDMI micro connector (Type D), 3.5mm stereo mini connector (for Microphone and Remote Release), Hot shoe
Connectivity type
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Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Continuous shooting speed
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30 frames per second
Dimensions
H8.51 x W12.6 x D6.54cm
Direct printing
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YES
Display
1.04m Dot Touch Screen Colour LCD Monitor (approx. 100% coverage)
Face detection
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Yes
File formats
Stills: JPEG: Exif Ver.2.3. RAW: 14bit RAW (RAF original format). Movies: MOV (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, HEVC/H.265, Audio: Linear PCM / Stereo sound 24bit / 48KHz sampling) MP4 (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, Audio: AAC)
Gps
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NO
Hard drive
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NO
Image megapixels
26.1MP
Image stabilisation
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YES
Lens aperture
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N/A
Lens details
N/A
Lens mount
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Fujifilm X
Lens size
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N/A
Lens type (lhn)
Zoom
Macro
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N/A
Manufacturer part number (mpn)
16670041
Maximum iso rating
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51200
Memory card (included)
Memory Card Not Included
Memory card type
SD, SDHC, SDXC, UHS-I
Model name / number
X-S10
Nfc payment enabled
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No NFC Payment method
Picture or video resolution
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4K Ultra HD
Power supply
Rechargeable Battery
Range
X Series
Red-eye reduction
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Yes
Screen size
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3"
Self timer included
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Yes
Sensor size
23.5 x 15.6mm
Sensor type
X-Trans CMOS 4 with primary colour filter
Shooting modes
P (Program AE) / A (Aperture Priority AE) / S (Shutter Speed Priority AE) / M (Manual Exposure)
Shutter speeds
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Mechanical Shutter: P mode: 4sec. to 1/4000sec. A mode: 30sec. to 1/4000sec. Electronic Shutter: P mode: 4sec. to 1/32000sec. A mode: 30sec. to 1/32000sec
Smile detection
NO
Sweep panorama
NO
Touch screen
Touch Screen Enabled
Tripod thread
YES
Video resolution
4K 3840 x 2160p, DCI 4K 4096 x 2160p
Viewfinder
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0.39" approx. 2.36 millions dots OLED Colour Viewfinder
Vision features
Portable, Touch Screen
Waterproof
NO
Weight
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Approx. 465g (including battery and SD memory card). Approx. 415g (excluding battery and SD memory card)
Wi-fi enabled
YES
Zoom (digital)
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N/A
Zoom (optical)
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N/A

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    This or Sony Alpha ZV-E10, I'm newbie in cameras but I do want one to make photography of my model kits. I do not own any lenses.
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    I have been using Fujifilm, since the release of the the X-E1, right through to the GFX100s currently. For the most part Fujifilm cameras are very good. Their lens lineup for APS-C is pretty much unmatched and you can get some decent 3rd partly lenses for the camera. The X-S10 is certainly a beginner camera but a very good camera for the price.

    The only real downside is the AF, which, whilst not bad, isn't really up there with the best Sony cameras. Ergonomically, I find Fujifilm far superior to Sony.

    As for the lenses to buy for the camera debate going on in this thread. A lot is down to the kinds of photography you want to do. Zoom lenses are generally more convenient and give you more options but prime lenses allow for a more open aperture (which lets more light in and give more foreground-background blur), which can be very useful.

    As a rule of thumb. Wide lenses, for example, a 16mm lens are more used for landscape shots, whilst longer lenses 56mm or 90mm would be used for portraiture. Though this is just a guide not an absolute and there are a lot of factors which can change how you will use a focal lengh.

    It should also be mentioned that focal lengths are always measured to 35mm, whilst this is a APS-C camera which generally has a 1.5 x crop (Canon has a 1.6 x crop). With a 1.5 x crop a 50mm, would generally be used as a 75mm lens.

    I have been using Fujifilm, since the release of the the X-E1, right through to the GFX100s currently. For the most part Fujifilm cameras are very good. Their lens lineup for APS-C is pretty much unmatched and you can get some decent 3rd partly lenses for the camera. The X-S10 is certainly a beginner camera but a very good camera for the price.

    The only real downside is the AF, which, whilst not bad, isn't really up there with the best Sony cameras. Ergonomically, I find Fujifilm far superior to Sony.

    As for the lenses to buy for the camera debate going on in this thread. A lot is down to the kinds of photography you want to do. Zoom lenses are generally more convenient and give you more options but prime lenses allow for a more open aperture (which lets more light in and give more foreground-background blur), which can be very useful.

    As a rule of thumb. Wide lenses, for example, a 16mm lens are more used for landscape shots, whilst longer lenses 56mm or 90mm would be used for portraiture. Though this is just a guide not an absolute and there are a lot of factors which can change how you will use a focal lengh.

    It should also be mentioned that focal lengths are always measured to 35mm, whilst this is a APS-C camera which generally has a 1.5 x crop (Canon has a 1.6 x crop). With a 1.5 x crop a 50mm, would generally be used as a 75mm lens. (edited)
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    Scorching hot 🥵
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    This is an amazing deal. Bought for 1000 just a few months ago.
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    I've got a xt30 and just find the auto focus a bit poor for taking filly photos of running around kids, not sure whether I should ditch Fuji for Sony or upgrade
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    Top AF means Sony, not their bulky pricey A7 FFs, nor ZVs for photos, make do till summer ends & their new fx30 price should drop a few hundred (edited)
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    This camera is brilliant, had mine a couple of years now. Bear in mind you'll need a decent budget for lenses to go with the body, especially if you want autofocus lenses.
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    Great camera at a great price.
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    I would like a professional camera like this but don't know where to start. I already do drone photography on a DJI Drone.

    With a budget of up to £2000, is there any you guys can recommend or maybe an article that explains the pros and cons of the different models?
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    Amazing deal
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    I really like Fujifilm cameras and have owned 4 over the last 20 years. I shoot jpegs and raw normally but I could probably just as happily only shoot jpegs as the quality is so good straight out of their compact system cameras anyway.

    It's a tempting price for the tech the X-S10 contains. It would have been good to have weather sealing but you can't have everything at this price point. The only reason I'm not biting is because I prefer to spend this sort of money on a couple of prime lenses to complement the two fujinon X mount zoom lenses I already own.
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