Features & Controls

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The XP10 features a Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens that is built entirely inside the camera. Its 35mm equivalent is 36-180mm (F4.0-F4.8), which provides a better telephoto end than wide end. There is nothing to cover the outside of the lens when the camera is off, so be careful not to scratch the lens. 

Focus Range:
Normal: 2.0ft. - Infinity (W), 3.3ft. - Infinity (T)
Macro:  3.5in. - 2.6ft. (W), 3.3ft. - 9.8ft. (T)






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Fuji's compact flash unit on the XP10 operates in Auto, Forced On, Forced Off, Red-Eye Reduction, Slow Synchro, and Red-Eye Reduction & Slow Synchro modes. Although it is not very powerful, with a max range of up to 10.2ft. at ISO auto, it will be enough to fill a small room.






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Framing and viewing your images is done on the camera's 2.7-inch, 230,000 dot LCD screen. With 11 settings for the LCD brightness, this screen is easy to see and easy on the eyes in any lighting conditions.





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Controls on Back: At the top of the camera you have buttons for the zoom controls, followed by the 4-way controller underneath. This control allows you to navigate the menus as well as providing shortcuts to the Exposure Compensation, Flash, Self-Timer and Macro shooting mode. The next one down is the Play mode button. The video camera button allows you to record video by pressing it, no matter what shooting mode  the camera is in. Finally you have the DISP/BACK button. This changes the amount of display information shown on the LCD screen, or when you are in a menu, allows you to go backwards without making any changes.











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Built into the watertight door on the bottom of the camera is its multi-use port. Here you can either connect the camera to a computer via the included USB cable or to a TV with an optional A/V cable. 












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The XP10 stores its images and videos on standard SD and SDHC memory cards. With teh camera's ability to record HD video, we recommend using at least a class 4 SD card to keep up with the data. The camera is shown here with an ADATA 16GB class 6 SDHC card.




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Powering the XP10 is a 3.7V, 700mAh Li-Ion rechargeable battery. Also shown above is the included quick charger with fold-out prongs for easy use and portability. Fuji claims that the battery is capable of supplying enough power to capture 165 images on a single charge (CIPA).

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