The XP10's record screens show you a list of information about your current shooting settings. Here you can see that the camera is in Scene Recognition auto mode, its capturing a 12-Megapixel Fine image, HD video and has room to capture 276 more images. In the bottom left you can see the scene mode that the camera has chosen for your current situation.
The camera's shooting modes include Program, Auto, SR Auto and the scene modes: Natural Light, Natural Light + Flash, Portrait, Portrait Enhancer, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (tripod), Sunset, Snow, Beach, Underwater, Party, Flower, Text, Auction Mode and Successive Movie.
Along with navigating you menus, the 4-way controller acts as shortcuts to the Exposure Compensation, Flash, Self-Timer and Macro modes. Just pressing a direction brings up the mode and its options.
- Shooting Mode - Program, Auto, SR Auto and the Scene modes
- ISO - Auto, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
- Image Size - 12M, 10M (3:2), 9M (16:9), 6M, 3M, 2M (16:9), 2M, 0.3M
- Image Quality - Fine, Normal
- FinePix Color - Standard, Chrome, B&W, Sepia
- White Balance - Auto, Fine, Shade, Fluorescent Light 1-2-3, Incandescent
- Continuous - On or Off
- Face Detection - On or Off
- AF Mode - Center, Tracking
- Movie Quality - 1280, 640, 320
On the back of the camera, Fuji has included a one-touch video record button that allows the camera to start recording no matter what shooting mode you are currently in. This is a perfect feature for candid moments when a picture just isn't enough.