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Fujifilm Finepix V10 Severn MD

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Ritz Camera
(410) 766-5550
Marley Station 7900 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(410) 571-7828
Annapolis Harbour Center 2484 Solomon Island Road Sp G-9
Annapolis, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 419-3200
12200 Baltimore Avenue
Beltsville, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 592-0688
Burnt Mills Shopping Center 10737 Colulmbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD
 
Ritz Camera Center
(410) 685-0077
200 E Pratt St
Baltimore, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(410) 997-3011
The Mall in Columbia 10300 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(410) 841-6800
Annapolis Mall 2610 Annapolis Mall
Annapolis, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 809-9643
Bowie Town Center 15630 Emerald Way Space A03
Bowie, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(410) 296-1585
Kenilworth Park Mall 854 Kenilworth Drive
Towson, MD
 
Digital Express
(410) 296-1679
1515 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD
 

Fujifilm Finepix V10 Review at Cameratown.com

Fujifilm Finepix V10 Review

Reader Score: 5.50 (out of 10)
Review: "The Fuji Finepix V10 ($349) is shaped like a square, but Fuji definitely threw in a few curves behind the scenes. The V10's two biggest features are its SuperCCD HR sensor and its large 3-inch LCD display.

Initially, the SuperCCD HR was marketing as a sensor which could produce ultra high resolution photos, but the image quality was lacking. Now, Fuji is taking advantage of the sensor's low noise levels to produce much cleaner images than other cameras at higher ISO sensitivities. The sensor was impressive on the FinePix F10, but Fuji's using a different one here, so we'll see how it performs later in the review.

Photo quality was a mixed bag: it really depends on the situation. In normal outdoor shooting, the V10 took very nice photos, with accurate color, good exposure, and pleasing sharpness. In lower light levels the camera will want to crank up the ISO, and if it gets above ISO 400 then things start looking more like Monet paintings than photographs." ...

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