Back to IFA 2011! Fujifilm was showing this new camera, FinePix X10 at IFA 2011. Having a retro design like its old brother, X100, the camera displays a bold yet elegant looking in classic view. Of course not so similar, it brings a built-in pop up flashlight at left top which you can control from the rear and moved the focus modes control to near the lens.
Recently Fujifilm announced this new camera will hit Japanese market first in October 22, 2011 for around $900. It’s cheaper compared to FinePix X100. But $900 for optical viewfinder, a 2/3-inch 12MP EXR CMOS sensor and a Fujinon 4x Optical zoom lens, it’s still left us a big question. However, this camera could serve you with 1080p Full HD video recording at 30fps which you can see the process on a 2.8-inch 460k dots TFT color LCD.
Like other new cameras on market, it also equips USB 2.0 and mini HDMI ports. Thus, you can share your recording to your laptop or big TV. Hopefully, at future, this camera will also come with the latest USB 3.0 port to save our time during the process.
Fashioned in 117(W) x 69.6(H) x 56.8(D)mm and 350g (including battery and memory card) in black finish, Fujifilm FinePix X10 compact camera is expected to hit U.S. and European market in early November 2011 (still like its first announcement). I prefer Nikon V1 camera at the case, I must trow away my $900. How about you? [Dandy Gadget Source]