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Fujifilm FinePix J10 - Test shots - ISO performance

By Cliff Smith


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A range of test shots are shown over the next few pages. Here, the full size images at the minimum and maximum ISO settings have been reduced for bandwidth purposes to let you see the full image, and a series of crops taken from original full resolution images at a range of ISO settings have been included in order for you to gain an appreciation of the overall quality.


This is the full frame at the minimum ISO setting.


At 64 ISO the image quality is very good, with plenty of sharp detail.


No problems at 100 ISO.


Still no real noise problems at 200 ISO.


There is a little noise visible at 400 ISO, but the image quality is still very good and quite printable.


There is a sudden increase in image noise at 800 ISO.


The noise is a lot worse at 1600 ISO.


This is the full frame at the maximum ISO setting.


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January 16, 2009, 11:23 pm

I had the good fortune to try this camera out for a week (thanks to ASDA's customer-friendly returns policy) and although I took it back and exchanged it for a Sony W110, I actually think I made the wrong decision (and I later sold the sony!)

The J10 does not excel in any area, but it has some excellent scene modes built in, even if they are buried in the vast menu. It is very small, very light, very stylish (to my eyes) and incredibly easy to use. If you are looking for a cheap-ish camera to slip in your shirt pocket, that will cover almost all potential photo ops, I think you could do a lot worse. As mentioned, I do think the abscence of face-detection is unforgiveable in a camera of this sort - it could be the ideal party/night out camera with that function added.

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