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Summary

Our Score

9/10

User Score

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100
ISO 100 offers sharp edges, good detail in shadow areas and is free of noise.

200
ISO 200 shows no visible difference from ISO 100

400
ISO 400 is still free of noise with very good shadow detail.

800
Whereas many compacts start to become unstuck at ISO 800, the X10 is still producing clear shots.


1600
At ISO 1600 shadow detail begins to soften as the X10's noise-reduction processing kicks in.

3200
At ISO 3200 the image has become noticeably softer, but the X10 can still produce usable images which is hugely impressive for a camera of this size.

6400
ISO 6400 is where things start to really break down.

12800
ISO 12800 isn't somewhere you want to go if you can possibly help it.


Fuji X10 1600
A real-life example of a perfectly usable shot taken at ISO 1600. Click to expand to actual size.

Fuji X10 3200
And the same image once more, this time with the X10 set to ISO 3200. Again, click to view at actual size.

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