The Fujifilm HS10 10MP Digital Camera (Black) brings you features usually found only on professional DSLR cameras--besides the 10-megapixel resolution, the HS10 offers a 30x wide-angle optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent of an astonishing 24-720mm zoom range), high-speed shooting at up to 10 frames per second at full 10MP resolution for 7 continuous frames and sensitivity up to ISO 6400. Use JPEG and/or RAW for highly accessible or very high-quality files. The HS10 accepts 58mm filters.
But that's just the beginning: the HS10 has CMOS-shift type image stabilization and a Pro Low Light mode that helps prevent camera shake and combines four rapid high-sensitivity and low-noise exposures into one sharp low-noise photo. Or use the zoom bracketing function--touch the shutter just once and the HS10 takes three shots at a differing zoom magnification: the original image, a 1.4x zoom image, and a 2.0x zoom image.
You can use auto-tracking focus to get sharp pictures of a moving person or object; access one of the scene positions to get optimal exposure and focus for specific types of photos, such as portrait, landscape, sport, beach, snow, sunset, night, fireworks, flower, text, natural light with the flash, etc., or take a seamless panorama in the camera without a tripod, by simply taking photos as you sweep the camera right or left, up or down--the image processor seamlessly stitches multiple photos together to form a beautiful panorama (up to 260° wide).
And don't forget the gorgeous HD video with 1080p resolution and stereo sound--it can even record at 1000 frames per second to catch the fastest action and play it back in ultra slow-motion! This is a complete picture-taking machine.
30x Long Zoom with CMOS Sensor
BSI CMOS 10 Megapixels
Multi Frame Technology: FinePix Multi Frame Technology combined with the accelerated performance of BSI CMOS lets you use powerful Pro Modes to capture scenes with mood and depth rivaling expensive DSLR cameras.
High Sensitivity and Low Noise: While conventional CMOS front-side elements block light, BSI CMOS turns the sensor upside down to let light directly strike the silicon for higher sensitivity, more uniform response, and lower pixel cross-talk. For you, that means superior photos in low light with even lower noise.