As I've introduced you to several new Fujifilm point and shoot digital cameras in my blog during the past few months, I've often been critical of the lack of style and color choices in those cameras.
Consider that criticism placed on hold.
Fujifilm's FinePix XP10 picked up more than its share of a stylish and colorful look, offering an interesting non-symmetrical camera body that's available in five colors: Black, blue, green, pink, and silver. The lens is off center and the left side is rounded, giving the XP10 a unique look.
For its photographic features, the XP10 offers 12.2 megapixels of resolution, 720p HD video, a 5X optical zoom lens, an a 2.7-inch LCD.
The XP10, which is called the XP11 in some parts of the world, measures only 0.9 inches in thickness. It also offers some "tough" features, including the ability to survive up to 10 feet of water, a 3-foot drop, and 14-degree Fahrenheit temperatures. At an MSRP of only $199.95 (Compare Prices), the XP10 is a very interesting camera ... both in looks and feature set.
Fujifilm just sent me a review unit of the XP10 this week, and I should have a review of this model published in the next few weeks. My first impression: It's as interesting looking in person as it is in the photograph here. I can't wait to try it out.
Photo courtesy Fujifilm