Fujifilm DX-10

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The DX-10 is a entry level digital camera released by Fujifilm in 1999. It was sold in Japan as the CLIP-IT80.

It uses a 1/3 inch CCD sensor for a resolution of 1024 x 768. The 5.5mm 1:4 Fujinon fixed focus lens (equivalent to a 40mm on full frame) has a switchable macro mode. Surprisingly has a 64 zone TTL metering system and shutter speeds from 1/4-1/5000. Images are stored on SmartMedia card. It is able to connect to a computer with RS232 serial cable. Power is with 4x AA batteries.

Available in Black/Silver(shown) and Silver/Black version.