The Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), which is made up of an international consortium of photo magazine editors, recently voted on the best imaging products of 2010. Below, you’ll find the categories and picks for the 2010 TIPA Awards. [Read more...]
The Fuji HS10 is one of the most anticipated cameras for this Spring – at least according to the questions I’ve received about this camera via email, comments and Facebook messages. The HS10 features a 10MP sensor and a 30x zoom range (24-720mm equivalent). It also shoots 1080p HD video and has an impressive image stabilization system.
Good news for those of you waiting, because the Fuji HS10 finally appears to be in stock at online retailers.
B&H Photo has three different ways to order the HS10. You can get the camera only, a basic accessory kit with the camera or the camera with a deluxe accessory kit. The basic kit includes two 4GB SanDisk SD cards and Lowepro case, while the deluxe kit includes the same items, along with 4 rechargeable AA batteries, a charger and a 2-year protection plan.
Also, note that B&H doesn’t take pre-orders, so chances are pretty good that when it says “In Stock” at B&H, the camera really is in stock.
Note that Amazon is saying it will be in stock on Tuesday (but they’re taking orders now).
Adorama is also offering the camera on its own, as well as a couple of different kits; however, at the time of this post Adorama is still listing the camera as back-ordered. These should open up soon as well.
I hope to have one soon for a more in-depth review. In the mean time, however, feel free to check out my Fuji HS10 Hands-On Review from PMA 2010.