The front of the HS10 is dominated by the huge 30x zoom lens. Above this you can see the housing for the internal flash, and to the left of this is the hand grip.
The front of the Fuji HS10
The back of the HS10 is where most of the fun happens. Here is the large LCD screen, surrounded by controls and dials. Above the screen is the viewfinder.
The back of the HS10
On the left side of the camera body is a small cover that protects the HDMI and multi-purpose port. You can also see the grille that covers one of the speakers.
The left side of the HS10
The right side of the HS10
On the top of the camera you can see the control dials and the shutter button. This is a manual zoom camera; to zoom in or out, you use the large zoom ring on the body of the lens.
The top of the HS10
On the bottom of the camera body you can see the cover of the battery compartment and the tripod socket. In the model we looked at, this socket was filled with a security device.
The bottom of the HS10
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