Fuji X10 (X50) to have image stabilization (up to 4 stops)?

Some more Fuji X10 details from the official Fujifilm forum apparently posted by a Fujifilm staff. The only news from the previous set of specs from yesterday is the OIS (Fuji X100 doesn't have any image stabilization):

  • CMOS Sensor EXR format 2/3 "12.0 megapixel resolution
  • EXR processor similar to that used in the X100
  • FUJINON manual zoom 4X 28-112 mm (equivalent) f/2.0 - 2.8 lens barrel is metal. This is a special lens to get the highest quality and OIS, the vibration of up to 4 stops.
  • OVF viewfinder is bright and clear
  • The X10 is smaller version of the X100. Controls are the same. The key is the Mode Dial to select the shutter speed shooting.
  • Dial on the rear of the camera, 2 sets of keys (sorry, Google translation)

Check also the Fuji X10 vs. X100 comparison taken from the same thread, the X10 is probably photoshopped:

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