“Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X10” book giveaway

It seems that Fujifilm has fixed the "sensor blooming" issue in the X10 camera - dpreview received a new X10 version that did not show any of the previously reported problems. Last month Fujifilm promised new sensors for current X10 owners. If you care about DxOMark scores, the Finepix X10 got one of the highest scores for point and shoot cameras.

To commemorate the "new" Fujifilm Finepix X10 camera, I will run a quick giveaway for this "Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X10" book by White Knight Press.

How do I win?

The rules are simple: leave a comment to this blog post. That's all. One comment per person please. Don’t forget to add your email address in the provided field (it will not be visible to the public and it will only be used to notify you in case you are the winner). I will close all comments in one week and will randomly pick the winner.

The best part?

This giveaway is open to anyone and is not restricted to US residents only, everyone is welcomed to participate. This giveaway is void where prohibited by law. All taxes are the responsibility of the winner. The book cannot be shipped to countries embargoed by the United States.

Good luck!

The "Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X10" book is also available on Amazon US and Amazon UK.

More on this new book:

This book, a complete guide to the operation and features of the Fujifilm X10 digital camera, is a follow-up to the author’s earlier guides to advanced compact digital cameras, including the Fujifilm X100 as well as models by Leica, Panasonic, Canon, and Nikon. The new book explains all operations, features, menus, and controls of the Fujifilm X10 camera in clear language, providing guidance not only about how to accomplish things with the camera, but when and why to use certain features. The book does not assume any specialized knowledge by the reader, but explains topics such as shooting modes, autofocus, manual focus, depth of field, aperture priority, shutter priority, HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, white balance, ISO, and macro photography. The book shows how to take advantage of the camera’s unique CMOS sensor with Fujifilm’s EXR technology. This special sensor enables the camera to be configured for high resolution, high sensitivity in dim lighting, or high dynamic range, depending on the lighting conditions the photographer is faced with. The book also provides guidance about the many the X10’s many other advanced settings, including adjustments for Color, Sharpness, Highlight Tone, Shadow Tone, and numerous others.

The guide’s more than 200 photographs, almost all in full color, provide illustrations of the camera’s controls and menus, and include examples of the various types of photographs that can be taken using the many creative settings of the camera, including the Film Simulation settings, which let the photographer alter the color processing and other aspects of images; various menu options such as Dynamic Range and Intelligent Digital Zoom; and the camera’s strong set of features for continuous shooting.

In addition, the book goes beyond everyday photography with introductions to more advanced topics such as infrared photography, astrophotography, digiscoping, street photography, and creating 3D (three-dimensional) images that can be viewed with conventional red and blue 3D glasses.

The book also includes a full discussion of the video recording abilities of the Fujifilm X10, which can capture high-definition (HD) video with stereo sound and can take silent slow-motion movies to enable studies of sports and other actions.

In three appendices, the book provides information about accessories available for the camera, including cases, filter adapters, and external flash units; sets forth a list of useful web sites and other resources for further information; and includes a section with helpful “quick tips” that give particular insights into how to take advantage of the camera’s features in the most efficient ways possible.

The book includes a detailed Table of Contents and a full Index, so the reader can quickly find needed information about any particular feature or aspect of the camera. In the PDF version, the Table of Contents and Index are interactive, so the reader can click on a page reference to navigate to the desired topic instantly.

The book is available now in PDF format for download for $9.95 through www.whiteknightpress.com.  The paperback version will be available for $29.95 through Amazon.com and other online sellers by late April or early May 2012.

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  1. Posted April 30, 2012 at 1:50 pm | Permalink

    The X10 could be the travel camera I need. And a book about it would definitely be useful.

  2. BFK
    Posted April 30, 2012 at 4:07 pm | Permalink

    I was shopping for a micro 4/3 option, but the more I review this camera the more convinced I am of this being my best choice.

  3. Daniel Cohn
    Posted May 1, 2012 at 5:59 am | Permalink

    Waiting for new sensor cameras to hit the retailers and then I’ll be off to buy…

  4. Eppoh Heermans
    Posted May 1, 2012 at 12:05 pm | Permalink

    I love my X10 so much I decided to buy the Xpro1 in the near future as well! My sensor will be replaced, but I actually think it’s the best cam ever allready. A book to be able to get everything out of the cam that’s in it would make things really perfect…

  5. MJ
    Posted May 1, 2012 at 4:29 pm | Permalink

    great promo item!

  6. D Campbell
    Posted May 1, 2012 at 4:48 pm | Permalink

    I ran into this as I’ve been researching the modified sensor. Love the camera and would enjoy the book!

  7. darwin
    Posted May 2, 2012 at 4:15 am | Permalink

    I read a lot of reviews about this awesome camera. Will buy one this weekend. I am new in photography and this book should be perfect.

  8. Marianna
    Posted May 2, 2012 at 1:56 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the chance

  9. John Wellington
    Posted May 2, 2012 at 5:21 pm | Permalink

    I have just bought my X10, but have since been laid low in bed with a prolapsed disc; I’ve got lots of great pictures of my toes and bedroom! Best bedroom camera on the planet! Dynamic range, high ISO perfect. Can even diagnose my athletes foot at 6 feet! Don’t send me Alexander White’s guide, I already have it, send it to the second-best posting!!

  10. Garrett Pitts
    Posted May 2, 2012 at 6:38 pm | Permalink

    I would love a new camera! Its been too long since i got some new gear.

  11. Ken Proudfoot
    Posted May 3, 2012 at 2:42 am | Permalink

    My local camera store will contact me as soon as the Fujifilm X10 is available with the new sensor… This is the ideal casual camera I have been looking for when I do not want to take the DSLR. I have already handled it and really like the quality feel and retro looks.

    I have often commented, what I would really like, is a Nikon FM 2 in digital format, the X10 comes close!

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