White Knight Press is today releasing Photographer’s Guide to the Fujifilm X10: Getting the Most from Fujifilm’s Advanced Digital Camera. This 338-page, full-color book is now available for purchase for $9.95 through this site in a downloadable PDF version.
This book, the latest in the series of “Photographer’s Guide” books about advanced compact cameras, covers all features and operations of the Fujifilm X10, a somewhat smaller sibling of the highly successful Fujifilm X100. For more information, please go to the main information page for the Fujifilm X10 book. You also can look at the book’s complete Table of Contents or read an excerpt from the book.
The paperback version is expected to be available within the next few weeks, and the Kindle and ePub versions should be available shortly after that.
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Great–I’ve been looking forward to this!
Purchased printed copy from Barnes & Noble two weeks ago. Do I understand I can also obtain the iPad version at reduced or no cost? Would love it.
I have finished my first full read-thru, and find that my X10 manual NOW makes sense! In fact, since I have the printed manual and the PC version, I find they compliment each other, making available help at almost any location.
There are very few suggestions I can offer for your next edition . . . mostly with improving the Index for better use by non-insiders (as I originally found with the Encyclopaedia Britannica).
Keep up the good work.
Hello, John — Thanks for the comments. Yes, if you have purchased the printed edition I will be happy to send you the electronic version for iPad at no cost. I will send the file to your e-mail address. If you don’t receive it soon, let me know.
Hello Alex – I doubt I’m the first person to notice this but in the .pdf version of the X10 guide, the header on pages 82 & 84 says Guide to the Canon S100. It’s a great book; very helpful.
Hi, Randy — Thanks very much. I did have a problem with some of those headers earlier, and I thought I had fixed them all. I will fix these now! If you still have a valid download link, you should be able to get the corrected version within about an hour or so. If you don’t have that link, let me know and I get the corrected file to you.
Thanks, Alex – I probably have the link somewhere but I just thought I’d point it out. One other thing, that I didn’t see in your book or in the X10 manual; I’m pretty sure that if you want to lock focus (but not exposure) you can do this the old-fashioned way, by just partially depressing the shutter release. In other words, it isn’t necessary to press the AE/AF button.
Hi, Randy — Yes, that’s a good point about focus; you can lock focus that way also.