Camera retailer Jessops has just dropped us word that it's begun stocking the prosumer-focused Fujifilm Finepix HS10, which was launched back in February.
The device has a 30x optical zoom lens, with on-lens zoom control just like a DSLR, three different image stabilization methods, a 10-megapixel CMOS sensor, a 3-inch LCD and the ability to capture movies in 1080p. There's also 10 frames-per-second shooting and RAW capture.
There's a few nifty features - it can use a composite of several images captured consecutively to reduce noise in low-light conditions. It can also record up to seven images before or after the shutter button has been pressed, allowing you to pick the best shot from a selection of several. Lastly, there's a function to remove moving objects from a picture while keeping anything that remains still.
The Fujifilm Finepix HS10 is available now in Jessops, and costs £400.