FujiFilm FinePix X100 review with examples

FujiFilm FinePix X100 has become my new camera of choice because of these two advantages combined: small build and EXTREMELY good image quality even in low light and even with low ISO. The only downside I can find for this camera is that it has no zoom feature, therefore I won’t be able to use it for certain wildlife photography. Still, remember that most photos can be done without zoom, and if you learn to do good photos without it, then you are one step forward of becoming a good artist. Here is what I mean with extremely (images were shot after sunset):   Even if this camera has no optical zoom, it is ideal for any kind of photography except wildlife. Why? – Because of the incredible f.2 aperture which will produce a nice depth of field for portraits and macro. I believe this is the perfect camera for … Read more…

FujiFilm Strikes the Market with New Technology and Cameras

The new Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd reaches a new record in the matter of ultra zoom: not less than 18x optical zoom (and no, it’s not a dSLR). This 8MP camera also features a new anti-blur Dual Image Stabilization system but has a maximum of 1600 ISO at full resolution (higher ISO would have been useless anyway).The face detection includes a new Automatic Red Eye Removal feature. The rest is the same as on it’s predecessor: the FinePix S6000fd. Estimated price: $399.95 FinePix S5800 is also a 8MP camera with a SLR-like design, featuring 2.5-inch LCD screen and 10x optical zoom lens like previous models from the S-series. The S5800 includes a number of features for improved low light shooting (ISO 1600 and Intelligent Flash feature that automatically adjusts sensitivity and flash power for improved photos taken with flash) and image stabilization (PS mode). It is equipped with Super Macro mode … Read more…

FujiFilm FinePix F20 Digital Camera Review

The Fujifilm FinePix F20 upgrades the award-winning FinePix F10. FinePix F20 is a compact digital camera with a short shutter lag time and a bright LCD with Anti-Glare Coating and Low Light Viewability Gain-up Brightness Mode, easy-to-use Image Stabilization and affordable for the ones who don’t want to compromise on quality (good close-up and macro shots that are sharply-focused, bright and clear, very low noise compared to other camera, but still problems with red eye however). All the key buttons can be found on the back and top of the camera. Also, there’s a dedicated anti-shake button to avoid blurred images. Fujifilm‘s Super CCD HR image sensor is the main reason of the sharpness the camera is able to produce. Also comes with a Low Light AF Focusing Assist Lamp to help focusing in low-light. With the 3:2 aspect ratio, you can take photos that will fit on 6 x … Read more…

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