FujiFilm FinePix F11 Digital Camera Review

The FujiFilm FinePix F11 Zoom looks and feels identical to F10. There F11 is more or less a premium version of the F10 and offers a few improvements: resolution of the LCD monitor has increased to 153,000 pixels (F10:115,000 pixels) and an improved macro mode performance that makes it possible to take crisp, clear shots of subjects as close as 5cm (F10:7cm). It also now includes A (aperture priority AE) and S (shutter priority AE) modes, and the 256-zones metering enables more precise AE for a variety of a scene. Compared to F10, it appears to be faster. The most important thing remains: with the basic functions of the FinePix F10, including Fujifilm’s innovative Real Photo Technology (produces natural results without having to use the in built flash) and Super CCD sensor, the new Fuji FinePix F11 incorporates manual shooting functions, such as aperture and shutter priority settings. Functions: • … Read more

FujiFilm FinePix F10 Zoom Digital Camera Review

The FinePix F10 has a metal body and a design which makes it not very slim but quite compact. The controls are well placed and it is easy to use. Other features: Calendar view, Voice memos, DPOF, Autofocus Illuminator, PictBridge and USB connectivity. As for the image quality, this digital camera provides good colors and sharpness, good white balance and no barrel distortion and amazing little noise at high ISO. The movie mode performs very well too. However, it lacks the Aperture and Shutter Priority modes as well as manual controls. This is quite sad for a camera with such a great performance of the picture quality. The battery consumption is low, so this is another reason to choose it as your point-and-shoot camera. No image stabilisation and no viewfinder. Functions: • Shooting Modes: Auto, Program, Natural light, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night • Color Modes: B&W, Chrome, Standard • Movie … Read more

FujiFilm FinePix A700 Digital Camera Review

FinePix A700 is the most advanced model in Fujifilm’s A-Series. This point-and-shoot digital camera has a Super CCD sensor, has a higher resolution, but not many features and flexibility: its fully automatic. The movie mode is also very basic and slow. The features included in this model are: DPOF support, Audio recording (mono), auto power save, Date/time stamp, USB connectivity, and comes in a package with FinePix Viewer, Drivers & Utilities. For the price, the photo quality is good, with natural colors, but night mode is not really effective, also no stabilization mode. Conclusion: for someone who only wants a cheap point-and-shoot, Fuji Finepix A700 could be a good choice. Functions: • Shooting Modes: Auto, Programmed • Scene modes: Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night • White balance: Automatic scene recognition, Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light – Daylight, Fluorescent light -Warm White, Fluorescent light -Cool Whit, Incandescent light) • Movie Mode: 320 … Read more

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