FujiFilm FinePix A600 Zoom Digital Camera Review

“The FinePix A600 Zoom is for the person who does not want complexity to get in the way of quality. It spares you the excess of controls and dials that cover many other cameras, and provides automatic settings that rely on the camera’s know-how to get the shot. As a result, you have a camera that cuts your bad shots to an absolute minimum.” Even if I find this statement from FujiFilm true, I believe the camera could have provided more scene modes for its unexperienced users. Otherwise, the compact digital FinePix A600 comes with Super CCD sensor (giving crisp, colourful and clear photos), a solid build easy to hold, PictBridge, video output for TV monitor (NTSC/PAL) and USB 2.0 connectivity. Functions: • Shooting Modes: Auto, Program, Macro, Movie • Scene Modes: Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night • Movie Mode: 320 x 240 at 10fps, 160 x 120 at 10fps, WAVE … Read more

FujiFilm FinePix A500 Zoom Digital Camera Review

The FinePix A500 point and shoot camera incorporates Fujifilm‘s innovative Super CCD sensor, direct print, date/time stamp, DPOF support, PictBridge support, NTSC/PAL Video out, resizing an image. Many people are disappointed because on sale it does not include a memory card. The controls on the camera have been designed for simple, one-handed operation and it does have an optical viewfinder (Field Coverage: 75%). As far as I see, the movie mode is poor, limited and with no sound. For a 5MP camera, it only provides 4 scene modes and I find that quite strange at least: look at some Canon, at the same resolution it comes with much more. These limitations may become frustrating and you will want to upgrade. Functions: • Shooting Modes: Auto, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night Scene, Macro, Movie • Movie Mode: AVI (Motion JPEG), 320 x 240 at 10 fps up to 94 sec, 160 x … Read more

FujiFilm FinePix E550 Digital Camera Review

Good for point-and-shoot users, this camera also provides a full manual exposure mode in its small, compact, and light weight metal/plastic body. A manual focus option lets you adjust the focus yourself, but the E550 provides no numeric distance scale, so the only way you can determine focus is by watching the LCD screen. Another tricky thing is the fact that it focuses hard in low light, a problem that many compact cameras have. Yes, fuji comes with optical viewfinder, but shows only about 78-84% of the final frame area. To reach up to ISO 800, the camera smartly brings the resolution down to 3 megapixels, reducing the image noise in the resulting pictures. The Red-Eye Reduction mode has not reached the level of in-camera removal, so you will deal with red eyes. Also, the flash doesn’t pop up and fire automatically, even in Auto mode. Another thing you should … Read more

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