Konica Minolta DiMAGE X50 Digital Camera Specifications

Shooting Modes: Auto, Program, Scene, Movie, Macro
Scene Modes: Portrait, Sports Action, Landscape or Sunset is automatically selected. Night portrait, Text, and Super Macro (manual selection only)
Movie Mode: Frame rate: 15fps, 30fps / Recording time: Until the memory card is full / With Monaural audio, Motion JPEG (MOV)
Effects: Color, B/W, and Sepia; Movie editing, Multi frame, Slide Show playback, Image Rotation, Image pasting, Crop Frame, PictBridge direct printing, E-mail copy, Date imprinting, Remote camera
Flash Modes: Autoflash, Autoflash with red-eye reduction, Fill-flash, Flash cancel
White Balance: Automatic, Preset (Daylight, Cloudy, Tungsten, Fluorescent)
Metering: Multi-segment (256 segments) / Spot
Konica Minolta DiMAGE x50Technical Data:
• 2.0 inches (52 mm) LCD + Optical real-image zoom viewfinder
• 5 megapixels
• 2.8x optical zoom + 4.3x digital zoom
• Focal Length: 6.1 – 17.1 mm (35 mm format equivalent: 37 – 105 mm)
• Aperture: f/ 2.8 – f/ 5.0
• ISO Range: Auto (between ISO 50-160 equivalency), ISO 50, 100, 200, 400 equivalency
• Focus Range: 0.1 m (3.9 inches) to infinity, Super macro mode: 0.06 m
(2.4 inches) to infinity (from the front of the camera)
• Exposure Compensation: ±2Ev in 1/3 increments
• Continuos Shooting: 1.9 frames per second (advance), 11 frames per second with 1280 x 960 image size (UHS advance)
• Shutter Speed: 4 – 1/1000 seconds
• Self Timer: 10 second delay
• Start-up time: 0.5 seconds
• File Format: JPEG – DCF1.0, DPOF, Exif2.2
• SD – Secure Digital memory + internal memory
• Lithium-ion battery NP-700
• Dimensions: 83.5 x 62 x 23.5 mm / 3.3 x 2.4 x 0.9 inches
• Weight: 125g / 4.4 ounces (without battery and recording media)

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