Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera Driver
Fujifilm Finepix FEXR Digital Camera Review - ePHOTOzine member John Riley reviews the Fujifilm FinePix FEXR which hosts a. The Fuji Finepix FEXR packs a lot of features into its small, compact body. On top of this I think the Finepix FEXR sports some fairly stylish looks. It has The Fujifilm F EXR debuts a new Hybrid autofocus system that the company claims is as fast as that on DSLRs. The camera automatically Sensor type: CCD.
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Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera Driver
Included in the Advanced setting is a novel degree panoramic mode. These modes are accessed through an interesting slanted mode dial.
We shall see whether this design improves handling or not. The focusing system now offers both phase detection and contrast AF. The flash unit is Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera pop-up design that presumably aims to take the flash slightly away from the lens axis. In theory this should reduce the risk of red-eye.
The flash unit pops up regardless of whether or not the flash is active or suppressed. The Fujinon zoom lens is a 4. The lens shows excellent rigidity even when fully extended.
Image stabilisation makes the longer focal lengths much more viable in general use and we have from Fujifilm an IS system based on CCD shift. Handling The camera is not heavy at g with battery and card, but it is reassuringly solid courtesy of the metal construction. The sculpted body shape offers an effective and steady grip. Construction quality is excellent and the operation of all buttons and features is Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera and slick.
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In terms of handling there are however a couple of glitches. The first is that the pop-up flash always pops up, regardless of whether or not it is Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera, and rather gets in the way of the natural way to hand hold the camera. The second is that the two dials can very easily be accidentally shifted. The mode selection dial gains no real Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera from being angled, in fact it would be better placed in the conventional way, and constantly ended up slipping onto another setting. The same applies to the thin ring around the four-way rocker switch on the back.
Fujifilm Finepix FEXR Digital Camera Review
This, for example, changes the aperture value in A mode, but is far too easily moved. The start up time is quite slow at around 2. Clearly we are becoming used to much faster times in new cameras.
Notwithstanding these minor points though, the camera generally operates well and is a pleasure to use. Unusually the mode dial is at an angle on the edge between the top and back of the camera. Performance Exposure With digital cameras the thing generally to avoid is the over-exposure that leads to objects or areas being washed out. The back of this camera also impresses, in sporting a 3-inch, wide view k-dot resolution LCD. So in practice we didn't miss that the camera omits an optical viewfinder Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera any kind; the screen is perfectly adequate for outdoor use. This also includes the usual basic software, here FinePix Studio Version 1. Since this is a point and shoot camera first and foremost, Fujifilm has thoughtfully ramped up the performance of its auto focus features, with phase detection auto focus as on Sony's newest A33 and A55 DSLRs for near instantaneous officially 0.
Film modes showing off Fujifilm's 'wet' heritage also make a re-appearance, Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera choice once again being the well-saturated colours of 'Velvia' mode, the default natural-looking setting of 'Provia', or the soft and gentle 'Astia' for portraiture. Likely to get more use by those with families is an auto release mode that fires the shutter when the camera detects the subject is looking directly at the lens.
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Fujifilm suggests this is ideal for photographing never-sit-still children and babies. We also get x HD movie clips, with usefully a dedicated video mode button on the backplate that falls readily under the thumb, and mini HDMI output alongside regular AV and USB output at one side.
Plus, in playback mode, there's a chance to sort through images faster with a new Photobook feature, as well as rate your favourites by allocating stars to them. Front Rear The Fujifilm FEXR comes across then as fairly feature packed, but at the end of the day if you just want to Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera and shoot you can.
The camera is as intuitive as you'd expect a consumer model from Fujifilm to be. For those not already up to speed re: There's a choice between shooting at full 12MP resolution in High Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera HR mode, alternatively choosing wide Dynamic Range DR mode to achieve optimal balance between shadows and highlights, or Low Noise SN mode for shooting without flash in low light conditions. If you can't decide which is best for a chosen scene or subject, then leave the camera on scene-detecting EXR Automatic Mode and let it choose for itself, comparing the subject before the lens with pre-optimised settings, here these govern landscapes, portraits, macro, night time, night portrait and backlit portrait settings in particular.
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Overall dimensions are Like most of its travel zoom ilk it's made for the pocket, there's not much of the actual camera to Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera a firm grip on. There's a gentle curve and rubber patch to the left hand edge at the front while at the back the FEXR Fujifilm has introduced possibly the first 'booty' on a digital camera. A bulge top right provides a resting place for the thumb, a backward slanted shooting mode dial thus echoing Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera FinePix HS10 topping it off; an unusual move that Fujifilm suggests makes for easier control access and so faster operation.