Two days with JX350
Compact, Stylish, great little Camera.
On /Off button very small.
Firstly a big thanks to Finepix for allowing me to review this camera. A big apology for being so late with this review.
When I recieved the camera I was surprised at how small and light it was, it fits easily into a pocket ( or bag for the ladies)
To make this easier all the technical details can be found on the Finepix site.
The only thing I wasn't sure about was the size of the On/Off button. I used it no problem but Mike, who has larger hands found it difficult. The good thing would be that you wouldn't switch the camera on or off by mistake.
I liked the way that no quality or detail was lost when cropping your photographs, this can be seen in the blog I have posted.
I didn't show any Macro photographs in the blog but there is one in my gallery.
Unfortunately I didn't use the Panorama mode or Video.
This camera is easy to use, and I would recommend it highly. I only wish that I had had time to realy get used to it, and could have given it a better review.
- RT @photomadd: Evening pano of Windermere from the @fujifilm_uk XQ1. Straight out of the camera. http://t.co/CYO7CiI8l8
- Great blog from Paul Sanders @Wiggys about using the #XT1 in Iceland under some pretty windy conditions! @fujiholics http://t.co/3mw80IZQUT
- Interesting SanDisk UHS - II speed test by @kevin_mullins on the Fujifilm#XT1 http://t.co/A0Q5SgyYGx
- A day trip out with the #XT1 and #xf23mm lens, read @davemcclelland first full blog here: http://t.co/qfLgVufv1H
- We love the colour and composition here! MT @xenocapin: "Colored Glass Tower" X-Pro1 + Fujinon XF 18/2 http://t.co/sJ13p69QYy