A closer look at FinePix Cameras
Find out what owners think about their Fujifilm cameras. You can select MFP member’s opinions or completely independent reviews from various camera review sites. Whether it’s the latest model or something that’s been available for a while user feedback might help you decide which is best for you.
Versatilite lens with very long zoom.
Speed Shooting: 8fps full resolution.
Lots of different shooting functions.
Ability to customise the camera settings very easily
Auto mode operation does not satisfy demanding users.
Typical ultra-compact zoom image distortion.
Amazing quality, easy to capture pictures.
Wide range zoom.
High performance stabilisation.
Interesting additions: GPS, Panorama, Pro Focus (blurred background).
Battery doesn't last very long in the cold.
Inexperienced users may get lost in the many available functions.
I have had the s3300 for a few months now, it was a replacement for my s2750 which broke while on holiday(autofocud broke), but now im glad i had to replace it as my new camera is FAR better. My favouite features are the great choice of settings and modes, each choiceof setting from auto - manual - changing aperature and shutter speed. The camera also comes with good accesories: a good neck starp, easy to read instructions and a PC disc, and some more. For me and my photography style this camer
Really good zoom (x26), clear view screen, great choice of settings - eg baby mode, landscape, party.... quite easy to hold
I don't really have any bad points for the camera - not even the price
The Fuji HS10.
When Fuji said they would send the HS10 I was surprised and pleased. Having had the S100fs for over two years I was eager to find if this was a new generation of super zoom that equaled the camera that got me into serious photography. I decided that because the S100fs is such an Iconic Fuji camera that a direct comparison would be fair and relevant to a review.
Opening the box I was surprised by the camera being a third smaller than the S100fs and after putting on the
If you have the S100fs already then the HS10 camera has better zoom and better optics or possibly a better processing engine it's difficult to tell. If you don't need the extra focal length then keep your S100fs. If chromatic aberration on your S100fs is driving you nuts them swap it in for the HS10. If you love macro the HS10 is better and easier to get good results. Skin tones are better on the HS10 and possibly hair detail. Eye detail too surprised me.
Yes the HS10 still has some minor flaws but none that would stop me from saying it is exceptionally good value for money.
(and I would be sorely tempted to polish that lens barrel but that's NOT a recommended procedure as it would invalidate the warranty).
Just purchased the Fuji Finepix S4240 Bridge camera as an upgrade from a S1500 the difference is quite amazing, the 1500 is a good camera , but the S4240 is a technical quantum leap forward. the 24x optical zoom gives clear precise images at maximum zoom, There are plenty of options easily accessible from just one of the menus ,For the price this is an amazing piece of kit at less than a quarter of the price of a digital SLR! and I look forward to using it on a regular basis.
Fantastic value for money !
A free case would be nice
Very easy to set up
The camera is small, easy to carry, is comfortable to handle and the controls are easy to navigate.
Large LCD with adjustable brightness
Impressive macro images
Colour capture is excellent
Small size lens means fewer shadow problems on macro subjects
Performs very well in low light
Smile detection works very well
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The viewfinder is too small and has no diopter
Lens cap has no dock and is pushed off when the camera is turned on
Lens has no screw thread so no filter attachment
Slow shutter response
Slow burst on continuous shutter mode
I purchased my Fujifilm FinePix HS20 EXR this week (Tuesday 1st of November 2011) It is amazing, I have only had chance to take a few photos so far, but they have come on very well .
I am very pleased with how the camera feels in my hands, and also the quality of the shots is stunning, it is obvious immediately, how much effort and testing has been put into making this camera.
I will jump into the negatives as there are not many, and might be just me being picky:
1- At first I kept the settings
I purchased my Fujifilm FinePix HS20 EXR this week (Tuesday 1st of November 2011) It is amazing.
Great quality images that are sharp and bright and camera that is fast, and compact, what more could you ask for.
LCD delay when using single focusing.
Very expensive external flash.
Camera should of been shipped with the lens hood.
The 'Fuji FinePix S2750HD is without a doubt, amazing. I've had this amazing camera for just about 4 and a half months and not one problem has sprung up at me. I recieved this camera for my birthday and I think (and would recommend) this camera is an ideal gift for an entry level photographer.
Some of the positives:
This camera was on an amazing price for an entry level bridge camera at the price of around £192 in a bundle with a 16GB SD card and the leather case. The leather case is v
Amazing price, £192 for the camera, 16GB SD card and the official Fuji leather case.
18x zoom works amazingly.
HD video recording is above average.
Lightweight and portable.
Zooming creates a low noise when filming.
Fixed flash. (No adapter)
Tight hand space.
Was looking at bridge cameras for a while as was let down with my old compact (Sony Cybershot). Grabbed a bargain at Tesco and picked up the Fuji S4240 for £128 a couple of months ago. The camera looks and feels great, nice solid feel and easy to hold. Love the electronic view finder (EVF) as it allows you to focus on the shot however you can swap back to the 3" screen with a press of a button. Super zoom is wonderful and smooth, allowing you to get great close ups of events. The camera can be a
The best bits - feels like a real camera with lots of cool options and if you get the settings right, superb photos although a little on the blue side, which seems to be a Fuji thing. 24x zoom is great and more useful than I'd expected. Good battery life from duracell AA - approx 500 to 600 shots. EVF feature and auto smile function is fun.
The worst bits - manual lens covers so too easy to touch the big lens. Sometimes a little too slow bbetween shos tut there are settings to take some continuous shots. Auto focus a little slow and often settles on wrong part of shot.
ive used it a feu times it seems good the shutter rate is quick you can go from off to paking photos in seconds i love it the only problem i have with it is you have no controal over the focus
quick shutter time fast to turn on
no control over focus
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