Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera Driver
Buy FUJIFILM FinePix FEXR Digital Camera (Black) featuring Megapixels, Fujinon 24mm 15x Optical Zoom Lens " LCD Screen. Review FUJIFILM. The Fujifilm Finepix FEXR is a new 12 megapixel compact camera with a mm, 15x zoom lens. Featuring Fujifilm’s next generation EXR technology with hybrid high-speed autofocus, the F EXR switches between phase detection AF and contrast AF depending on subject and light. 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
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Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera Driver
The sculpted body shape offers an effective and steady grip.
Fujifilm Finepix FEXR Digital Camera Review
Construction quality is excellent and the operation of all buttons and features is smooth and slick. 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 activated, and rather gets in the way Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera the natural way to Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera hold the camera. The second is that the two dials can very easily be accidentally shifted. The mode selection dial gains no real benefit from being angled, in fact it would be better placed in the conventional way, and constantly ended up slipping onto another setting.
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The same applies to the thin ring around the four-way rocker switch on the back. 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.
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Unusually the mode dial is at an angle on Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera 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. For this reason it is very useful to have quick access to the exposure compensation feature and the Fujifilm Finepix FEXR is excellent in this respect.
Spot metering is a useful feature for those who understand properly what it does, centre weighted often used as a general purpose setting and Multi aimed at beginners. The most accurate general setting in this case proved to be Centre Weighted as the Multi setting was quite prone to over exposure. This may be deliberately set to ensure adequate shadow detail, but the resulting washed out highlights are best avoided.
Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera
There can be a downside to this which becomes apparent when we look at the noise performance. Focusing Focusing was totally reliable and there seemed to be virtually no circumstances that could fool the camera. Centre spot focusing was the most Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera, always locking on to the correct point.
The various tracking and multi modes were less reliable, but mainly because the camera itself is quite slow in operation and does not lend itself well to action subjects. Macro mode only allows a rather modest closest focus of 5cm at the widest setting and 1. The camera does give a clear warning when this happens. Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera
Noise In good outdoor lighting at modest ISO settings the camera offers excellent low noise images. A bulge top right provides a resting place for the thumb, a backward slanted shooting mode dial thus echoing the FinePix HS10 topping it off; an unusual move that Fujifilm suggests makes for Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera control access and so faster operation.
It looks at once like that portion of the camera is melting, and at the same time very cool indeed. Switch the camera on via the recessed top plate button Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera sits alongside the shutter release, once again encircled by a zoom lever, and there's an immediate irritation however.
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The integral flash, prior to this neatly sunk within the top plate, rises automatically, and without request. Much the same in fact as the flash does on the aforementioned Canon PowerShot SX IS; however, unlike on the Canon where its flash could immediately be clicked back down into place Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera scolded like a naughty child, the Fujifilm's own remains raised and somewhat in the way of your fingers when holding the camera in both hands.
The FEXR takes roughly two seconds from being activated before you can fire off the first shot, rear LCD bursting into life and lens extending to maximum wideangle with an audible mechanical whirr. A half press of the shutter release button and AF is not quite instantaneous; it feels like there's a good second between a half press and a beep of affirmation that the camera has Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera out Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera target, with the lens again audibly adjusting.
Fujifilm Finepix F300EXR Digital Camera Review
Fujifilm by contrast suggests it's a mere blink of an eye. But hey, we can certainly live with that.
Front Top Also on the top plate is the camera's built-in mono microphone, with a speaker located on the camera's left hand flank, if viewing it from the back. Both the power button and shutter release fall readily under the forefinger when gripping the camera in your right hand, and the zoom lever is similarly ergonomically located. Nudge the latter and said zoom veritably powers through its broad focal range, zipping from maximum wideangle to extreme telephoto in actually under three seconds; shame then Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera it sounds like a wasp Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera your ear as it does so.
Surprisingly then the zoom Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR Camera can also be used when shooting movies, but in this mode it is altogether smoother, steadier and any operational noise - though still audible if filming in quieter environs - is nevertheless dampened down. However our review sample took an age to store the memory hungry video once we'd recorded it, all functionality frozen whilst it did so.
A maximum resolution JPEG takes around seconds to write to memory.