Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera Driver
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Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera Driver
Capable of auto-focusing in as little as 0. Ease of Use If it ain't broke, don't Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera it, seems to be the mantra behind the external design of the new Fujifilm FinePix F EXR, which looks almost identical to the F model that it replaces. Therefore a lot of the comments that we made about that model apply equally to the F, which has the same glossy curves as its predecessor. The new megapixel model somehow shoehorns a 15x optical zoom mm equivalent in 35mm terms into a slender, handbag or pocket friendly chassis, Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera just The lens is neatly folded away when not in use, making the F EXR eminently pocketable, with overall dimensions of Even in its inactive state, the camera's optics look like they're ready to burst forth from the body.
The lens barrel is surrounded by what resembles a pregnant bulge, its rounded edges and controls avoiding this Fujifilm looking like the usual rectangular box that so many other Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera resemble.
The back of the F also impresses, sporting a 3-inch, wide view k-dot resolution LCD. So in practice we didn't miss that the camera omits an optical viewfinder of any kind, as the LCD screen is Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera adequate for outdoor use. Since this is a point and shoot camera first and foremost, Fujifilm has thoughtfully ramped up the performance of its auto focus features, with a claimed focusing speed of just 0.
To help avoid blur resulting from camera shake when shooting in low light or hand-holding the camera at the telephoto extremity of the zoom, Fujifilm have added a 'belt Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera braces' solution of high ISO sensitivity, stretching up to ISO at full resolution Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera onlya built-in mechanical stabilizer with Continuous or Shooting Only modes, and digital image stabilisation too if required.
Activated via the IS Mode menu option, you can set the system to Continuous, Shooting Only, either mode with the addition of digital stabilisation, or Off. Note that the camera will only automatically adjust the ISO speed when using the Auto shooting mode - in the other modes the ISO speed that you select will always be used, so only the mechanical CCD-shift part of the system is used. 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.
Fujifilm suggests this is ideal for photographing never-sit-still children and babies.
We also get full p HD movie clips, with usefully a dedicated video mode button on the backplate that falls readily under the thumb, and a mini HDMI output alongside the regular AV and USB Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera at one side. Plus, in playback mode, there's a chance to sort through images faster with the Photobook feature, as well as rate your favourites by allocating stars to them.
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Front Rear Like most of its travel zoom ilk the F EXR is made for the pocket, there's not much of the actual camera to get 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 F EXR Fujifilm has introduced possibly the first 'booty' on Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera digital camera. 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 Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera makes for easier 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 that sits alongside the shutter release, once again encircled by a zoom lever, and there's an immediate irritation. 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 Canon PowerShot SX IS.
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You can at least gently rest your finger on the flash to stop it from appearing, or push it back down Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera it has risen. The F EXR 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 Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera the shutter release button and AF is virtually instantaneous, in keeping with Fujifilm's claimed 0. The camera recognises your location and displays the longitude and latitude co-ordinates or the place name if recognised. You Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera then search for an image by place name and create a photobook using the Photobook Assist function. The F can also navigate you to where a specific photo was taken, acting like an iPhone-lite by providing the distance and direction from your existing location.
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Finally, the camera can join the dots between your photos and create a map of the route using the Tracking Data option. The first option is useful if you quickly move from one area to another and don't want to wait for the camera to lock onto a signal again, although it does drain the battery more quickly. The F's GPS receiver works a lot better than most other GPS-capable cameras that we've reviewed, saving accurate positioning information for the majority of the images that we shot Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera built-up central London, making this camera useful for urban as well as rural photographers.
The main downside of the GPS is the Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera drain on battery life, with the camera only managing just over shots with GPS turned on instead Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera the that it can manage without. Somewhat strangely, there's no external control for another of the F EXR's star turns, its fast continuous shooting speed. Instead the Continuous menu option brings up four options - Off, Top 4, Best Frame Capture and three different kinds of bracketing exposure, film simulation mode and dynamic range.
Choosing Top 4 allows you to take 8 full-resolution photos at 8 frames per second, which is faster than most compact cameras and indeed most DSLRs too. The only fly in the ointment are that only 4 out of the 8 are actually saved to the memory card.
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Choosing Best Frame Capture shoots at 11fps at 8 megapixel resolution from the Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera that you focus and then saves up to 16 images including pre-recorded frames. Once the burst is completed, it takes over fifteen seconds for the camera to clear the buffer, during which you cannot take another picture. There is also another continuous shooting speeds where the Fujifilm F EXR shoots at a faster speed 11fps at at 4 megapixel resolution for up to 32 frames.
Although JPEGs are quickly committed to memory in single-shot mode with only the briefest pause between each one, unfortunately there's a very noticeable 5 second delay between the capture of one RAW file Fujifilm FinePix F550EXR Camera the next during which you can't take another picture, which rather slows down the shooting experience unless you stick to the JPEG format. Front Top 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.