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Featuring a 15x zoom lens with a mm focal range, 12 megapixels and a 3 inch LCD screen, the Fujifilm S offers full manual photographic control for the more experienced user and an Automatic Scene Recognition mode for beginners. For movie makers the S has the must-have feature ofhigh-definition p video recording at 30fps. Ease of Use The single difference between the S and the slightly more expensive S is the latter's bigger 18x zoom, Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera provides the same wide-angle setting of 28mm but a Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera focal length of mm.
This is a bridge or 'super zoom' camera that, despite resembling a digital SLR that's been shrunk in the wash, shouldn't scare off those more used to operating pocket-sized point and shoots - which happens to be exactly the main audience that Fujifilm are targeting. Size and pricing aside, this megapixel camera is as much about user friendliness as creative flexibility. For those with kids or subjects that don't stay put its auto focus tracking ability will doubtless come in handy, as will its most prominent feature, the immensely versatile 15x optical zoom, which has been both widened and lengthened Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera comparison to the S's mere 12x lens.
Given the enormous lens reach of mm, image stabilisation is included, here the 'belt and braces' arrangement of CCD shift anti shake plus high ISO speed up to ISOalbeit with a drop to 3 megapixels if straying above ISO In practice therefore with the Fujifilm FinePix S it's mostly a case of a half press of the shutter release button and the camera does the rest, particularly with Fujifilm here including an 'auto everything' scene recognition SR auto mode. Although far from infallible - if you're not paying close attention and it's presented with a busy scene it'll call up landscape when macro is needed and vice versa - it adds to the beginner friendly feel. And, if there's not time to set the photograph up manually, with a single button press an instant zoom feature crops in closer using either 1. Also worth a mention up front is the S's high speed-capture capability - up to 20 pictures sequentially at 8 frames per second - albeit with, as perhaps expected, resolution dropping to three megapixels to achieve its Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera numbers.
A compromise would be 10 sequential photographs at 3. The S introduces high-definition video for the first time to the Fujifilm S-series, capturing x pixel footage at 30fps with mono sound, full use of the 15x zoom and a maximum recording time of 15 minutes per clip.
Alternatively there are also x pixels and x pixels modes, also at 30 fps. Given its beginner market the Fujifilm FinePix S's buttons and controls are for the most part large, particularly the familiar mode dial on top.
Fujifilm FinePix S Series s1730 12.2MP Digital Camera - Black
They're also sufficiently self-explanatory that the manual - a full version here on CD Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera - doesn't need to be digested before you're up and shooting. Front Rear The front of the S looks much the same as any bridge model; that's to say it's dominated by the lens barrel, the tip of which extends 1.
Above the lens sits the forward sloping ridge housing the integral pop-up flash. A dedicated button for activating this spring-loaded mechanism sits to its right, three pin prick-sized holes for the built-in microphone just below. Over at the other side of the lens is a portal housing the AF assist light, to the left of which is the comfortably moulded grip, with some leather-effect padding to Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera prevent your fingers slipping. For anyone with average sized hands there's just enough room to squeeze three fingers around the grip, leaving your forefinger automatically hovering over the shutter release button situated at the front of its slope, and your thumb pressed against the slightly indented pad at the rear.
While you certainly wouldn't want the grip to be any smaller, it feels just about right given the overall size of the camera. The Fujifilm FinePix S's L-shaped top plate looks at once familiar and approachable, the largest control being a ridged mode wheel featuring 10 settings. Starting with full auto mode and moving clockwise we come to one of the camera's main selling points, the aforementioned SR Scene Recognition auto, and, continuing in the same direction next alight on SP Scene Position.
This mode features standard pre-optimised settings for 15 familiar scenes and subjects, accessed by pressing the 'menu' button at the camera's rear, and includes portraits, landscapes, sunsets, fireworks plus a natural light and museum mode amongst its selection. Continuing clockwise around the dial we come to another of the Fujifilm's user-friendly features, its panorama mode, which allows the user to shoot a sequence of three images that the S automatically stitches together in-camera - no additional software or technical skills required. A Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera portion of the previous frame is displayed as the user pans from left to right taking shots, so you can line up the joins Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera a reasonable level of accuracy.
Fujifilm FinePix S Camera
Though not essential, it's another fun extra that should appeal to the family target market, and will surely come into its own as an Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera memoir for holiday vistas. After a little practice, surprisingly successful results can be achieved, although the overall resolution of the resulting picture is limited to x pixels. Next around the dial is a setting for the already mentioned video capture - note that there's no one-touch video-record button on this camera. What's more Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera a surprise is that with a successive turn of the dial we come to a user-attributable custom setting, a feature more commonly found on a DSLR proper.
Compounding the indication that the S perhaps has something to offer the photo enthusiast after all, there follows the creative quartet of manual, aperture priority, shutter priority and program modes, allowing full access to manually selectable ISO speeds, quality settings and of course colour effects.
Fujifilm FinePix S Series s1730 12.2MP Digital Camera - Black
And, with a further twist, we're back to full auto again. Slide this to the right and the S powers up in just over a second - pretty quick for this class Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera camera - the rear LCD displaying a Fujifilm logo initially before blossoming into life. There's also the option of an electronic viewfinder for shot composition - more on which later.
Forward of this slider are a pair of raised, identically sized buttons. To the left is a dedicated control for activating face detection which biases the focus and exposure toward any faces in the frame. Press it once to couple this with automatic red eye removal if using flash obviouslyor again to shoot Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera the red eye removal option.
Joining face detection are blink detection, which warns you if any of your subjects have blinked, and Smile Detection, which automatically takes the picture when your subject bares their pearly whites. The button to the right is for accessing the various burst mode settings, as mentioned above. Free Fujifilm FinePix S1730 Camera and returns on eligible orders. Buy FUJI FINEPIX S DIGITAL CAMERA at Amazon UK. Fujifilm FinePix S specs and sensor info: 1/inch (~ x mm) CCD sensor with mm diagonal and crop factor of Pixel pitch is xels: