Fuji digital camera review - Top camera phone 2011
Fuji Digital Camera Review
- A camera that records and stores digital images
- a camera that encodes an image digitally and store it for later reproduction
- A digital camera (also digicam or camera for short) is a camera that takes video or still photographs, or both, digitally by recording images via an electronic image sensor.
- Usually captures images with the help of a CCD chip. The image data received is then saved to special memory cards or other storage media. (SmartMedia, xD-Picture Card, Compact Flash, Memory Stick, SD Card, MMC Card)
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- an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
- an extinct volcano in south central Honshu that is the highest peak in Japan; last erupted in 1707; famous for its symmetrical snow-capped peak; a sacred mountain and site for pilgrimages
- Toshiro Misawa, also known as Fuji, is a comic book superhero in the Stormwatch series, first appearing in Stormwatch #1. He has immense size and strength as well as the ability to control the density of his body granted by his containment suit.
- shrubby Japanese cherry tree having pale pink blossoms
fuji digital camera review - FinePix Z90
FinePix Z90 with Mini Tripod, Carry Case and 4GB SD Card
FUJI PHOTO FILM USA FinePix Z90 with Mini Tripod,Carry Case and 4GB SDCardThe Fuji 16125864 KIT comes with a FinePixZ90 14MP Blue Digital Camera, small camera case,4GB SDHC card and a mini tripod. (Small camera case designed to accommodate camera and SDHC card only.) The FinePix Z90 digital camera is packed fullof fun and easy-to use features. It houses an innovative 3 inch wide LCD touch screen that automatically rotates the display to portrait or landscapeview. This stylish compact body incorporates the award-winning Fujinon lens with 5x zoom, 14 megapixels and digital image stabilization. With the ability to capture both photos and movies in high-definition 16:9 format, the FinePix Z90 lets you discover the impact of full-screen HDTV image display.With Motion Panorama the camera automatically stitches together three consecutive shots creating a stunning wide-scale image. Plus it features image selection and editing functions that make it easierthan ever to upload video clips or still photos to YouTube and Facebook sites.
my newest new camera: LZ10
i just received my new p&s pocket cam, a panasonic LZ10. sure it's a year-old model, but i haven't had a compact cam since my canon s230 IS (that was about $360 new, 3.2MP, 3X zoom, and about seven years ago). just running it thru some tests and its paces to see how it can perform for me. first, it is a 30-150mm equiv, not bad at all. i'm sure i would've gotten a Pany TZ5 if i had the cheddar (about $360 USD). i shot this using the beautiful 16:9 ratio. it has 848 x 480, but no zoom while shooting. oh well. first impressions, i can't believe how well these JPEG files retain their shadows. i haven't ever owned a digital that holds shadow detail & tones so well. not even the nikon D80, D300, or D700 dSLR's can match it. my biggest problem is lack of aperture ranges. the full manual controls are solid, even some EV and bracketing. but not all the bells & whistles of top P&S cams (no HDR in-camera, no pano stitching in-camera, few color modes, and intelligent Auto seems to really suck). overall, the AWB is pretty decent, as are the presets. in full daylight, colors are rich & lush. great greens for grass. in low-light, even ISO 200 has some fairly present noise. but i could easily manage using ISO 400 under most situations. ISO 800 can be very good or very noisy. mostly (just like any other camera), if you 'nail' exposure you can get decent, and very useable results from ISO 800. but in very dark situations, your only real option is to go with a long exposure. the aperture is just too slow to balance out. i got this Panasonic DMC-LZ10 with a fast 4GB Panasonic SD card and free shipping for just over $100. i think this camera will or already is discontinued. but i certainly couldn't afford the Sony WX1, Fuji 70EXR, or Pany TZ5. so, i am immensely happy to have a pocket cam that can always travel with me! yay! ----- weaknesses?---- - slow aperture, no zoom while shooting video, lack of manual exposure ranges to adjust (fastest shutter is 1/1000 at wide end). oh yeah, biggest weakness? it eats batteries like a sumo wrestler at a dollar menu restaurant. seriously, i went thru three sets of "AA"'s shooting just over 300 pics in about 4 hours. those were Maha 2700's, eneloops, and duracell alkalines. yes, i am serious. batteries ALL so dead, my camera wouldn't turn on during my bus ride home. i mean, dead like disco. sigh.
my new toy
...for the next few weeks. This is my friend's camera that I will be using to take her wedding photos with on her special day. Although this isn't a dSLR, it's got many features that are similar to one, and is my first time using an upscale digital camera. My review thus far (haven't quite figured out all the features yet, but still experimenting): Pros: *LOVE the zoom! I think it's about 10.7x optical zoom, which is friggin' AMAZING! (ok, bear with me, I only have a 3x zoom on my camera, so this is pretty cool). *macro AND super macro mode! (that's one of the features lacking on my camera that I am totally envious of and main reason for getting a dSLR. I simply love the dof and bokeh that dSLR creates!). *image stabilization rocks! *pretty small and light and still fits in my purse! *goes up to iso1600! Cons *Perhaps it is because I am still unfamilar with what AF setting to use under different lightings, but with this camera, after you adjust the AF setting, you need to do a playback to see the image that you have captured.... as opposed to seeing what the setting looks like on the LCD screen before snapping the pic... (i guess it's similar to dSLRs in that aspect, but I find that quite inconvenient). *the batteries run out fairly quickly if you keep needing to view the playback. That's all that I think of it so far... I hope to be more familiar with it in time for the wedding!
fuji digital camera review
* Over-charge protection
* Over-discharge protection
* Over-heat protection
* Over-current protection
* Short-circuit protection
* High capacity circulatory function
* Low Power Consumption IC Design
* No Memory Effect
* High Charge current
Nikon Coolpix P300,
Nikon Coolpix S1000pj,
Nikon Coolpix S1100pj,
Nikon Coolpix S6000,
Nikon Coolpix S610,
Nikon Coolpix S6100,
Nikon Coolpix S610C,
Nikon Coolpix S620,
Nikon Coolpix S630,
Nikon Coolpix S710,
Nikon Coolpix S8000,
Nikon Coolpix S8100,
Nikon Coolpix S9100,
Compatible Part NO.
Nikon EN-EL12 ENEL12