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FujiFilm FinePix S2800HD (FinePix S2900HD): Digital Photography Review

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The Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD is, in essence, a 14MP version of the S2500HD/S2600HD which uses the same 28-420mm equivalent zoom lens and 3.0" LCD. It offers standard 720p HD video recording alongside features such as AF tracking and Panorama Shooting mode, and is powered by AA batteries.

Body type SLR-like (bridge)
Max resolution 4288 x 3216
Effective pixels 14 megapixels
Sensor size 1/2.3" (6.17 x 4.55 mm)
Sensor type CCD
ISO Auto, Auto (800), Auto (400), 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600 (3200 & 6400 with boost)
Focal length (equiv.) 28–504 mm
Max aperture F3.1–5.6
Articulated LCD Fixed
Screen size 3″
Screen dots 230,000
Max shutter speed 1/2000 sec
Format Motion JPEG
Storage types SD/SDHC, Internal
USB USB 2.0 (480 Mbit/sec)
Weight (inc. batteries) 437 g (0.96 lb / 15.41 oz)
Dimensions 110 x 74 x 82 mm (4.33 x 2.91 x 3.23″)

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Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD Digital Camera Review

FeaturesHandlingPerformanceVerdictSpecification
Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD review by ePHOTOzine member Keith Henson.
Fujifilm's new S Series camera falls into the category often referred to as a Bridge Camera. It's a step beyond being a straight forward point and shoot compact but doesn't quite have the ultimate freedom of a full blown SLR. However, if you're in the market for just such a camera, then you'd be a fool not to consider a Fujifilm, as this is an area at which they normally excel.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: Features For your money you're getting a 14mp CCD sensor coupled to a 18x zoom which is a 35mm equivalent of 28-420mm. All the shooting modes of an SLR with Aperture/Shutter priorities, Manual and Program plus Fujifilm's Scene Recognition Auto, Scene Position Mode and Panorama. The S2800HD also captures HD video at 720p. There's the usual Face, Smile and even Blink Detection, Macro and Super-Macro and a even a viewfinder, albeit an electronic one (EVF). Fujifilm have also included a Live Histogram, Dual ISO/Sensor Image Stabilisation and much more besides.

There's a lot to play with.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: Handling The S2800HD looks for all the world like a mini-SLR, in fact it appears on the Fujifilm website on their super-zoom DSLR page. It feels and looks well built and fits naturally into the hand; you immediately feel confident and comfortable with it. The Shooting Mode dial is on top, where you'd expect it to be along with the lens zoom control, Continuous Shutter Speed Settings button, Face-Detection on/off and the On/Off switch. On the rear is a 3in 230,000 dot LCD screen and the Function buttons including Exposure Compensation, Macro, Flash and an F-Mode Menu button, which is basically a short cut to a short menu, the most useful of which is the ISO settings. The batteries (4xAA) and memory card (SD/SDHC) are accessed from the base. In short everything is pretty much where you'd expect it to be.

Start up time is a little under two seconds and here's the first problem for the S2800HD. It's a minor problem, maybe no more than a niggle. The lens cap is a plastic pop-on type and you have the option of tethering it by a piece of string. If you don't like the idea of your lens cap dangling like a medallion, then you simply choose to keep it in your pocket or, as will one day happen, you turn the camera on in a hurry, the lens pops the cover off and it vanishes into the wind. I did say it was a minor niggle. So is the fact that you can't leave the camera switched on and replace the lens cap.

The menu is easy to access and understand and it changes depending on what is available in your chosen shooting mode and here is the second niggle. Whenever you make a change to a particular setting it kicks you back to the view screen and that can become annoying.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD Key features: Click on the thumbnail for the larger image.
 
The Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD runs on four AA batteries.   The camera is 800mm in depth.
 
The 18x zoom is a 35mm equivalent of 28-420mm.   On the rear there is a 3in 230,000 dot LCD screen.
Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: Performance The first big surprise from the S2800HD comes from the ISO performance – it's pretty impressive for a little camera. All the way up to ISO800 the sensor manages to keep things together, yes there's some degradation but nowhere near what I was expecting. At ISO1600, you get the sense that a touch of in-camera noise reduction is taking place and you can see the lack of sharpness falling away but it does manage to provide a level of usefulness that can equal many of its grown up SLR rivals. At ISO3200 and 6400 you lose 11Mps and pretty much any usable detail. It's a software induced makeshift but at least it's there if you just have to have a record shot. Colours are produced faithfully and the wide gamut results in subtle graduations being rendered without any blocking occurring. The Auto White Balance handles most situations and for those tricky conditions or where colour rendition is critical, there is a Custom Balance.
Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD White-balance test: Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
 
Auto white-balance in incandescent lighting.   Incandescent preset in incandescent lighting.
 
Auto white-balance in fluorescent lighting.   Fluorescent preset in fluorescent lighting.
Out and about the S2800HD was a pleasure to use, once you got used to some of its foibles. Firstly, I found that it tended to over-expose slightly when in Multi-point Metering with the lens at its widest. Personally I preferred to use Aperture Priority with a touch of Exposure Compensation. The frustrating thing was only having the choice of f/3.1 or f/6.4, f/11 only becomes available at the long end of the lens via a two stop in-camera ND filter, so anybody wanting to get a bit more depth to their wide angle work is going to be disappointed. Even in Manual, although I can use a shutter speed anything from 8 secs to 1/2000 sec, I can still only choose from the two apertures.

However, live with that and the images have great colour reproduction with a very good dynamic range, just don't go thinking of printing those 14mp too large and expect to be able to see a lot of detail past your focus point. You get the impression that perhaps the designers of the S2800HD had people and faces in mind rather than landscapes. To achieve a smaller aperture – I managed f/7.1 – you have to switch to Landscape Mode.

An interesting feature of this camera is Panorama Mode. You start with the first shot and then the camera will give you two marks to line up. Once you've lined them up, the camera takes the next shot in a series of three. In theory, no tripod is needed and what's more, the camera will process all three shots to give you the panorama.

In practice it's very easy to use but there are a couple of limitations. Firstly, you have to choose your starting point and framing carefully as you can only shoot left to right and only in landscape format. This means having to allow for the inevitable cropping that will occur from top and bottom. Secondly, moving objects can be a problem as can a wide variation in light as the camera clearly sets the exposure from the first shot, which can result in a panorama that goes from correct to over-exposed across the frame. Learn to live with these limitations and Panorama is a mode with which you can have some fun.

Contrasty scenes are handled to an acceptable level although the lens can exhibit flare when faced with direct or near direct light. Chromatic Aberration was non-existent throughout.

Like most other cameras in the S2800HD's category it has a Macro Mode, accessed via the Macro Function button on the rear of the camera or as I tested, the Auto Scene Recognition Mode. True enough, once I placed the camera about an inch from the subject it immediately flashed up the macro symbol on screen.

Focusing at this distance proved a little hit and miss and meant having to recompose and move back and forth until the lens locked on and I never really got to grips with it. Perhaps with a bit more time things may have become easier but initial experience was not good even though results were acceptable, despite using a relatively wide lens and aperture. One other drawback is the pop-up flash mounted on top of the camera. With the lens so close to the subject the flash casts a shadow of the lens across the bottom of the frame and this is why in Super-Macro Mode, the flash is de-activated by default.

Under normal circumstances the flash copes well and coupled with SR-Auto adjusts to the situation pretty intelligently...to a point. Having set Portrait Mode and Auto Flash the camera gave me 1/12 sec at f/5.0 at ISO400. I'm guessing that some users will struggle if the camera is not going to start working out some more realistic shutter speeds, as even with flash, 1/12 on an equivalent focal length of about 100mm is going to cause some users problems.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD Performance: Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
 
Landscape mode.   Macro mode.
 
(Above) Aperture Priority with Exposure Compensation.

(Right) Portrait mode with auto flash.

 

 
Lens Performance As I've already stated Fujinon make good lenses. The 18x zoom on the S2800HD has a maximum aperture at 28mm of f/3.1 and f/5.6 at the 420mm end. So not astounding but just about where it would be on a middle of the range SLR lens from any of the major brands.

Tripod mounted and with an aperture of f/6.4 and the in-camera sharpening set at standard the results look fairly good on initial inspection. Centre frame and detail levels and sharpness stand up but at the edges that falls apart fairly rapidly. At around the 100mm mark things have improved and there's more uniformity across the image. By 420mm that across the image parity is still there but I did expect a bit of a crisper finish from the Fujifilm non lens and again, that shutter speed of 1/200 sec may not have been enough for some users without a tripod.

So to get the very best from this lens, in fact the camera as a whole, the user will have to choose when to step in and give the camera some assistance in the choice of shutter, aperture and iso speeds.

On the plus side, the focusing worked quickly, even the Auto Tracking Modes and you can combine that with a choice of iso and sensor image stabilisation or use both together. Tracking moving objects also becomes much easier when you switch to the electronic viewfinder with it set at 60fps.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD Lens quality: Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
 
Wide-angle lens test.   Full zoom lens test.
Panoramic.
Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: Verdict It's a good little camera that you have to accept the limitations of. If it's a DSLR in miniature that you're after then you may well be disappointed but if it's a compact with a few more creative possibilities and your budget is less than £200, then this just may be the camera for you because it seems to work best with a lot of user input. However, the S2800HD falls into a market that contains the Nikon Coolpix L110, the Pentax X90 and Olympus SP600 UZ - not forgetting Fujifilm's own stable of cameras that are not so far removed from their new S series brother in specification or price. This pitches it against some very stiff competition and it will need to continue to be competitively priced to compete as there is probably little to seperate the S2800HD from the cameras mentioned above.

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: ProsBuild QualityISO performanceFeatures

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: ConsLens PerformanceSome Shooting Modes can feel restrictiveMenu Ergonomics

Fujifilm Finepix S2800HD: Specification
Price £190
What comes in the box 4 x AA Alkaline batteries, USB/AV cable, Shoulder strap, Lens cap Manual booklet, Warranty card and CD-ROM
Contact fujifilm.co.uk
Lens Fujinon 18x optical zoom lens, f/3.1 - f/5.6, 5.0 - 75.0mm, equivalent to 28 - 420mm on a 35mm camera
Resolution 14.0Mp
Sensor type 1/2.3-inch CCD
LCD Monitor 3.0-inch, approx. 230,000 dots, colour LCD monitor
Focusing system Single AF, Continuous AF
File format JPEG
ISO sensitivity ISO64 - 6400
Metering modes Mode Dial: SR AUTO, Auto, P, S, A, M, Custom, Movie, Panorama, SP SP: Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night (Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Natural Light, Natural Light & with Flash, Beach, Party, Flower, Text, Smile, Zoom Braketing
White balance Automatic scene recognition Preset: Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light, Custom
Shutter speed range (Auto mode) 1/4sec. to 1/2000sec. (All other modes) 8sec. to 1/2000sec., (with mechanical shutter)
Exposure modes Programmed AE, Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE, Manual
Media type SD / SDHC
Interface USB
Power 4x AA type alkaline batteries (included) 4x AA type Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (sold separately) 4x AA type lithium batteries (sold separately) DC coupler CP-04 with AC power adapter AC-5VX (sold separately)
Size (WxHxD) 107.5 x 72.5 x 80.0mm
Weight 337g
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FinePix S2800HD / S2900HD | Fujifilm Global

Model name

FinePix S2800HD / S2900HD

Number of effective pixels *1 CCD sensor Storage media
  • Internal memory (Approx. 23MB)
  • SD memory card
  • SDHC memory card *2
File format still image movie

AVI (Motion JPEG) with sound

sound

WAVE format, Monaural sound(Design rule for Camera File system compliant / DPOF-compatible)

Number of recorded pixels

Still image:L : (4:3) 4288 x 3216 / (3:2) 4288 x 2864 / (16:9) 4288 x 2416M : (4:3) 3072 x 2304 / (3:2) 3072 x 2048 / (16:9) 3072 x 1728S : (4:3) 2048 x 1536 / (3:2) 2048 x 1360 / (16:9) 1920 x 1080

Lens name

Fujinon 18x Optical zoom lens

focal length

f=5.0 - 90.0 mm, equivalent to 28 - 504mm on a 35 mm camera

full-aperture

F3.1(Wide) / F5.6(Telephoto)

Digital zoom Aperture

F3.1 / F6.4(Wide), F5.6 / F11(Telephoto)

Focus distance(from lens surface) Normal
  • Wide : Approx. 40cm / 1.3ft. to infinity
  • Telephoto : Approx. 2.5m / 8.2ft. to infinity
Macro
  • Wide: Approx. 5cm - 3.0m / 2.0in. - 9.8ft.
  • Telephoto: Approx. 1.8m - 3.0m /5.9ft. - 9.8ft
Super Macro
  • Approx. 2cm - 100cm /0.8in.- 3.3ft.
Sensitivity

Auto / Auto(400) / Auto(800) / Equivalent to ISO 64 / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200* / 6400* (Standard Output Sensitivity)

Exposure control

TTL 256-zones metering;Spot, Multi, Average

Exposure mode

Programmed AE, Shutter Priority AE, Apeture Priority AE, Manual

Shooting modes SP

Natural Light, Natural Light & with Flash, Zoom Bracketing, Smile, Portrait, Landscape, Sport, Night, Night(Tripod), Fireworks, Sunset, Snow, Beach, Party, Flower, Text

MODE DIAL

SR AUTO, AUTO, P, S, A, M, Custom, Movie, Panorama, SP

Image stabilizer Face detection Exposure compensation

-2.0EV - +2.0EV 1/3EV step

Shutter speed

(Auto mode) 1/4sec. to 1/2000sec., (All other modes) 8sec. to 1/2000sec. with mechanical shutter

Continuous shooting

TOP-3 : up to 1.2fps; max. 3framesTOP-10 : up to 3.3fps; max. 10frames; size (M)TOP-20 : up to 8fps; max. 20frames; size (S)LAST-3 : up to 1.2fps; last 3frames recordedLONG PERIOD : up to 1.2fps; maximum number of frames varies with image size and available memory

Auto Bracketing

AE bracketing (±1/3EV, ±2/3EV,±1EV)

Focus

Mode : Single AF, continuous AFType : TTL contrast AF, AF assist illuminator availableAF frame selection : Center, Multi, Area, Tracking

White balance

Auto, Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light1 (Daylight), Fluorescent light 2(Warm White), Fluorescent light3 (Cool White), Incandescent light, Custom

Self-timer

Approx. 10sec. / 2sec. Delay

Flash

Auto flashEffective range : (ISO AUTO)

Normal
  • Wide : Approx. 40cm - 8.0m / 1.3ft. - 26.2ft.
  • Telephoto : Approx. 2.5m - 4.4m / 8.2ft. - 14.4 ft.
Macro
  • Wide : Approx. 30cm - 3.0m / 1ft. - 9.8ft.
  • Telephoto : Approx. 1.8m - 3.0m / 5.9ft. - 9.8ft.
Flash modes

Red-eye removal OFF : Auto, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro.Red-eye removal ON : Red-eye Reduction Auto, Red-eye Reduction & Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Red-eye Reduction & Slow Synchro.

Hot shoe Electronic Viewfinder

0.2-in., 200k-dot color LCD viewfinder Approx. 97% (shooting), 100% (playback)

LCD monitor

3.0-inch, Approx. 230,000 dots, color LCD monitor, Approx. 97% (shooting), 100% (playback)

Movie recording

1280 (1280x720 : HD) / 640 (640x480 : VGA) / 320 (320x240 : QVGA), 30frames/sec.with monaural sound

  • * Zoom function can be used during movie recording.
Shooting functions

Instant zoom, Face Detection with red-eye removal, Framing guideline, blink detection, frame No. memory, histogram display, motion panorama,

Playback functions

Face Detection, red-eye removal, multi-frame playback with micro thumbnail, cropping, resize, slide show, image rotation, voice memo, histogram display, exposure warning Photobook Assist, image search, favorites

Other functions

PictBridge, Exif Print, PRINT Image Matching II, 31 Languages, Time difference, Silent mode, FinePix color, battery dischage, auto image rotation playback

Terminal Video output Digital interface HD output Power supply

4xAA type alkaline batteries (included) / 4xAA type Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (sold separately) / 4xAA type lithium batteries (sold separately) / DC coupler CP-04 with AC power adapter AC-5VX (sold separately)

Dimensions

110.2(W) x 73.4(H) x 81.4(D) mm / 4.3(W) x 2.9(H) x 3.2(D) in. (excluding accessories and attachments)

Weight

Approx. 341g / 12.0oz. (excluding accessories, battery and memory card)Approx. 437g / 15.4oz. (including accessories, batteries and memory card)

Operating Temperature Operating Humidity

80% or less (no condensation)

Guide to the number of available frames for battery operation

Alkaline batteries : Approx. 300framesNi-MH rechargeable batteries : Approx. 500framesLithium batteries : Approx. 700frames

Accessories included

AA type Alkaline batteries(x4)Shoulder strapLens cap and Lens cap cordUSB-A/V cableCD-ROMBasic Manual

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Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD - Pocket-lint

We’ve had manufacturers such as Panasonic with its pioneering incorporation of ever-larger zooms into increasingly slim compact camera bodies that will fit in your pocket. At the other end of the spectrum there are the big zoom models that resemble DSLRs in nearly all respects – apart from the fact that the lens on the front cannot be swapped. Falling in between the two camps is the new 14 megapixel Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD, which offers a focal range equivalent to a wide angle 28-504mm in 35mm film terms, which is impressive.

Yes, like those 24x, 30x and 35x optical zoom models, such as its own acclaimed FinePix HS10 and Canon’s PowerShot SX30 IS, the S2800HD does resemble a DSLR in its design. But unlike them it’s much, much smaller – if still a squeeze for all but a deep jacket pocket, even with lens fully retracted. Official dimensions are 110.2 x 73.4 x 81.4mm and weight is a manageable 337g, four AA batteries good for 300 shots inserted into the base of the handgrip plus optional SD card lending it a solid feel when gripped. We didn’t mind that the battery compartment is shared with the one for the card, except when we were trying to retrieve our card. This forced us to cup a hand around the batteries to stop them falling out every time. 

As a concession it’s fortunate that as diminutive as the S2800HD’s bodywork is the price. This JPEG-only shooting, 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor sporting model doesn’t cost much more than a conventional 3x or 4x snapper. So, is the world’s smallest 18x zoom camera really the £150 bargain it seems?

A thumb flick of the on/off power switch located just behind the shutter release button and encircling zoom lever activates the S2800HD. The camera readies itself for the first capture in around 2 seconds, which is standard for its class. The “HD” model number suffix indicates that it shoots high-def video clips, though here they’re at 1280 x 720 pixels rather than the Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution.

On paper the full extent of the optical zoom can be used when filming, which is good, though in practice the integral microphone does pick up the mechanical buzz of the lens adjusting as the zoom lever is nudged. Whilst this isn’t overly off-putting, we did find the S2800 very slow to automatically regain focus if we adjusted the zoom while recording; the result being that we constantly had footage go blurred for a moment or two. In combination this was enough to put us off adjusting the zoom at all whilst filming, and of course there’s no manual ring with which to alternatively adjust focus by hand, which felt like a missed opportunity.

That said a mini HDMI output port is provided, which is again good for the price. This is unobtrusively hidden along with combined AV and USB port under a plastic flap on one flank. The actual cable for hooking up to a flat panel TV inevitably costs extra.

Shooting at the telephoto end of such a large-ish zoom also introduces the possibility – one may say inevitability – of camera shake when doing so. In an attempt to prevent this, the S2800HD features the “belt” of sensor shift image stabilisation plus the “braces” of ISO/shutter speed-boosting digital anti shake. Like others of its ilk, Fujifilm’s blur prevention system proves only partially successful and at times we needed two or three attempts to get a sharp image when shooting handheld at maximum zoom. Again though, this was not unexpected, and we had similar issues when shooting with the 35x Canon PowerShot SX30 IS, which yes has a longer lens reach but is also more than twice the S2800HD’s price. So we don’t feel we can grumble too loudly. 

The S2800HD, like most superzoom models, incorporates a pop-up flash, here without the option of also adding an accessory flash, as there’s no provided hotshoe. Again, what do you expect for the price? For those who do want to attempt naturalistic low light photography however, we do get a broader than average light sensitivity range, starting as low as ISO 64 and extending up to a maximum ISO 6400, albeit with a resolution drop to help limit the appearance of possible image noise/grain at ISO 3200 and above. 

These ISO options are located with a press of the camera’s “F” (for “Foto”) button, a regular Fujifilm shortcut to key settings, such as image quality and colour effects, rather than being offered as an option within the more expansive menu screens. They work well, and though ISO 1600 is distinctly gritty in appearance at full resolution, the pixel drop at ISO 3200 results in a cleaner image, so it’s only really at top whack ISO 6400 that we’re both losing detail and getting an intrusively grainy appearance. Fujifilm has also included a couple of optimised night shooting modes among its regular scene modes located via the chunky top plate mode wheel, that, if used with a tripod or a flat steady surface, managed to deliver cleaner results than we expected – particularly so from a £150 camera.

Pictures and video are composed via the S2800HD’s 3-inch fixed backplate LCD or tiny electronic viewfinder (EVF) above, with a switch enabling the user to instantly switch from using one to the other falling under the thumb or thereabouts when gripping the camera. Because of this positioning we accidentally triggered the switch-over on a number of occasions, which proved frustrating. Neither viewfinder option offers a particularly high resolution nor searing sharp clarity, the main screen a standard 230k dots and the EVF above a lesser 200k. Sometimes it’s more a case of point and hope than point and shoot – harsh winter light (or low interior light) particularly affecting screen visibility, though brightness can be auto adjusted, whilst the EVF’s image is simply so small and fuzzy that we didn’t find ourselves using it that often.

As this camera is surprisingly affordable given its outward appearance of sophistication, we weren’t expecting image quality to be any great shakes – and to an extent that is true. Don’t expect crisper results than your average £100+ snapper would deliver and you won’t be disappointed. Come to the S2800HD expecting photography on a par with a physically larger superzoom compact at twice the price and you will be. It’s good but it’s not that good.

Though admittedly we were shooting with the FinePix across some particularly dull winter days, default colour settings were slightly cool for our tastes and were occasionally affected by a blue-ish daylight colour cast. Also, when shooting at maximum wide angle, barrel distortion/fish eye effect can be quite pronounced – more noticeable when shooting the clean would-be straight lines of man-made structures – plus, there is some softening of detail towards the corners of the frame and more pronounced pixel fringing between areas of high contrast. Not a perfect showing by the S2800HD by any means then, although as we noted earlier we were surprised by the good results achievable with a steady surface in low light without flash when compared to lesser rivals.

Verdict

OK, so whilst you cannot change the lens on the front of the S2800HD, like you can with a DSLR or compact system camera, like all superzooms the pitch here is that with this broad a focal range on offer, why would you want to anyway? For those who are more inclined to point and shoot anyway and hope to achieve reasonable results with the minimum of fuss, the Fujifilm will prove to be an able tool. As it will for any amateur snapper looking to extend their framing and compositional options beyond the usual, 3x, 4x or 5x zooms in this price bracket.

In summation then, whilst it’s not the camera to cause a photo enthusiast’s palms to sweat, if you can track down the Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD for a street price in the region of £150-170 you’ll be getting something of a bargain.

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Fujifilm S2800HD Finepix CCD 14 Mp Kompakt Dijital Fotoğraf Makinesi en ucuz fiyat

Genel Özellikler
Çözünürlük : 14 Mp Maksimum Çözünürlük : 4288x2448 px Kamera / Lens Türü : Kompakt Sensör Tipi : CCD Resim Formatı : JPEG Beyaz Ayarı : Otomatik - Gün Işığı - Güneşli - Florasan Pil Durumu : Lithium Ion Pil Tipi : Pilli Renk Seçenekleri : Siyah Yükseklik : 110 mm Genişlik : 73 mm Derinlik : 81 mm
Hafıza Özellikleri
Hafıza Kartı Tipi : Secure Digital (SD) - Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
Ekran Özellikleri
LCD Panel Boyutu : 3" Flaş Özellikleri Flaş Tipi : Dahili Flaş Flaş Modları : Kırmızı Göz Engelleyici - Otomatik ISO Derecelendirme : Otomatik - 64 - 100 - 200 - 400 - 800 - 1600 - 3200 - 6400
Bağlantı Özellikleri
Bağlantı Özellikleri : USB Video Özellikleri Video Özellikleri : Video Kaydetme Video Çözünürlüğü : 1280x720 px Video Hızı (Fps) : 30 fps Zoom Özellikleri Fokus Özellikleri : Otomatik Fokus
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Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD megazoom fotoğraf makinesi : Fujifilm 18x optik zoomlu Fujinon objektif ile küçük ve hafif bir gövdeye sahip yeni Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD dijital fotoğraf makinesini duyurdu. Yeni Fujifilm S2800HD dijital fotoğraf makinesinin 14 megapiksel görüntü çözünürlüğü ve 720p HD kalitesinde video kayıt ve Full 1080p HD kalitesinde fotoğraf çekim fonksiyonu gibi zengin özellikleri bulunuyor. Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD dijital fotoğraf makinesinin ait olduğu Fujifilm S-Serisi modeller geniş optik zoom yetenekleri ve kompakt kamera seviyesindeki kolay kullanımı özellikleri ile öne çıkıyorlar. 14 megapiksellik Fujifilm S2800HD fotoğraf makinesi 28 - 504mm 18x optik zoom Fujinon objektife sahip.Fujifilm FinePix S2800HDFujifilm FinePix S2800HD ve 28 - 504mm Fujinon zoom objektifYeni Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD megazoom fotoğraf makinesinin 35mm fotoğrafçılık eşdeğeri 28mm - 504mm odak uzaklık değerlerine sahip yüksek hassasiyette bir Fujinon optik zoom objektifi bulunuyor. Bu odak uzaklık değerleri sinematik manzara çekimlerinden doğal hayat çekimlerine kadar geniş bir perspektifte fotoğraf çekimine imkan tanıyor. Fujifilm S2800HD fotoğraf makinesi Fujifilm'in yeni Panoramik çekim modu sayesinde kullanıcıların sadece deklanşöre basarak birleşik görüntülerden oluşan geniş manzara fotoğraflarını kolaylıkla çekmelerini sağlıyor.Fujifilm S2800HDFujifilm S2800HD Çift Görüntü SabitleyiciFujifilm FinePix S2800HD dijital fotoğraf makinesi en uzun odak uzaklık değerlerinin kullanıldığı çekimlerde ya da en zorlu aydınlatma ve ışık koşullarında dahi keskin netlikte sorunsuz görüntüler üretiyor. Fujifilm'in Çift Görüntü Sabitleme Teknolojisi hem çekim yapan kullanıcının elinin sarsıntısından ve hem de çekim yapılan nesnelerin hareketinden kaynaklanan bulanıklık etkilerini minimum seviyeye indiriyor. Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD dijital fotoğraf makinesinde fotoğraf çekiminin yanı sıra 1080p fotoğraf ve 720p HD kalitesinde video kayıt özellikleri de mevcut. Kameranın HDMI çıkışı sayesinde kaydedilen görüntüler HD Ready televizyonlarda keyifle izlenebiliyor.S2800HDFujifilm S2800 dijital kamera ile yüksek kalitede portre çekimleriFujifilm'in FinePix S2800HD modelinde Yüz Algılama teknolojisine eklemiş olduğu Gülümseme ve Kapalı Göz çekim modları sayesinde fotoğraf karesinde gülümseyen yüzleri çekmek garanti altına alınırken insanların gözlerinin kapalı çıkmasının da önüne geçilmiş.FinePix S2800HDFujifilm FinePix S2800HD başlıca özellikleri• 14 megapiksel CCD sensör (1/2.3 inç)• Fujinon 18x optik zoom obhektif (28 - 420mm)• 3.0 inç LCD ekran• 1080p HD fotoğraf ve 720p HD kalitesinde video kayıt• ISO 6400'e varan ışık hassasiyeti (düşük çözünürlükte)• Gülümseme ve Kapalı Göz modlarıyla Yüz Algılama Teknolojisi• SR Auto (otomatik Sahne Tanıma)• Tamamen manuel çekim modu• AF Takipk otomatik netleme• Otomatik Panorama Modu, Görüntü Arama, otomatik Döndürme• 4 x AA pil ile çalışabilme• Boyutlar: 110.2 (g) x 73.4 (y) x 81.4 (e) mm• Ağırlık: 337 gram (batarya ve hafıza kartı hariç) Fujifilm S2800HD Finepix 14 Mp 3" CCD Dijital Fotoğraf Makinesi

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