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First up is the SR Auto mode, an 'auto everything' scene recognition mode that's the equivalent of Panasonic's Intelligent Auto mode. Although far from infallible - if you're not paying close attention and it's presented with a busy scene it will Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera up landscape when macro is needed and vice versa — it instantly makes the HS10 more Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera friendly. Next is the rather misleadingly named Advanced mode, which actually has three options that are well suited to all experience levels. You can see examples of this shooting mode on the Image Quality page.

Multi Motion Capture uses the same bracketing innovation to take up to 5 images of a moving subject and combine them into one composite image with multiple views of the subject.

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Conversely, Motion Remover takes Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera to 5 images, identifies anything that is moving, and produces one shot with all those subjects removed, ideal for tourist-free shots of famous landmarks. This lets you capture a panoramic image very easily without the use of a tripod.

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All you need to decide is whether you Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera like to start from left or right, top or bottom, then press and hold down the shutter release while doing a "sweep" with the camera in hand. Exposure compensation is available before you start the sweep, with the exposure fixed once you depress the shutter button.

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After you are done with the sweeping, the camera does all the processing required, and presents you with a finished panoramic image. Although undoubtedly fun, there are a few catches.


The final panorama is of relatively low resolution: Note also that if you do the sweeping too slowly, or you let go of the shutter release button too early, the panorama will be truncated. If the exposure varies throughout the scene, the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera areas will be over or under exposed, depending upon the exposure value that was chosen as the panorama was started. Finally, people and indeed anything that moves in the frame are recorded as several ghost outlines, which means that you can really only record static, empty scenes, something that Sony have solved in the latest iteration of their Sweep Panorama feature.

The Natural Light scene mode forces the HS10 to select a fast shutter speed in order to freeze subject movement more effectively, whilst setting a fast ISO speed without firing the flash for more natural results. It's an effective automatic way of taking Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera of children indoors, for example. In the similarly named Natural Light and Flash mode the camera instantly takes 2 photos, one with flash, one without, giving you the option of which one to choose later both are saved by the camera. Intelligent Flash is a rather grandiose Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera feature that is a little more specialised that its name suggests.

It essentially throttles down the flash when taking macro shots, so that the subject isn't over-exposed by a blinding white light. Integrated into the Auto shooting mode, in practice it does produce quite effective close up shots that don't suffer from over-exposure, and which exhibit much less camera-shake when you're shooting hand-held although ideally you should use a tripod for ultimate sharpness.

To the right of the shooting mode dial is a smaller command dial with a positive clicking action which is used for scrolling through features Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera captured images, and will feel immediately intuitive to anyone who has handled a DSLR before. The same dial is also used to change the aperture and shutter speed when using the more advanced shooting modes.

In the Manual mode, you hold the Exposure Compensation button down with your forefinger and give the dial a flick with your thumb to change the aperture, not as intuitive as having two separate command dials but perhaps understandable given the intended user. Otherwise the exposure compensation button works largely as you'd expect, with a visual slider graph on screen accompanied by a live histogram, a dual touch that is both unusual yet welcome. Top Side Next to the EV button is the rather innocent-looking Continuous Shooting button, which accesses another of the HS10's mouth-watering features. Choosing Top 7 or Best Frame Capture and also making sure that High-Speed Shooting is turned on in the main menu allows you to take 10 full-resolution photos at a frankly astounding 10 frames per second, which is faster than most compact cameras and indeed most DSLRs too.

The only flies in the ointment are that only 7 JPEG images or 6 RAW images out of the 10 are actually saved to the memory card, with Top 7 saving the first 7 and Best Frame Capture taking Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera from the moment that you focus and then saving up to 7 frames either before or after you press the shutter button.

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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 are also three other continuous shooting speeds where the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera HS10 shoots at slower speeds of 7, 5 or 3 frames per second. Flick this to On, and the rear LCD or electronic viewfinder — depending on which one you previously had selected — blinks into life, a process taking around two seconds, which for once is not quite as good as most DSLRs. Still, Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera Fujifilm FinePix SFS is very fast to determine focus and exposure with a half press of the shutter button.

Although JPEGs are quickly committed to memory in single-shot mode with only the briefest pause between each one, unfortunately there's a noticeable 3 second delay between the capture of one RAW file and the next during which you can't take another picture, which rather slows down the shooting experience unless you stick to the JPEG format. While some may debate whether an adjustable LCD is an essential feature or a sales gimmick, once you get used to using one it's something you find yourself missing when it's not there, proving particularly useful when holding the camera above your head or as a waist-level finder for more candid shots. The EVF also has its own dioptric correction wheel to its immediate left, which is far less stiff and physically larger than found on competing models, meaning that for the myopic adjustment can be made in a faction of Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera second.

Stepping back into the present, the HS10 features a 30x zoom for those who want to really reach out, it saves RAW image files for those who want a digital negative, Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera it has a hot shoe for those who want to mount a separate flash unit. The super versatile HS10 aims to please, and it will truly do just about anything you might possibly want it to do photographically. BUILD AND DESIGN With the introduction of the HS10 and HS11Fuji seems to be trying to build the ultimate bridge camera — that mythical all-in-one imaging device that camera designers have aspired to since the first photographers composed their static images upside down, under a dark hood, behind a very slow and remarkably heavy wooden view camera.


The HS10 is designed to be the sophisticated, easily portable, feature-rich, optically well-endowed general-use photographic tool that those old time photographers and those who followed them dreamed about. The FinePix HS10 is an attractive, relatively compact, slightly chunky digicam that looks and handles rather like a scaled down DSLR — until its big 30x zoom comes telescoping out of the lens housing. This digicam was designed to span the gap between point-and-shoot consumer digicams and entry-level digital SLRs — and in many ways the engineers at Fuji have succeeded in creating the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera all-in-one imaging device. The HS10 is robustly constructed, fit and finish are impressive, and the camera is tough enough to go just about anywhere.

Ergonomics and Controls The HS10 has all the bells and whistles users have come to expect from high-end prosumer long-zoom digicams, but it also provides an impressive level of creative flexibility. The HS10 is powered up and down by a tabbed back-and-forth switch surrounding the shutter release button — this switch has a solid tactile feel and the two click stops inspire confidence, but it is easy to forget to Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera the camera off when you put it away. The large, fairly bright 3. Fujifilm FinePix HS10 10 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 30x Wide Angle The Fujifilm FinePix HS10 is an advanced superzoom which combines a huge 30x  Screen size‎: Fujifilm FinePix HS10 Camera.

With a 30x zoom, the HS10 seems to be the ideal camera in any situation.

It delivers a big zoom range, but falls short in other areas.

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