Conclusion: The FinePix F810 Zoom is a very classy camera ideal for the serious photographer wanting a 'carry anywhere' companion to an SLR. The design, built and speed of operation are superb, and the range of controls comprehensive. Even more importantly, all the everyday photographic functions are easily accessible via external controls or fast, well-designed menus. The 32.5-130mm lens offers more versatility than the more common 38-115mm equiv.
Pros: Excellent resolution in 12MP mode, very good in 6MP mode, Vivid, vibrant colors, Low noise, ISO 800 setting (only 3MP, but low noise), Clean, sharp results, Excellent photographic controls, Useful 32.5 - 130mm zoom range wider than normal, Fast start-up, very low shutter lag, Program shift function, Superb build and handling, Good flash performance, Excellent movie mode, Fast file writing (>2MB/s), Fast, reliable focus, RAW mode (though see cons, below), Comprehensive...
Cons: No control over quality (JPEG) settings at 6MP, Slightly high contrast - cannot be changed in-camera, Tendency towards slight underexposure (exposes for highlights), 6MP images look over sharpened (changing sharpness setting helps slightly), 4-shot limit in continuous mode, Purple fringing at wideangle, Maximum F5.6 aperture at tele end (can lead to camera shake), RAW converter offers no control, RAW mode offers no quality advantage, Screen can be hard to see in very ...
Excerpt: : $800 : 5 stars : The Fujifilm FinePix F810 was a love at first sight experience for . It sports an all-metal body of sensible dimensions, full manual over-ride if Auto insults the photographic intelligence, a reasonable optical viewfinder and a superb LCD screen. The essentials — white balance, exposure and focus — are exemplary. And, in addition to all that the F810 has a trick up its sleeve.
Pros: It is immediately obvious that this is not going to suit the photographer whose primary display intention is the print. Images will have to be severely cropped to fit standard paper sizes. But for those, like dpexpert , who turn a lot of images into TV slide shows on DVD using either Memories on TV or Nero, this camera is an excellent purpose-built tool. : The stunning resolution from the 6.3 megapixel (12 mp interpolated) sensor means that even with cropping big prin...
Cons: It is immediately obvious that this is not going to suit the photographer whose primary display intention is the print. Images will have to be severely cropped to fit standard paper sizes. But for those, like dpexpert , who turn a lot of images into TV slide shows on DVD using either Memories on TV or Nero, this camera is an excellent purpose-built tool. Like this : The stunning resolution from the 6.3 megapixel (12 mp interpolated) sensor means that even with croppin...
Summary: The Fujifilm FinePix F810 is a very intuitive and well designed compact digital camera that will please both beginners and more advanced photographers alike. The The Fujifilm FinePix F810 has a full range of creative photographic options that will allow you take more control as your experience increases - its refreshing to see this on a compact digicam.
Summary: Utilising the same optics and sensor technology as the impressive E550, the FinePix F810 produces almost identical results. However, with traditional photo printing on the wane and this camera’s preference for wider images, the F810 is an excellent choice, particularly if you have a wide-screen TV
Summary: Fujifilm's second 'widescreen' F-series camera, the F810 Zoom sports a new 6.3-megapixel Super CCD HR sensor which can deliver interpolated pictures with 4048 x 3040 pixels. The widescreen function appears to work by cropping the top and bottom of the frame. The F810 offers P, A, S and M shooting modes and RAW capture but many settings (widescreen, digital zoom, burst mode and ISO 800) are disabled when RAW is selected, and the conversion software is primitive and slow.
Pros: Raw images have excellent quality, Four continuous shooting modes, 4x optical zoom lens, Supplied with docking station
Cons: Viewfinder coverage is only 77%, Some stuck pixels in long exposures, Exposures favour shadow detail [BG05]
Summary: Alt i alt må Fuji Finepix F810 beskrives som et skridt fremad, hvad angår billedkvalitet. Det har hjulpet gevaldigt, at man har fået en ISO 80 og 100 i spil i modsætning til tidligere, hvor ISO 200 var den laveste. Til gengæld er det lidt overraskende, at billedstøjen er blevet mere markant ved høje ISO-værdier. Dette er dog ikke noget større problem, da man jo bare kan stille kameraet fast på ISO 80 eller 100.
Pros: Lav billedstøj ved ISO 80 og 100, Reaktionhurtigt, Fin videofunktion, Fuldt udvalg af manuelle funktioner, Fin LCD-skærm
Cons: Mere billedstøj ved høje ISO-værdier end tidligere, Batterikapaciteten kunne være bedre, Kun mono-lyd på video-optagelser, Længste lukkertid "kun" 3 sekunder, Blitzen skal poppes op manuelt
Excerpt: Le FinePix F810 a une particularité, il est orienté photo panoramique ! L'écran LCD au format 16/9 (2,1"), le mode de prise de vue panoramique, l'objectif 32-130 mm et le design de l'appareil en témoignent. Bénéficiant d'un capteur Super CCD HR de 6 millions de pixels, le FinePix F810 produit des images d'une très grande qualité, notamment dans le rendu des couleurs. Malheureusement, comme souvent chez Fuji, la compression JPEG est un poil trop élevé.
Pros: L'écran panoramique, rendu des couleurs, Bonne finition