Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix HS30EXR
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Fuji Finepix HS30 EXR
6 July 2012
Summary: The key is versatility and a mechanical 30X ultra-wide angle optical zoom lens covering 24-720mm more precisely than any of its peers is just the start. A high-speed EXR CMOS sensor capable of capturing 16 megapixels images at 8 FPS and recording 1080p HD videos pushes things further.
Pros: Mechanical ultra wide to super telephoto lens, Stellar dynamic range in EXR-DR mode, Low image noise in EXR-SN mode, Consistent sharpness except near ultra-wide, Low optical distortion, Impervious to chromatic aberrations, Good color response, Fast autofocus, Virtually no shutter-lag, Generally f...
Cons: Above average noise at full-resolution, Smudging of details at all ISO settings, Useless ISO 3200 and up, Strong edge softness at ultra-wide end of zoom, 1s Movie record delay, Shutter speed limit drops by 1 stop per ISO, Useless live-histogram, Not Exposure-Priority, Complex feature interactions...
Summary: FujiFilm is out with its new professional Digital Camera named, FinePix HS30EXR. It comes with good megapixel as well as with great zoom. Besides, it has an elegant design and enables excellent video recording too.
Pros: Great controls , Good zooming , Quite light and fairly compact , Sharp output , Articulated display