Summary: Bridge Room very interesting, the Fujifilm FinePix SL1000 offers photography enthusiasts everything they need to have a complete control on the photos and videos without having to spend a fortune to buy a DSLR, while remaining a compact and then to another level of quality.
Pros: Optical Zoom, RAW Support, Advanced Filters, Stabilizer, size and display resolution, ultra-fast autofocus; tilting display; Full HD movies; Quality Sensor, Full Manual Controls.
Summary: Thinking of a camera that lets you get close to your subjects, without getting literally too close to them? You might want to consider the Fujifilm FinePix SL1000, a super zoom camera with DSLR-like features, and a massive 50X optical zoom.
Summary: 50x zoom, raw capture and advanced features
Pros: 50x zoom, Fast aperture, JPEG + raw shooting, Great image quality, The 50x zoom, are you kidding? We loved the zoom and the lens's fast aperture. Actually, we loved the zoom and the lens's fast aperture, and raw capture. No wait, we loved the zoom and the lens's fast aperture, raw capture and the...
Cons: Tricky on/off slider, EVF eye sensor is too sensitive, JPEG + raw mode processing is a little slow, The on/off slider is temperamental and the EVF's eye sensor is too sensitive, jumping between LCD and EVF view both when the tiltable LCD is fully extended and when the camera is brought within 4 i...
Excerpt: The new breed of bridge cameras aim to give the consumer a D-SLR-like feel, but without having to spend as much. Also, these cameras don't have interchangeable lenses, so it is less of a hassle. That in mind, Fujifilm has the FinePix SL1000. Its main USP is a powerful 50x optical zoom.
Pros: Powerful 50x optical zoom; Captures in RAW; Good low-light photos; Supports 1080p capture; Pull-out LCD; EVF.
Cons: Soft focus; Chromatic aberration; Bulky; Noisy zoom motor in movie recording; No GPS; Expensive.
Summary: Fujifilm, the Japanese Multinational Photography and Imaging company recently launched the FinePix SL1000 in India. SL1000 is a bridge camera which is targeted at the audience looking for a camera which offers more features than a normal point and shoot camera and at the same don’t want to opt for a...
Pros: High quality 3 inch Tilting Screen, Good Picture Quality, 50X Zoom, Raw File Format, Optical image Stabilization, Fast boot & auto focus time, Value for money
Summary: We don’t see any reason to recommend the FinePix SL1000. If someone gifts it to you, regret that you didn’t get the Canon PowerShot SX50 HS, which is a stellar performer that you can buy for the same price.
Excerpt: and Sony CyberShot HX300. The biggest advantage the Fujifilm has is the price, it is cheaper than both the other models with 50x zoom and also packs other features such as RAW shooting, a tilting screen and EVF. It is available to purchase for £299.99.
Pros: Feature packed, Large optical zoom lens, Tilting screen, Full manual controls and RAW shooting, Decent electronic viewfinder, Good battery life, Solid SLR style body, Good image quality, Very good value for money
Cons: Images are noisy from ISO 1600 upwards, Purple fringing is common, No RAW continuous shooting