Fujifilm FinePix F30 Reviews

Digital Camera Info has released a Fujifilm FinePix F30 review, here’s an excerpt: “It comes with an ISO 3200 rating and is the first consumer point-and-shoot digital camera to do so. The camera uses this high ISO for some of its 15 scene modes as well. There is a Picture Stabilization mode that uses the 1600 and 3200 ISO settings and fast shutter speeds as well as the Intelligent Flash system that monitors flash output to produce evenly exposed images. There is also a Natural Light mode that is similar to the previous mode but doesn’t use the flash. When users are unsure about which to use, instead of toggling between settings and modes they can access the Natural Light & With Flash mode, which is like a burst mode that switches settings.”

GearDigest has a review of the Fujifilm FinePix F30 and writes, “The F30 produces photos with very good colour, dynamic range and sharpness that print beautifully without any computer-based manipulation on 6 x 4 colour printers such as Epson’s PrintMate 240. I am impressed with the layout of controls on the camera. Everything falls neatly under my rather large fingers and I learned the controls very quickly. Downsides of the F30 include the somewhat less than standard xD card, lack of a viewfinder, slow start up and very occasional purple fringing around such things as distant leaves on a tree. I’ve seen the latter problem in maybe 3 out of the roughly 1,000 pictures I’ve taken.”

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