Fujifilm FinePix S100FS
Released April, 2008
The Pros:Low light focusing is very quick and accurate. Dedicated ISO and EV buttons make quick adjustments possible. Manual zooming lens is quick and easy to work with.
The Cons:Some purple fringing in very high contrast settings.
The Fujifilm FinePix S100fs is aimed at those who want more versatility than a compact digital camera can offer, without the hassle and investment in interchangeable lenses required bydSLRs. The plastic body is smaller and lighter than most dSLR cameras, and features a 14x optical zoom lens and flip-out/swivel LCD panel on the rear.
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In addition to the LCD users have the option of using the electronic viewfinder for framing their photos. Control over images ranges from usingpre -programmed scene modes to full manual exposure settings. Although reviewers describe the resolution and noise reduction as quite good, noticeable chromatic aberration is also mentioned as visible throughout much of the zoom range.
- 11 megapixel CCD sensor
- 14x optical zoom lens
- Extended dynamic range
- Film simulation modes (including Velvia and Provia)
- 14 scene modes
- Electronic viewfinder
- 3fps continuous shooting at 11 megapixels
User Reviews (1)
low light focusing is very quick and accurate
dedicated ISO and EV buttons make quick adjustments possible
manual zooming lens is quick and easy to work with
optical stabilization is excellent, more than accounts for handshake
zoom range is very good, can get distant shots and still be very sharp
image quality is very sharp, not quite DSLR but very close
some purple fringing in very high contrast settings
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