Fujifilm FinePix S4000/S4050
Released January, 2011
The Pros:30x optical zoom (24-270mm 35mm equivalent). Affordable price point. Records to the easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC flash storage.
The Cons:Lacks compatibility with the latest SDXC standard. Somewhat large and unwieldy - designed to be reminiscent of a dSLR. Uses AA batteries - larger, less capacious and more annoying than a rechargeable battery pack.
The Fujifilm FinePix S4000/S4050 is an S-series, long-zoom compact digital camera released in early 2011. The top unit in the early 2011 series, the S4000/S4050 offfers 720p video capture, HD still capture, and WAV audio capture.
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The difference between it and its predecessors is that it hosts a powerful, 30x super-zoom telephoto lens for capturing precise details from an extremely faraway distance. Additional features include image tagging and auto social-network uploading, video transmissions via HDMI and USB ports, and both an LCD display and an EVF. The electric viewfinder was incorporated to give users a chance to take pictures with the precision of a DSLR.
- 14MP CCD Sensor
- Full HD JPEG Still Images
- 720p HD AVI Videos
- Fujinon 30x Wide-Angle to 720mm Telephoto Lens
- 3" TFT LCD Display
- Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)
- LCD/EVF Switch Button
- 6400 ISO
- No Internal Memory
- SD/SDHC Expansion
- Automatic Scene Recognition
- Red-Eye Removal
- Face Detection
- Multi-Frame Playback
- CCD Shift Image Stabilization
- Dual Image Stabilization
- Automatic Internet Uploads
- Motion Panorama
- Super Macro Shooting
- Tracking Auto Focus
- USB 2.0
- HDMI Mini Connector
- AA x4 Batteries
User Reviews (7)
30x optical zoom (24-270mm 35mm equivalent)
records to the easy to find, affordable and capacious SD/SDHC flash storage
uses AA batteries - easy to find and replace when on the go, rechargeable
lacks compatibility with the latest SDXC standard
somewhat large and unwieldy - designed to be reminiscent of a dSLR
uses AA batteries - larger, less capacious and more annoying than a rechargeable battery pack
odd image quality - overly sharpened to the extent that they look painted at 100%
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