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Fujifilm FinePix T300 14 MP Digital Camera with Fujinon 10x Wide Angle Optical Zoom Lens (Black)


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  • 14.0 Megapixel
  • 10X Wide Zoom
  • 3" LCD Screeen
  • Face Detection With Face Recognition
  • Tracking Auto Focus
  • 14-megapixel CCD sensor; 10x wide-angle optical zoom lens
  • Dual Image Stabilization; 720p HD video capture at 30fps
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Technical Details

  • Built-in Microphone
  • Built-in Flash
  • Image Stabilization
  • Video Capability

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004HO58KC
  • Item model number: 16131679
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,371 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

The T300 presents the ideal solution for those who want to buy a well specified, easy to use and most importantly, super thin 10 times zoom compact camera to take on their travels or use to capture family life, but don’t want a hefty price tag to match.Many photographers want to keep things simple when it comes to taking pictures and the T300 is an approachable, easy to use compact. But don’t think that you’re missing out on some of Fujifilm’s latest compact camera developments as a result. The FinePix T300 has a few technological tricks up its sleeve, including Photobook assist, which allows the user to mark the pictures to go in a photobook, Motion panorama for stunning, sweeping panoramic shots, Face Recognition, HD Video, and more. Addfitionally, the T300 is just 28.1mm thick and 97mm wide at the body, so it’ll easily store in the corner of a travel bag or a jacket pocket. The content of this box includes - Rechargeable Battery NP-45A, Battery Charger, Plug Adapter, Hand Strap, USB Cable, User Guide - Multiple Language, CD-ROM Which Contains - Full User Manual and My FinePix Studio Software (Windows) / FinePix Viewer (Mac OS X 10.3 - 10.6).

From the Manufacturer

The slim FinePix T300 digital camera has a FUJINON 10x long-zoom lens, and is only 18.5mm thin. Combined with a 14-megapixel CCD sensor, it offers photographers the perfect fit: a complete set of advanced features, a size to fit in any pocket or small bag, and a price to fit their budgets. This powerful mix of features will ensure users capture great images, whether they are wide-angle landscapes or closely cropped portraits with details.

Fujifilm FinePix T300 Highlights

Image Stabilization
In addition to the 10x zoom, the T300 also comes equipped with a powerful sensor shift Dual Image Stabilization (CIS) system. CIS works as the photo is being taken as it combines a mechanically stabilized sensor with high ISO to combat camera/hand shake and subject movement for improved low light shooting. The result is an expanded range of shooting situations where the cameras can be used without the need of a tripod or other support. With CIS working in the background, you can capture sharp, colorful scenes and portraits at night.

HD Capability
Capture stunning movies in 720p HD with sound at 30 frames per second. You can even zoom during movie capture. Not only can you enjoy HD movies on your PC, but with the optional HD Player accessory kit with wireless remote control (HDMI cable not included), families can gather around their home HDTV to enjoy amazingly detailed stills and high resolution movie playback.

Tracking Auto Focus
Tracking Auto Focus is perfect for when you need to take a picture of a moving subject and can't keep your subject in the frame. Just switch Tracking Auto Focus on and it will track your subject and ensure that you achieve a crisp picture with you subject in the center of the frame in perfect focus.

Face Recognition Technology
With Face Recognition, the T300 can identify the people in a picture by name! Fujifilm's Face Recognition Technology gives you the ability to pre-program 8 people into the camera. You also have the option of inputting the category to which they belong (e.g. friends/family) and the date of his/her birthday. The next time you take a photo of the same person, the camera will cleverly recognize that person and optimize the settings to ensure that exposure and focus are best suited to the individual, rather than the other people in the picture. This fun technology can recognize up to 4 pre-programmed people on screen at the same time.

In addition, the Image Search Tool is able to use the Face Recognition data (name, birthday and category) to help you find and playback your photographs quickly and easily. If you want to scroll through all pictures featuring "Mom" for example, the camera will be able to select them for you for easy viewing.

Additional Features

  • Face Detection and Automatic Red-eye Removal: To provide perfectly exposed and focused portrait shots, each T-Series model is fitted with Fujifilm's latest Face Detection technology which is able to track up to 10 faces simultaneously. The system instantly corrects red-eye and then saves both the original and the corrected image file automatically.
  • Scene Recognition Auto (SR AUTO): This mode intelligently detects the scene type you are shooting and optimizes the camera's focus, exposure and white balance, so whether you're photographing flowers or a holiday landscape, you will get flawless photos at the press of a button.
  • Motion Panorama Mode: Automatically stitches up to three shots to create a panoramic picture.
  • Smile / Blink Detection: Smile Detection works with Fujifilm's highly-acclaimed Face Detection technology to detect smiles on faces: it will not take a picture until it detects a smile, so you're guaranteed happy shots! Another feature is Blink Detection which warns you if you have captured an image with people blinking, so you can re-shoot if necessary.
  • PhotoBook Assist: Choosing images for a photo book can be time-consuming. The Photo Book Assist feature allows you to tag images, and then creates a simulation of the photo book which can be viewed on the LCD.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Taking pictures outside is difficult in that the screen is not bright enough.
Carl
And because you have to line things up (the camera gives you points to line up to) you get a great, uninterrupted image.
Morley Dotes
As I have stated above, it is very small, very easy to use, and it takes good pictures.
Lawrence H. Bulk

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Morley Dotes TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 18, 2011
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This is easily one of the hardest ratings I have had to make. There are some great things about the T300 and some not so great, and some that I just don't understand. Let's start with this, customer service. My first camera did not have audio when capturing video. A quick email got a new one sent to me fast....I mean FAST! Along with a return label for FedEx, which I completed when I got the replacement and sent back the old one at the same time. There was GREAT communication and genuine concern for the customer. A+ for customer service (and this ranks very high in my book). As for the camera itself, it has got some functions that I thought would be a waste....for example: Blink Detection. What a dumb idea, why would I want that, what a waste, blah, blah....this is what I thought.....well, after using it, I'm sold! Blink detection is great and pretty accurate (I did get some false readings). Can I live without it, yes. Am I glad I have it? Heck yes! The image quality is very good, though inside gets lower marks for washed out images. This is a camera you will have to tweak to really get what you want. Video quality is great for such a little thing.....keep in mind this is about the size of a deck of cards (when off), and it fits easily in my pocket. It's nice to record HD video, but know that the best results happened when I recorded outside in the afternoon with very good light. Same goes for pictures. Battery life is good. Sound quality is mediocore. I cannot understand why there is no sound when zooming??? At this level and price it is unacceptable.

Ergonomics on this camera are great! Everything is VERY intuitive. You don't really need directions or a booklet. Also, everything is very easy to get to, and you don't have to go in and out of menus to change shooting modes, etc. AWESOME.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Gadget Guy on May 26, 2011
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Fuji made a beautiful "little" camera with the T300. Outdoor scenery and people look great. In doors - well that's another thing entirely. For a point and shoot with 10X zoom it's quite impressive in terms of what they get into the camera. One thing is missing - a "focus assist lamp". Many cameras over the $200 price point include this feature which results in fast, accurate focusing and therefore sharp indoor pictures, your goal when you pick up a camera.
The camera is small - so big hands and fingers may not like this camera as it will be difficult to manage, especially the "on & off" switch - which requires a finger nail to execute. For a pocket travel camera that's going to used mainly for outdoor shooting, then it's probably fine. But don't expect decent shots inside the museum, especially w/o flash, you won't get them.
I was impressed with the video. While what I saw uploaded to my computer didn't look like 720P - it was still pretty darn good. And the biggest point, the image stabilization was very impressive - Fuji gets an A for that.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Koala1356 on December 11, 2011
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INTRODUCTION:
The Fujifilm FinePix T300 is a fully automatic, pocket, point and shoot camera. It does best on outdoor (ie: sunny) photos, and has some nice user-friendly features for the beginner/casual photographer. It struggles a little with low light (indoors), but flash results are adequate. The preset dial features 8 popular preset modes, including two that are user-programmable to any of the camera's 15 preset modes.

WHAT I LIKE:
* Compact enough to fit in your shirt pocket, glove box, briefcase, etc.
* Beautiful 3" LCD screen.
* 10x wide angle optical zoom is really nice.
* Image stabilization prevents camera shake, works especially well with the 10x zoom and/or movie modes.
* Continuous shutter mode takes up to 3 images in fast succession. This is great to find on a point and shoot camera.
* Easily FORCE or SUPPRESS flash with one button press. It's right on the lower 4-way dial, so you don't have to hunt for it.
* Dial Preset: Natural & Flash: taking 2 photos side by side, one natural light and one with flash, is a really great way to take comparison shots and keep the best looking.
* Dial Preset: Auto: I leave it here for 95% of the time.
* Dial Preset: Movie: HD 720p movie capable, 30fps with sound. You can also use the zoom with the movie mode.
* Dial Preset: SP1 and SP2 are user-programmable. It's super easy to set one or both of these to any of the camera's 15 built-in presets. This is a great way to keep your personal favorite presets handy. Example: I set one to Portrait and one to Landscape. See the full list of PRESETS below:

THE 15 PRESETS:
* Portrait: soft overall tones and natural skin tones.
* Baby Mode: natural skin tones without flash.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Hedera Femme VINE VOICE on October 15, 2011
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For the non-professional photographer looking to get high-quality images in a variety of settings, this camera works great. I did a little experiment to see how it performed by taking it with me to Europe along with a much more expensive semi-professional Nikon (D3100). Here are the results:

Advantages:
-With our limited time, my camera was able to take a variety of shots (panoramic, zoom, close-up) quickly and easily while the Nikon could only take limited kinds because of the need to bring several lenses and because of the complexity (sometimes) of setting up a given shot
-Because it was small, I didn't have to lug around a big camera bag, which also had the potential of getting a little too much unwanted attention
-One feature I really enjoyed was the two simultaneous flash/no flash shot which gives you the same picture with and without flash, letting you choose later which you prefer
-Didn't need more than one lens
-With city shots of architecture, my camera fared better with its versatility

Disadvantages:
-In the mountains, the Nikon did better, capturing color and clarity/detail. In my shots, the trees looked less defined from high up. Also, his zoom lens was able to capture much more detail than my camera.
-Nature shots and portraits have slightly duller colors, missing something the other camera was able to capture
-There was slightly more blur in shots with movement with this camera

Conclusion:
For the price, this camera performed much better than I expected and was not as much of a hassle as our semi-professional camera, so for most people, this is not only going to be a better value, but less frustrating and cumbersome.
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