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I purchased a Sony 32 GB class 10 rated at 40 megabytes per second as this was the best price for a fast card. You have to be careful when purchasing a class 10 card as the actual speed can differ greatly. Some other class 10 cards were cheaper but the MB/Sec were much slower. You want to get the fastest card even f… see more I purchased a Sony 32 GB class 10 rated at 40 megabytes per second as this was the best price for a fast card. You have to be careful when purchasing a class 10 card as the actual speed can differ greatly. Some other class 10 cards were cheaper but the MB/Sec were much slower. You want to get the fastest card even for stills as this partly determines the delay time between consecutive shots. Less importantly a fast card will also speed up downloading your photos to your computer. see less
By Mike B on March 28, 2014
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Yes. I use a Helder 1.7x converter I found at B&H Photo. Works well but I use a long lens brace because it feels like it strains the camera without it. More info in my Amazon review of the camera.
By Ian G. Heller on April 15, 2014
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Ingrid, this is a smart flash that only requires you to push the flash release button to open the flash on top of the camera. Then you can select one of three flash modes by depressing the flash (lighting) icon on the menu function. If you will look on page 38 of the manual, it explains how to do this. It works very well.
By Donald W. Cooper on March 2, 2014
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Yes, you may, but..there's a caveat. First, remember that the threads on the lens of this camera were put there for adding filters to your shoot and those are light and thin. If the 2x teleconverter you have is long, you may find it produces vignetting at wide settings of the zoom. Next, if the teleconverter is heavy, … see more Yes, you may, but..there's a caveat. First, remember that the threads on the lens of this camera were put there for adding filters to your shoot and those are light and thin. If the 2x teleconverter you have is long, you may find it produces vignetting at wide settings of the zoom. Next, if the teleconverter is heavy, it will put an unnecessary weight on the lens. I've found that using a 2x or higher teleconverter will usually produce fuzzy pictures when the zoom is extended, so caution, and remember those threads on the lens are delicate..... be gentle when placing or removing filters or your teleconverter on the cam. In all probability, you may not be happy with the results. Usually extenders are placed between the camera body and the lens, whereas in your case, the extender would obviously have to go on the end of the lens. Happy shooting. see less
By Juan A. Moreno on February 4, 2014
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When we downloaded our videos and tried to view them with windows media player, we had the same issue. Try using Quicktime. We did, and our videos have played without the jerking! Hope that solves your issue.
By Jessica L. Kiss on April 10, 2014
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As of yet, there isn't one. There were no new models in the HS series line announced this year. It's a shame, really, because I LOVE the manual zoom on this camera line. Currently Fuji is touting the FinePix S1 (which has the "standard" zoom mechanism, via rocker switch) but most of the other specs match the HS50's - a… see more As of yet, there isn't one. There were no new models in the HS series line announced this year. It's a shame, really, because I LOVE the manual zoom on this camera line. Currently Fuji is touting the FinePix S1 (which has the "standard" zoom mechanism, via rocker switch) but most of the other specs match the HS50's - albeit it is water/dust resistant. Fuji is also pushing their XT1 "prosumer" line, so I fear that the HS50 may be the end of its series. see less
By A. McCullough on November 29, 2014
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This question appears to ask what the shipping time is to French Polynesia. I can translate, but can't answer the question. LOL
By khayesaz on September 15, 2013
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Hi Bruno,
I a not sure about the largest SDHC card. I am using a 32gb card and it list an insane amount of picture storage available. My current picture availability shown in my camera is (ready for this) 7,771. You would have to be at a very isolated location and be there for quite a long time to run out of storage s… see more
Hi Bruno,
I a not sure about the largest SDHC card. I am using a 32gb card and it list an insane amount of picture storage available. My current picture availability shown in my camera is (ready for this) 7,771. You would have to be at a very isolated location and be there for quite a long time to run out of storage space. Hope this helps. see less

By LT. on September 3, 2013
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Camera with manual zoom, Li-ion Battery with charger, Manual Basic with CD ROM, Lens cover with string, neck strap, lens hood... I love the camera.
By Arjun on July 2, 2013
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that's a great question and a technical one as well. I can only speak from experience.
Set on manual focus and focus on furthest point then on actual subject.
I found that the Fuji did a much better job on auto focus than the canon.

By Pete on May 19, 2014