Fujifilm FinePix HS25EXR Digital Camera
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- 16MP EXR CMOS
- High Quality Fujinon 30x Manual Optical Zoom Lens
- 3.0 inches Tilting LCD
- Full HD Movies
- 4 - AA Batteries
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|Video Capture Resolution||1920 x 1080 (30 fps), 1280 x 720 (60 fps), 640 x 480 (30, 80 fps), 320 x 112 (320 fps), 320 x 240 (160 fps)||—||1920 x 1080 (60 fps)||1920 x 1080 (6oi), 1280 x 720 (60p), 640 x 480 (30p)||—||4k|
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Fujifilm FinePix HS25EXR
From the Manufacturer
The HS25EXR offers versatility and optical quality to those photographers who don't want the lens-changing capability of a DSLR, but still want total control over their images. Equipped with advanced features and a high performance 16MP EXR CMOS sensor, a 3" LCD display, a whopping 30X optical zoom lens, 1080P Full HD Movie Mode, AA battery operation, and a host of consumer friendly automatic settings, the HS25EXR is ready for anything - from the simplest full-auto photo capture to the most advanced applications.
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UPDATE: I have taken a variety of pictures with my new camera and I couldn't be happier! Pictures of my grandkids that would have been blurred with my old camera are very good. I took some macros of flowers and a couple closeups of my dogs. All perfect. The manual zoom is now just intuitive, memories of my old 35mm days I guess. I recommend it completely.
NEW UPDATE: It's been a week now and as I learn more it just keeps getting better. There is a website: dpreview.com that has camera tests etc, but also has forums where camera owners share tips, advice and photos. It is very helpful.
- Solid Camera
- Great images
- HD video
- Easy to use
- Very nice, clear digital display
- Fairly intuitive if you just want to start using it out of the box
- Huge zoom
- The manual focus ring doesn't seem as responsive as the auto focus, but there are ways to work with that.
- Manual is not clear whether you can connect this and use it from an optional (not included) power source beyond the batteries.
I plan on looking into the power source question and I am thrilled to be able to add a protective (or other) 58 mm lens filter to the camera.
Some people might complain that there is no full printed manual, but that is easy to over come. It comes on a CD and the PDF file is easy to copy and transfer as needed to use on any device or print as you like.
Best features if you are just looking to point and shoot and do HD video, why you should get THIS and not a camera for $100 less:
There is NO lag time from when you press the button to take a photo until the photo is taken. You see it, you press the button, the photo appears on your display exactly as you saw it
Amazing performance in low light. I rarely need the flash!
The Flash is AMAZING. You know how sometimes the flash overexposes everyone? Not here. With my old camera, also a $250 product, I used to have to stand a bit away from the object or person I was photographing, and then, zoom in so I could use the flash. Otherwise, there was overexposure. Here, I can stand one foot from the person I am photographing, and they will be perfectly exposed. You would not even know I used a flash!
Zoom--oh my goodness, this is amazing! Pictures are still super sharp even after getting way up close.
Video--seemless. Push a button to start recording. Press the same button to stop, and you can immediately start shooting photos again. The video is HD. Wonderful.
Batteries--uses 4 AA. Just get yourself a set of rechargeables and you are good. You do not need to find a fancy kind or plug in the entire camera. That said, I keep back up batteries with me. The camera does NOT use up batteries quickly at all. That was a problem with my old camera. The batteries have a long life here, but recharagable seems best to me.
Connection to devices. The camera comes with cables to connect it to all of our devices for easy download of pictures and video.
This is just about one percent of the reasons to buy this camera.
I will throw in that you can do real manual photography, like in the old days, artistic stuff, with this item. I was a black and white darkroom girl, and if I want to adjust shutter and F stop, I can do it all the way! Just like with my old Nikkon.
Enjoy this one!
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