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Fujifilm FinePix T550 16MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black)
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- 3.0-inch TFT color LCD monitor
- 16 million effective pixels 1/2.3-inch CCD image sensor with primary color filter and Optical Image Stabilizer
- Fujinon 12x optical zoom lens with approx. 2x digital zoom (up to approx.. 24x, with 12 x optical zoom)
- Focal Length: f/4.3mm-51.6mm; Full Aperture: f/4 (Wide), f/6.9 (Telephoto)
- HD movie (1280 x 720p)
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The Fuji FinePix T550 Digital Camera is a compact point-and-shoot camera featuring a 16MP 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor for high quality imagery and HD 1280 x 720 video. A built-in 12x optical zoom lens offers a wide range of focal lengths to suit shooting in most conditions and a fast autofocus system allows you to work quickly and intuitively. Image composition and playback is possible on the rear 3.0-inch 460k-dot LCD monitor and a system of automatic scene recognition modes (SR AUTO) helps to achieve optimized exposure settings for the situation in which you are photographing. Advanced Filters and other imaging features are also available to further enhance the aesthetic quality of your photographs.
From the Manufacturer
1.Wide-angle 24mm** &12x Optical Zoom Lens in Slim Body
- Lens-shift image stabilization reduces the blur that tends to occur when the camera is zoomed in.
- Fujifilm's proprietary super resolution technology offers an overwhelming 24x Intelligent Digital Zoom in a thin body and a front face with an aluminum finish.
- **35mm format equivalent
2.16M High Image Quality
- 16 million pixels image sensor produces high-quality, low-noise results at sensitivities of up to ISO 3200 (not available at some image sizes).
- Automatic Scene Recogniton ensures the optimum camera settings are always deployed for the best images of a given scene .
3.Versatile Shooting Mode
- Advanced filter(6 special effects) "Toy Camera","Miniature","Pop Color","Soft Focus","Cross Screen","Partial Color".
- Individual shutter 3D
- Motion Panorama
- Face detection
- Red-eye removal in detected faces
- Blink detection
- Smile & shoot mode
- Tracking auto focus
- Natural Light and with Flash
- Instant zoom.
4.HD Movie (720p/30fps)
- Record High Definition movies with a movie scene recognition function(1,280 X 720 pixels) or shoot photos with aspect ratios of 16:9.
- Movie recording uses a dedicated button, allowing you to go from taking photographs to shooting movies at the press of a button. The cameras also incorporate a number of advanced movie-editing features, including "movie trimming" to cut unwanted footage from movies, and "movie join" to join multiple separate clips into a single movie.
- Easy-to-read vector fonts, the new high-resolution 3.0-inch* LCD monitor
- Micro thumdnail view
- Easy web uploading to YouTube™ & FACEBOOK
- Photobook Assist
- The battery charges when the camera is connected via USB.
- *T500 2.7-inch 230K-dot
Photos or videos can be easily uploaded by simply connecting your camera to PC.
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I like the anti shake capabilities of the camera. I could take photos at night with less of a chance of having a blurred photo.
I like the wide angle view of the camera. It can take it a wide angle.
I like the photo size options. It allows me to choose a photo size that will fit exactly to my LCD screen. That is how I view most of my photos so it is nice that it fills the whole screen.
I like the time option to shoot after 2 seconds. That helps in taking night shots without shaking.
The battery that comes with the camera has good life.
The panoramic photo is capability is good for horizontal panoramas. It would be nicer if the panorama setting was a little easier to get to. Also it would be nice if it would also take panorama photos in the vertical direction.
When I select an option such as which flash option I want, the menu disappears a little too fast. I have to be quick to turn off the flash or set it on Auto.
When I was taking indoor photos in a Palace at St. Petersburg. Most of the photos were very good indoors. However some of the rooms were had a very gold color to them. I tried to adjust the white balance but it did not take out the gold color.
Lots of modes/features
Great user interface
Slower than I would prefer
One thing that bugs me about this camera, and it's just a pet peeve of mine, is, I have to tote a non-standard USB cable to charge the battery,or download pics directly from the camera. OK, technically it's probably a standard form of USB plug that goes into the camera, but not a very common one. (Like a mini or micro USB).
Yes you can buy an external charger,spare batteries, and I suspect you can buy them much eaiser than a replacement USB cable for this specific camera.
The cable plug is probably a standard type, with a name. (anyone know it?) I wish I had looked more closely at the camera online beforehand. Why does this freak me out? Because I have a very low end 'hobby' video camera that uses the same type of USB plug to charge and download, and I can never find the sd$%&!! CABLE!.
This is my quirk, I travel a lot, and try to standardize stuff I carry with me. If I take anything with me that uses batteries, it has to use AA's. I take an 8 pack or so with me. (My previous Finepix uses AA batteries, easy to carry, buy a large package in the US before you leave, and possible to find in strange places, instead of hoping you can find a strange battery in not-so-strange places.)
I will see how I adjust to the rechargeable battery, and how long it takes me to misplace the USB cable. I did buy a protective padded case which is too large, and has room for the cable and camera.
I also used my old finepix as an 'accident' camera, and it has traveled in a tractor trailer for over million miles between days off and vacation. If I grabbed it, and the AA's were dead, it took me 15 seconds to find and dump two more in, take a picture. What will happen if I don't use or charge this camera for a month, and then NEED it? (May not retire the old AA battery operated finepix yet)
I"ve only taken a few pictures, and have not played with the extensive options on the menu, yet. (Most of which I will never use)