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Yes. Any camera that allows for aperture mode/control can take a picture with a blurred background. That blur is not an effect; it's a combination of settings that change the depth of field.
Make sure you're shooting in plenty of light, put the camera in aperture mode, and then lower the aperture number little by lit… see more
Yes. Any camera that allows for aperture mode/control can take a picture with a blurred background. That blur is not an effect; it's a combination of settings that change the depth of field.
Make sure you're shooting in plenty of light, put the camera in aperture mode, and then lower the aperture number little by little: take a few shots with an object in focus, lowering the aperture setting every few pictures. You will see the background go from clear to fuzzy the lower the number. Make sure you have plenty of light though, or else you won't achieve a nice clear image!
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Yes. Any camera that allows for aperture mode/control can take a picture with a blurred background. That blur is not an effect; it's a combination of settings that change the depth of field.
Make sure you're shooting in plenty of light, put the camera in aperture mode, and then lower the aperture number little by little: take a few shots with an object in focus, lowering the aperture setting every few pictures. You will see the background go from clear to fuzzy the lower the number. Make sure you have plenty of light though, or else you won't achieve a nice clear image!
Good luck!

By Clay K. on March 4, 2013
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This camera is so easy to operate and takes wonderful pictures. Low light is not a problem.
By JW on August 18, 2013
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Hello. I don't know anything about the great lenses offered by Fuji, but all of their top-of-the line cameras seem to do very, very well.
By Gary Feduccia on February 8, 2014
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I can not answer that fairly because of late i have had noting but trouble trying to obtaina sharp focus. Have not tried to use with video
By Amazon Customer on June 1, 2017
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You can register your camera with Fujifilm-digital, the standard warranty is one year, but the disclaimer says may be extended two years in some countries. visit www.fujifilm-digital.com/warranty.
By waldo on August 26, 2013
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Yes and it comes with its own software
By china doll on April 20, 2014
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yes it does. Also view screen.
By AMSmart on May 25, 2014
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Yes, it is a great camera and takes fantastic pictures! It is as good as cameras costing three times as much.
By gerald lamkin on October 18, 2013
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Fujifilm FinePix S4200 Digital Camera (Black), 4 x AA Type Alkaline Batteries, Shoulder Strap, USB-A/V Cable, Lens Cap and Lens Cap Cord, CD-ROM
By James A. Moshier on June 6, 2013