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according to fujifilms there is no remote shutter for the sl1000 my reference is from
http://www.fujifilmusa.com/products/digital_cameras/s/finepix_sl1000/specifications/

By ROE on January 15, 2014
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The motion panorama mode of this camera is a total blast! You can select the angle of the panorama (120,180 or 360 degrees) and the direction (left to right, right to left, up todown, down to up). Once you press the shutter button the camera starts to shoot the panorama just by sweeping it in the chosen direction, whil… see more The motion panorama mode of this camera is a total blast! You can select the angle of the panorama (120,180 or 360 degrees) and the direction (left to right, right to left, up todown, down to up). Once you press the shutter button the camera starts to shoot the panorama just by sweeping it in the chosen direction, while there is an onscreen guide line to help you with the whole process (so as to keep the camera level and not to move too fast or too slow). That's it, the panorama is ready, with none whatsoever stitch marks and no need for additional editing software. Hope this helps! see less The motion panorama mode of this camera is a total blast! You can select the angle of the panorama (120,180 or 360 degrees) and the direction (left to right, right to left, up todown, down to up). Once you press the shutter button the camera starts to shoot the panorama just by sweeping it in the chosen direction, while there is an onscreen guide line to help you with the whole process (so as to keep the camera level and not to move too fast or too slow). That's it, the panorama is ready, with none whatsoever stitch marks and no need for additional editing software. Hope this helps!
By CyberNik on April 11, 2013
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Personally I find it very easy to use the SR Auto setting on camera for B/W shots. What you do is get into the menu--move down to the FINEPIX COLOR choice--the click to move into the settings, which is hitting the "wheel" to the right and move down one setting from STANDARD and choose B/W. That works very well becaus… see more Personally I find it very easy to use the SR Auto setting on camera for B/W shots. What you do is get into the menu--move down to the FINEPIX COLOR choice--the click to move into the settings, which is hitting the "wheel" to the right and move down one setting from STANDARD and choose B/W. That works very well because once you have selected the B/W setting you can move to other modes in the camera and it stays at the B/W setting. So if you were to go into SP and choose FLOWER, your settings with still remain B/W, but also with the enhancing of the FLOWER mode......I hope that makes sense. I found it fabulous!!! see less Personally I find it very easy to use the SR Auto setting on camera for B/W shots. What you do is get into the menu--move down to the FINEPIX COLOR choice--the click to move into the settings, which is hitting the "wheel" to the right and move down one setting from STANDARD and choose B/W. That works very well because once you have selected the B/W setting you can move to other modes in the camera and it stays at the B/W setting. So if you were to go into SP and choose FLOWER, your settings with still remain B/W, but also with the enhancing of the FLOWER mode......I hope that makes sense. I found it fabulous!!!
By Nina on December 13, 2013
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I love to take macros of flowers, especially the intricate interior of roses, and it does that well.
By Kimberly Morris on June 27, 2014
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In the Settings Menu (the one with the wrend picture on the left tab) look for IS MODE. Turn it on and zoom all the way in. Then turn it off and you can tell the difference.
By Amazon Customer on September 26, 2014
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My does very well without using the flash
By Todd on October 26, 2013
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As far as I know this camera does not have interchangeable lenses. It's a fancy point and shoot with some special mode features but I don't think fisheye is one of them..
By Alex A. on April 14, 2014
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Check your menu. I believe you can set the time duration for the photo to be displayed after taking the shot. Go into the SET UP MENU. You can set it for 3 secs, 1.5, or OFF. If it is ON for whatever time you select, and you are shooting large picture files, like 16 megapixels or have large formats set, it will take th… see more Check your menu. I believe you can set the time duration for the photo to be displayed after taking the shot. Go into the SET UP MENU. You can set it for 3 secs, 1.5, or OFF. If it is ON for whatever time you select, and you are shooting large picture files, like 16 megapixels or have large formats set, it will take the camera longer to assimilate the photo....and the pict will be displayed longer, or time to next shot will be extended. Try shooting smaller file/megapixel size. Get to know the MENU. It is a drink from a fire hose....but has a wealth of info. Best.....Hiking Viking see less Check your menu. I believe you can set the time duration for the photo to be displayed after taking the shot. Go into the SET UP MENU. You can set it for 3 secs, 1.5, or OFF. If it is ON for whatever time you select, and you are shooting large picture files, like 16 megapixels or have large formats set, it will take the camera longer to assimilate the photo....and the pict will be displayed longer, or time to next shot will be extended. Try shooting smaller file/megapixel size. Get to know the MENU. It is a drink from a fire hose....but has a wealth of info. Best.....Hiking Viking
By Victor Andrijauskas on November 13, 2013
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It uses a rechargeable battery, Fujifilm NP-85. 1 battery and a charger come included with the camera. Additional batteries are available on Amazon from various sources.
By R. Neese on July 17, 2014
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I am sorry but it can't fit. In Panorama the view is more than 16x9.
By william R. Cossey on December 25, 2013