Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera Driver
From the Manufacturer. The Fujifilm FinePix Sfd digital camera features the worlds most powerful 18x long zoom Fujinon lens and our new Dual Image Stabilization system (CCD shift Image Stabilization & High Sensitivity). Find great deals for Fujifilm FinePix S Series Sfd MP Digital Camera - Black. Shop with confidence on eBay! Fujifilm Finepix Sfd Review. It is also the first long-zoom camera from Fuji to offer image stabilization (in this case a CCD-shake system), which is offered by most competing brands and is pretty much essential with a zoom this price: • US: $; • UK: £
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Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera Driver
Easy to hold in one hand, but unaffected by the press of the Shutter button. A bit stiff but simple. There are very few controls on the camera, unlike a dSLR.
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For many of the Fujifilm Sfd's features, Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera have to dig through the menu system. It's an attractive menu system but I found it difficult to navigate and I made a lot of typing mistakes with the stiff control buttons.
I kept wondering how much easier the menu system would be to navigate with a smooth rotating dial like that on a Nikon Coolpix. Instead, the Fujifilm Sfd has a more traditional one-piece navigator whose arrow keys Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera to provide an LCD brightener, Flash modes, Self Timer options, and Macro modes.
The Shutter button and Zoom ring up from with the Power slide behind them. The Mode dial with two useful buttons beside it: You won't find things like ISO, image size, or color options in the Fujifilm Sfd's menu system, though. Those are on a different button, the F button, located to the upper right of the navigator. The Playback button which gets my Heisman trophy is to the upper left. The top panel hosts the usual suspects: Shutter button with a Zoom ring, the Power slide which is a little too obviousand the Mode dial.
But there are two Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera buttons on top, one to toggle dual image stabilization and the Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera to toggle face detection and automatic red-eye removal. I really liked having both available on a button so I didn't have to dig through the menu system to find them or remember which focus mode I'd set.
The EVF provides the same view. You can't have an ultra-zoom without an electronic viewfinder.
I found that view sharp and clear if not quite as pleasing as the LCD. I did have a Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera time adjusting the diopter, which was very stiff, but I appreciated having a diopter adjustment. The LCD, though, haspixels to show off. It was too reflective to use in bright sun but otherwise it did fine. You can increase its brightness by pressing the Up arrow key, but I preferred to put my eye up to the EVF.
Fujifilm Finepix S8000fd Review
The Fujifilm Sfd's lens is big glass. It ranges from 27mm to the equivalent of a mm 35mm lens. But it also has a good Macro and terrific Super Macro mode that really do pack all the optics you could want into one lens.
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Add to that 5. Optical stabilization is provided by a sensor-shift design in the Fujifilm Sfd. A gyro-sensor detects the amount of blur and an image stabilization chip calculates how much correction is needed. Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera on the result, the CCD is shifted to compensate for camera shake. Digital stabilization uses higher ISO to minimize camera shake.
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In addition, the Fujifilm Sfd offers a Picture Stabilization mode on the Mode dial Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera both adjust sensitivity as high as ISO 1, and increase shutter speed to minimize subject movement blur. A long zoom like this exhibits more distortion than a zoom with a shorter range.
There is noticeable barrel distortion at the Fujifilm Sfd's wide angle setting, and pincushion distortion at telephoto as you can see in our tests shots on Fujifilm FinePix S8000fd Camera Optics tab. The question is whether that reach is worth it to you. If you shoot groups of people, for example, the wide-angle distortion that smears the faces on the edge of the frame would be unacceptable without some sort of post-processing correction. You'll also find a good deal of chromatic aberration in this lens, as our test shots show in the corners.
It tends to be worse at the edges than it is just inside them.
Oddly enough, the Fujifilm Sfd deviates from the norm here with much better results at wide-angle than at telephoto. Fujifilm describes the Sfd's ISO sensitivity as "ultra high.