In Record mode, the up and down arrows control exposure parameters: Zooming in and out is controlled by two clearly marked buttons on the back of the camera. The right-hand image has had some sharpening applied in Photoshop. If you’ve already read the E review, you can save yourself some time by visiting the E’s sample-pictures page , or skip down to the Test Results section below. Shutter Max Shutter Speed. Lens System Optical Zoom.

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Fujifilm FinePix E500 Zoom

The Fujifilm Finepix E dealt fairly well with chromatic aberrations, which only appeared in the form of limited purple fringing in high-contrast scenes. The view on the LCD display finepi you the results of your focus adjustments, but there’s no magnification available, so it can be pretty hard to tell when you’ve achieved accurate focus.

The Fujifilm Finepix F500 is Fuji’s entry into the crowded entry-level digital camera market. Mobile Accessories by Joshua Goldman 10 days ago. Though compact, the E fits the hand well, and the plastic handgrip on the right side provides some grip.

It is likely to appeal to anyone who is looking for a digital camera that is easy to use, but also offers a number of more advanced features. Images are stored on xD Picture cards. Toys and Tabletop Games by Bonnie Burton 8 days ago. Located on the right side of fihepix LCD monitor, this button displays the Function menu when pressed in Record or Playback modes.


Fuji provides a second cover with the camera, apparently on the safe assumption that the small, flexible cover is bound to be lost. Slow-Synchro is handy for getting more natural-looking flash photos at night, with more finelix the background visible.

Fujifilm FinePix E500 – digital camera Series

In the lower right corner of the back panel, this large rocker button features four arrows for navigating through menu screens and captured images. This is particularly useful when you are taking pictures of landscapes and groups of people.

All in all I like Fuji menus and I find them easier to use than those found on most cameras. The right side of the camera as viewed from the rear holds only the eyelet for the wrist strap. Pressing the button toggles the image and information display on and off, and activates an alignment grid display for setting up shots.

It is well worth picking up a second high capacity card when you buy the camera.

The Fujifilm Finepix E offers 2 different macro settings, Macro and Super Macro, that allows you to focus on a subject that is just 2. The main menus show you the range of options that are available to you in the selected shooting mode.

My standard advice is to consider buying a set of rechargeable batteries. Page 5 Ease of Use. It is aimed more at the social photographer who enjoys taking holiday shots and family pictures than the more serious photographer. And here are some shots of yours truly. Near the top of the front panel are the viewfinder window, the flash control sensor and a microphone. Here’s a brief list of ways in which the E is scaled down from the higher-end E model:. The Fujifilm Finepix E is also larger than many digicams, which Fujifilm claims makes it more of a photographer’s camera.


The E’s bottom panel is flat, with the threaded plastic tripod socket roughly centered, but slightly out of line with the lens. The Finepix E is one of a series of ‘E’ cameras introduced by Fuji in The way that the lens has been designed gives it a wider angle than other cameras. Digital Camera Developing Register your camera.

Fujifilm Finepix E Review – PhotographyBLOG

Page 5 Ease of Fonepix. RGB primary color filter, audio recording, auto power save. Explore the images on the pictures pageto see how the E’s images compare to other cameras you may be considering. The Red-Eye Reduction mode fires a pre-flash a fraction of a second before the exposure itself, to make the irises of your subjects’ eyes contract, avoiding the red-eye effect.

If it’s time for a bit better camera, this is your Canon If it’s time for a bit better camera, this is your Canon by Lori Grunin. I found the flash to be powerful when compared with similar digital cameras.