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Mark Peters : August 11th 2011 - 13:05 CET

Fujifilm F600EXR features


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FujifilmFujifilm FinePix F600EXR digital camera features : The bespoke ½" 16 megapixel EXR CMOS sensor in the Fujifilm FinePix F600EXR camera was first seen in the Fujifilm F550EXR and combines Back Side Illuminated CMOS (BSI-CMOS) and EXR technologies to deliver superb results across a wide range of lighting conditions. This is thanks to the design of the image sensor, which improves light transmission to boost performance, most notably in low light conditions. On the Fujifilm F600EXR, however, low light results are further enhanced thanks to the improved EXR Auto mode that now offers Motion Detection plus a superior scene recognition range than previous models.
Fujifilm F600EXR

Fujifilm F600EXR features
The new Motion Detection function enables the Fujifilm F600EXR digital camera to tackle motion blur on three fronts with mechanical image stabilisation, high ISO sensitivity and the new Motion Detection capability working together. In low light conditions with EXR Auto mode selected, the Fujifilm F600EXR camera will automatically identify if the subject is moving. If it is, the Fujifilm F6000EXR camera deploys Motion Detection and a higher ISO to ensure the subject is captured, blur free. If no subject movement is identified, the Fujifilm F600EXR camera will automatically keep the ISO lower and use image stabilisation for blur free results.

Fujifilm F600EXR camera

Fujifilm F600EXR camera functions
This new functionality is in addition to the EXR sensor's unique technology. Leave the Fujifilm F600EXR in EXR Auto mode and it will select the best option to deliver great photography result. But users who prefer to take more control themselves can choose from:
• Fujifilm EXR HR - High Resolution - priority mode is where the sensor utilises every one of its 16 megapixels for the highest quality results.
• Fujifilm EXR DR - Dynamic Range - priority mode where two images are captured and then merged together to produce superb results on high contrast scenes.
• Fujifilm EXR SN - Signal to Noise - priority mode in which pixels are doubled up to increase sensitivity and give better results in low light conditions.

Fujifilm F600 EXR

Fujifilm F600-EXR panorama photos
A 360° panoramic photo of a location makes for a great memory and the Fujifilm F600EXR camera has an enhanced Motion Panorama photo mode that ensures those memories are even better preserved. With the camera's 360° panorama functionality, each side of the panorama photo is connected so you get one - seamless - panoramic picture. No details are missed and you're assured of recording every single aspect of a location. Good panoramic pictures also rely on a steady grip on the camera and the Fujifilm F600 EXR new rubber coating (only available on Black camera version) on the front plate will ensure a solid hold, as well as enhancing the overall feel of the digital camera. Coupled with the high resolution 3.0-inch LCD screen (460K dots), the new Fujifilm F600EXR all adds up to a fantastic handling experience.

Fujifilm F600EXR digital camera

Fujifilm F600EXR digital camera features
In addition to all these exciting new features, the Fujifilm F600EXR digital camera also offers a wide range of picture taking modes that make it the ideal model for almost every photographic occasion. ISO sensitivity up to 12,800, a full complement of exposure modes including aperture-priority, shutter-priority and manual for creative shooting, continuous frame capture of up to eight frames per second at full resolution, RAW file format, a selection of film simulation modes, and a full-featured integrated flash are just some of the multitude of options available. And for users preferring to capture video footage, the Fujifilm F600EXR offers full HD 1080p video capture with stereo sound and a high speed movie option for freezing fast moving action at up to an incredible 320 frames per second.




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