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Mark Peters : February 9th 2015 - 18:45 CET

Fujifilm XQ2 digital camera features

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FujifilmFujifilm XQ2 compact camera features : The premium finish of the camera body and its ease of operation give the Fujifilm XQ2 compact camera a truly sophisticated feel. From its advanced filters to manual focusing, or setting the aperture and shutter speed, a variety of photography functions can be set by turning the control ring, textured and machined aluminum, fitted around the lens. This tactile control avoids the need to go into the menu and speeds up operation, plus it's easy to access your own preferred functions, using the extended function (E-Fn) button on the back of the digital camera. The Fujifilm XQ2 camera carries a retail price of $399.99 / £329.99. Retail prices may vary from country to country.
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Perfect colours and creative options
Fujifilm's unprecedented image quality has been cultivated through the development of photographic films over the past 80 years, reproducing warm skin tones, bright blue skies and rich greens in trees and grass, just as photographers remember the scene. Building on this extensive expertise, the Fujifilm XQ2 features the new, Classic Chrome Film Simulation mode, which delivers muted tones and deep colour reproduction. Classic Chrome is just one of nine different modes that simulate the effects of traditional Fujifilm films, including colour reversal film effects (Velvia / Provia / Astia), monochrome filters (Monochrome, Ye filter, R filter and G filter) and Sepia.

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Fujifilm XQ2 creative photography
A separate Multiple Exposure function offers users the chance to combine two separate subjects into one photo. For further creative control, the camera's aspect ratio can be switched between 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1 (square) to accommodate a wide range of photographic styles. The Fujifilm XQ2 compact camera also features an Advanced Auto mode, which recognises faces and scene types, letting users shoot everything from portraits to landscapes and even moving subjects while the Fuji XQ2 optimises the focus, exposure, ISO and other settings.

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Super Intelligent Flash
With its instinctive focusing and quick start-up time, the Fujifilm XQ2 won't let you down when you need to capture a fleeting moment. It boasts the world's fastest AF of just 0.06 seconds and a shooting interval of 0.3 seconds until the next shot can be taken, while shutter lag is an almost unnoticeable 0.015 seconds. The built-in Super Intelligent Flash accurately controls the flash power required for any shooting situation, so natural-looking indoor portraits, macro subjects, or food images can all be taken while over-exposure is carefully controlled. The same function means that strongly backlit subjects, like portraits, will also be beautifully and naturally illuminated bringing out all the detail you want from shadow areas.

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Transfer images wirelessly
Wireless image transfer is simple from the Fujifilm XQ2 digital camera to a smartphone or tablet once the free Camera Application has been installed. There are no troublesome ID and password settings; just press the Wi-Fi button on the camera and instantly add the images to your blog or share them with friends via social networking sites. Users can also set the camera to read its location from smartphones and tablets, enabling them to keep a record of where they took their images. Wi-Fi transfer also enables wireless backup of photos and movies onto your computer and printing is easy, too - just send images to an Instax Share Smartphone printer for Instax instant film prints.

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Multi autofocus mode
Using an evolved algorithm to boost performance, the autofocus system examines each subject and scene, and automatically switches between Contrast Autofocus mode, which is accurate even in low light, and Phase Detection Autofocus mode, which is faster for shooting moving subjects. This ensures speedy and accurate autofocus for any type of scene or subject. The new Multi autofocus automatically selects up to nine focus areas for accurate focusing across the frame and the ability to detect human faces enhances autofocus accuracy even further.

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