Fujifilm F30 - Flash photography|
According to Joshua Waller: "The Fujifilm F30 has quite good colour - It took a good "Heather and Flower" photo - and red-eye in this photo and the other. The flash is quite bright yet doesn't go very far so it might not be so useful in taking group photos where some people are a long way from the camera. On AUTO ISO, the ISO setting seemed quite high in these photos. The camera did a good job at focusing most of the time even in low-light, thanks to the focus assist lamp. Colour is well saturated and an additional mode F-chrome is available."
Fujifilm FinePix F30 compact camera - Noise and ISO
Joshua continues: "The F10 was groundbreaking in regards to low noise at high ISO settings, and the F30 has great abilities in this area. Most digital cameras have low noise at ISO100 and ISO200 and you start to see problems at ISO400. As can be seen from these test photos, at ISO400 noise is very low (in the F30 and F10) while it looks grainy for other cameras. Compared to the Canon PowerShot A700 noise is significantly lower and pictures appear smoother. The results are excellent for a 6 megapixel digital camera."
Fujifilm F30 digital camera - Image quality
"As expected from the sensor, electronics and optics used by Fuji, the camera has great image quality. Colours are very good and in a very wide range of situations the camera will take sharp, detailed pictures with good exposure. In particular, the camera is probably great for daylight outdoor sporting events where fast photography is essential. The challenges that this camera will face that most others will fail at will be low light situations where you don't particularly want to use the flash. Even for these situations it has a scene mode that allows you to try and see what a photo would be like without the flash, and yet not lose the benefits of flash photography." You want to learn more about the Fujifilm digital camera? Continue to read the Fujifilm F30 review at DigiCamReview!