Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Fujifilm X-F1 EXR-CMOS Sensor Compact Digital Camera

Fujifilm X-F1 Compact Digital Camera
Fujifilm X-F1 is covered with a leather dress in black, brown or red, pleasantly reminiscent of the 60s and 70s. The aluminum housing gives the camera a pocket-grade luxurious look and gives the impression of something to keep for eternity Built in hands. Old-fashioned (in a good sense) but is only the style of the camera within it located the 2/3 inch EXR-CMOS sensor with 12 megapixels, which goes well beyond conventional sensor sizes conventional compact models.
4X Optical Zoom Lens X-F1
The 4X optical zoom lens, which almost completely disappears when turned off in the housing. To turn the camera simply turning it out, an extra power button does not exist. In addition, the lens covers a focal length from 25 to 100 millimeters turns out as much light:  f1.8 in wide angle, f4.9 telephoto setting. Experienced photographers are happy about manual controls, 360-degree panoramas as well as the ability to shoot in RAW format. A viewfinder but not located on board.
3 Inch LCD Display X-F1
The maximum resolution of the X-F1 at ISO 100 it reached only 1,093 pairs of lines per picture height. The resolution drops until 1,052 pairs of lines is minimal. The detail is impressive up to ISO 800, until 1600 they bowing to clear. Also, the distortion at the wide angle as well as the telephoto is moderate. Up to and including ISO 400 noise is not a problem, but at ISO 800 it's on the PC screen to see much. With release times of 0.42 (Wide) and 0.46 seconds (Tele) X-F1 goes through a suitable snapshot, and their battery lasts for 150-440 photos. Is of course shot in full HD mode with stereo sound.