Salut, et merci pour ta vide9o, donc je posse8de aussi cette appareil photo et j'ai qeqluue question dessus :- en mode 3D l'e9cran scintille est ce que c'est normal ?- a combien de me8tre doit-on prendre en photo pour voir la 3D ? car quand je m'approche un peut trop du sujet, le sujet ce de9double.Merci .
If you are one of those digital camera users who want some of the high end features of an SLR without the big price tag this might be right for you. It is so new hardly anyone knows it is slowly coming out on the market. Got mine at a special launch on HSN. Though there have been mixed reviews as to how good it is I don’t have any complaints. Like zoom capability? The Fuji S-18 has as much as anyone practically needs. My only knock is you have use a tripod when using full zoom power unless you have a steady hand. The super Macro feature is great too if you like getting things really close up. Amazing resolution overall. The 3 inch LCD is nice but like all LCDs is hampered in bright light conditions, super sunny days. Thats where the good old Standard View finder comes in handy. It is better than most and works great in all conditions, even if you have wear glasses like me. Indoors or on less sunny days the LCD is just fine. There are a lot of really great features that are easy to use and figure out even if you don’t ever read the operation manual you can upload on to your computer. Good all around product if you are looking for an upgrade or even a first time buyer. At the price point it sells for you get a lot of camera for a very good price. Though it uses AA batteries, alchaline or rechargables, and they seem to last a long time. Got a great little battery from Amazon that brings your batteries back to life in almost no time at home or on the road. You don’t have to worry about fidling around with your camera settings and killing your batteries befor you take a picture….like me. Check it out. Nice camera based on Fugi’s S-15 with a couple of extras thrown in. Recommended!
My husband was surprised by how small and light this camera was when he took it out of the box. For some this might be a positive, but he found it a little small to hold comfortably in his hands and with not enough weight for it to feel steady. He was looking for an alternative camera to his Canon Powershot point-and-shoot camera which he uses for vacations… basically a home use camera that he didn’t have to worry about putting in his pocket. So he wasn’t worried about size and weight issues and he personally prefers a camera with a little more bulk to it. However, for someone looking for a more powerful camera than a point-and-shoot as their primary camera for vacations and while on the road, the size and weight would definitely be a positive.The camera is very easy to use and takes excellent pictures. The optical zoom is excellent (much better than the digital zoom quality you get when trying to zoom in closely with a point and shoot). There are tons of features and he still hasn’t tried them all, but as others have mentioned, the blink detection doesn’t seem to work very well. He was taking pictures of our daughter and it didn’t notify him on several occasions when he could clearly see she blinked in the viewfinder. Also, the video mode was lacking the quality he gets when taking videos on our Flip Video Camera (highly recommend that by the way), so don’t get this thinking you can take quality pictures and videos all in one package. His only other gripe was that the dial to change modes seemed to easily get bumped out of the mode he intended to be in. Despite my complaints, overall this is a decent camera that takes great pictures. Although I’m certain there are better cameras out there similar to this, for the price this is a good value.
that, and having used SLRs in the past, as well as regular point-and-shoot digital cameras, I knew that I wanted my next camera to not have that ‘lag’ between the time I hit the shutter and when the picture is finally taken. I don’t want to wait around 2 or 3 seconds (which seems like not a long time, but even so, it’s annoyingly long when you’re trying to hold up a camera and pray that you won’t move it by accident) for the picture to be taken only to find out something went wrong. With SLRs it’s instant and that’s what I was looking for. With the FinePix S1800, it’s almost instant, and considering this is about half the price of the cheapest SLR that I would get (a Canon rebel), that’s perfect for me. I have to agree that the digital display on the camera is a bit ‘grainy’, I have found this mainly on point-and-shoot cameras, not on SLRs. In the end the quality is good but not at the level of a more professional (and more expensive) camera. Then again, you have a lot of options with which to make it a better picture, and depending on lighting, exposure, etc., you might get exactly what you want. But leaving it on auto will not produce the same type of picture, quality wise, as an SLR on the same setting. In the end, for 230 dollars, you definitely get a good quality camera and one that non-professionals can at least experiment with and enjoy.
I’ve had the camera for about a month now. I would consider myself a very amateur photographer. But I love this camera. It’s more than a point and shoot but not quite a DSLR, I’d call it an advanced Digital camera. It can be used as a point and shoot but I think as your experience grows with the camera, the functionality and use of the camera becomes one of its greatest strengths.
The only con I have is minor. The face detection function doesn’t seem to trigger as often as I think it would (considering 90% of my photos are of my baby son) and often the detection picks up things that aren’t . . . well faces.
Other than this, it’s a great camera. Even the video capture is impressive. Highly recommended to those who want more than a point and shoot but don’t want to commit to the more expensive DSLR cameras.
I purchased this camera back in June just before I went on a 3-week vacation that included a wedding and a two week bicycling tour. I did a fair amount of window shopping before deciding upon this camera. I was extremely excited about the GPS functionality and the rugged design.After only a day or two of use, I was displeased with the camera’s performance (sluggishness, long GPS tracking time, heavy drain on the battery, sub-par picture quality, poor scene selection under automatic mode, etc.), but I had no choice but to continue to use it since I had already started my vacation. Now that I’ve had the camera for over a month and I’ve tried to give it the benefit of the doubt, I’ve decided that this is the worst camera I have ever purchased. The extremely poor functionality of GPS aside, this camera is unable to take a decent picture. Even in decent lighting, photos come out blurry. For the $200+ I spent on this camera, I could have purchased any number of other cameras and would have been far happier with the picture quality.The GPS tracking can often take more than 5 minutes, even when the camera is an open area with no obstructions. This shortcoming caused me much frustration every time I pulled out the camera on the road trip, hoping to capture a picture complete with GPS data only to be forced to wait 5 minutes for the tracking to occur. Sometimes the camera’s GPS didn’t even track after 5 minutes. And to leave the tracking ‘on’ drains the batteries to the point where they last less than 8 hours without taking any pictures, and even then there is no guarantee that the tracking would even work. The GPS function on this camera leaves much to be desired.I consider myself a photography enthusiast. I have owned dozens of cameras in my life (point-and-shoot, SLR, film, digital). I typically lean towards Nikon products, but I’ve owned digital point-and-shoots from Nikon, Pentax, Casio and this Fuji XP30 the worst of the lot of them. Every time I pull the camera out to take a picture, I cringe as I imagine what the result will be when I download the images to my computer.I returned the camera for a refund. Worst camera out there.
2012-11-22 - 07:55:04
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