Personal Yea's and Nay's of HS50EXR

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Re: Personal Yea's and Nay's of HS50EXR
In reply to Danielepaolo, 7 months ago

Danielepaolo wrote:

PAUL TILL wrote:

Danielepaolo wrote:

Lisetta wrote:

Danielepaolo wrote:

IMO your output with the HS50 is about as good as you will get. [snip]. Maybe you will get a bit more out with RAW but IMO if you set your standards high as it appears you do then RAW probably won't cut it either. Good luck.

Which bridge camera -wouldn't- you say this about?

None. Unfortunately the bit you sniped was very important for the Fuji bridges. Their images are processed heavily in camera and caution is needed shooting them in JPG to avoid speckled noise and watercolour.

Not even the X-S1? I never shot mine in RAW, the JPEG's were that good.

I can't say I have noticed these things I mentioned with the XS1. Do I think it cuts it? As far as detail from XS1 goes I had higher expectations for it. I do think it is better than the HS50 and I don't see the value in the extra reach of it has even though I want the reach for birding. I couldn't get past the droopy lens of the XS1 and did not try it out any further.

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Apologies if my lack of photographic knowledge is catching.

Lens droop. That's what put me off for this model. I know. It doesn't matter. But it did to me. Even so, it does render beautiful images by competent photographers.

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