Quick question, can this camera do timelapse using HDR images? I know it can do timelapse, and I know it can do HDR, but can it do both at the same time, in camera?Thanks.
These ultra high speed cameras are the only ones out there that can really capture certain events, like a bunch of kids jumping into the water. 30fps is incredible. I've had several, and their 4 HDR levels are very nice when shooting in high contrast settings where a flash won't fill enough detail. I hope they bring back the "Move in CS" feature, it was the ONLY way to take an action shot of yourself by yourself.That said, yes, the image quality is not as good as a Canon or Nikon if you are looking at the finest details in Photoshop or huge prints, however, my guess is that 99.9% of pictures taken with these level of camera are usually just put up on Facebook anyway, or looked at on a digiframe, and for that these cams are perfect.
Instagram is simply a way for people who don't know how to take or edit a picture to make the picture look cooler than it would if they left it alone or took it and edited it correctly.
Very cool pictures. Make as much fun of the backward Russians as you like, they have a rocket to carry people into space, we don't...
I just got mine from Japan.I picked it for only one reason: Speed.I shoot a lot of stuff like people jumping into pools at full size and 30fps, and videos of ATV's in mud at 120fps at 640x480. No other camera can do that out there. I find the quality decent for a small pocket camera, if I want really amazing stuff I pull out my DSLR. And I have 2 FH-100's for the "Move-in CS" feature which is the absolute only way to capture action shots of yourself by yourself. Go ahead and tell me how you would capture this shot by yourself with any other camera (this shot is the best one of 30 shots taken in less than a second when the camera detected movement)...http://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67/chybagus/5940copy.jpghttp://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67/chybagus/1869copy.jpghttp://i253.photobucket.com/albums/hh67/chybagus/1868copy.jpg
The older Casio FH100 is the ONLY camera out there which allows you to take action shots of yourself:
I really hope the new one has the "Move In Continuous Shot" mode again...
Very interesting concept.Resoltion may be low, but what were the first digital cameras, 640x480 with a floppy disk?
But what about a flash, or is there no need?
Am I the only one who gets massive headaches from looking at 3D images on something like the little Fuji camera or games?
I looked at the sample 3D images on the Fuji camera for 10-15 seconds and had a headache that lasted all day. Am I the only one? I don't wear glasses and have perfect vision.