Announced Nov 24, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 624 mm (26×)
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I've looked through the manual and quick guide and checked online. I am trying to figure out how to save the individual images that are captured when taking a motion panorama. In the manual it says to just turn on Save Original Image for Motion Panorama. I have done this and still I only have one file on my SD card--the processed/stitched panorama and none of the individual images that were captured in order to make the panorama. I know I used to be able to do this easily with my HS-30, but...
I purchased the Fujifilm S-X1 six months ago and I really fell for it. This is my first DSLR because I was attached to the colour and character of film, but the S-X1 has character to spare. I do, however, have one problem with it. I do a lot of my photography with a remote because I take so many self portraits, and I was excited to have a DSLR compatible with a radio remote like the JM-II which boasts a trigger range of up to 30 metres. When it works I am extremely pleased with the setup, but...
I was using the X-S1 yesterday, and tried using Focus Assist, which enlarges the image so you can focus more easily, or allegedly anyway. Thing is, it didn't really help much, because the image never really comes into focus. I can tell when it's out of focus, but there's a period between the opposite sides of grossly out of focus where it looks close to focus but certainly not in focus. I never get a sharp image there. I managed to get it to work by switching to AF-S and focusing on something...
Hello all, I recently purchased a slightly used X-S1 and one of the first things I noticed is that the zoom is not as "smooth" as I have seen described by most. When zooming I can hear a high pitched noise, from several feet away, as if there is something rubbing. The sound is higher pitched if I zoom faster. This description makes it sound worse than it is, though "smooth" would not have been the first that comes to mind if I had tried to describe it. The focus on the other hand is super...
A distant family member wants a bridge for Christmas and I've been volunteered to buy it. We've been over the whole 'do you really need a bridge' and for what she's doing - travelling a lot with it, architecture photos, etc with it constantly on her person - it does actually appear like a bridge is not a bad way to go. I'd like to keep the price at or below the DMC-FZ200... ...which I also feel is the leading candidate. The other options I see are: DMC-FZ72 (quite a bit cheaper, seems like...