Fujifilm FinePix S1

Announced Jan 6, 2014 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 1200 mm (50×)
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I found out, its not in all cameras with EVF possible to review/inspect taken images in the viewfinder. For example its not possible in the Sony HX300, but in the HX400V. 1. How about postview in the TZ60 = TZ61 = ZS40 ? Can you inspect images you took an hour ago, in the viewfinder, by switching to play and using/switching-to the EVF? I am interrested in either the Panny TZ60 or fuji Finepix S1 . 2. Just another question: How many button presses to switch from Autofocus to Manual Focus...
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Hi could someone guide me on how to set up my camera to capture lightning cannot work out how to set a 30 second exposure I have put the camera in manual mode set the apature to f5.6 that's as far as I can get  Plus is it possible to use a lightning trigger using the hot shoe with this camera if so which one would be suitable
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Hi, I have this dicotomy. What do you think is better as superzoom in terms of IQ ? - E-PL5 + Zuiko 70-300 + EC-14 wich gives me an equivalent to 840mm optical, 1680 digital. or - Fujifilm Finepix S1 24-1200 optical, 2400 digital. I´m thinking about to buy de Fuji because of his sealed body and good reviews to use it as every day/travel camera but I already own the E-PL5... What do you think? Any sugestions. Thanks !!
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I've always had waterproof P&S cams for beach use, and still have one that can shoot underwater. I'm thinking about adding the S1, but not sure how smart that is for beach use. Hoping to get some advice from actual users. I'm not intending to submerge it in the water, but realistically it will get some saltwater wave splashes, and sand kicked on it. Is that a bad idea? I'm wondering about the zoom mechanism most of all. Sand can be a killer for that. Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated!
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I am thinking of getting into photography more seriously. Though used an SLR many years ago, since I went digital I have been using compacts (Olympus Tough u8000) and really just pointing and shooting. A lot of my photography is landscapes taken while hiking, so portability and weather resistance are important, though I want a good all-round camera too. I am undecided whether to go for a system, or a fixed lens versatile camera. On the one hand if I go for a system then I would probably only...
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By: hulakilo28 (4 months ago)
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This camera seems to have a lot of what I am looking for but i've never owned a camera of this caliber. I will be traveling a lot and won't have a lot of space for a bulky camera. I'm not particularly worried about video capabilities. As a whole would this camera be considered easy for a beginner to use? Is there any relevant reading material I should be aware of? Is it worth the money? Just looking for some advice from some more experienced folks.
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I found out, its not in all cameras with EVF possible to review/inspect taken images in the viewfinder. For example its not possible in the Sony HX300, but in the HX400V. How about Fuji´s superzooms with EVF: Can you inspect images you took an hour ago, in the viewfinder, by pressing play and using/switching-to the EVF? I am interrested in the fuji Finepix S1 , perhaps also Fuji HS50exr, but perhaps its also  interresting how other new fuji cameras work. --cheersMr.NoFlash
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hello, i am thinking about buying a "camera with long zoom" because the systemcamera ( i have ) has no long-zoom lens. so for example the hx300/hx400 ( but i also look at the Fuji finepix S1 or Samsung WB2200F ). Today i handled the hx300 in a shop, switched to viewfinder. I shot an image with the viewfinder, then i pressed play to review my image in the viewfinder. but it was not possible - it appeared in the LCD. I tried again to switch to "finder" with the Finder/LCD button, but the...
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Initially, I wanted to ask "What point and shoot has the lowest focal length equivalent?" thinking that would get me the camera I want. I currently shoot with a Canon Rebel t3i, mainly because I'm comfortable with it, its versatile, and its not very expensive.  Not interested in debating over the t3i's capabilities. I do not want to spend more than a few hundred dollars on either a new lens, or another camera (leaning more towards this, as having a backup would be nice). I do real estate...
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What size screw in filters does it take?
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