FujiFilm FinePix HS10 (FinePix HS11)
Announced Feb 2, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 720 mm (30×)
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My HS10 has a problem. When i turn it on it is fine. Take a photo and then the view finder (screen and eye piece) do not come back on. I cannot view the SD card photos and cannot take any more photos. When I check the SD card the photos are not on there so no pics taken. The camera is in good condition and I have changed the batteries but nothing works except video recording. Any ideas anyone or is it useless now?
By: SeeingTheLight (Jan 16, 2015)
Posted to: Canon EOS-1D / 5D / 6D Talk
Hello to you all, I'm a brand new member with some new kit on the way and I would like to interrogate the concensus. I started in photography about 20 years ago with a 1977 Olympus OM2n with a 28mm ; 50mm Carl Zeiss; and a Tamron 75-300 set-up, for amateur enjoyment basically that was great for ten years.After digital came out, like many, I waited and waited to see affordable quality and really got started in digital with the Nokia brand of phone cameras and their Carl Zeiss...
By: Ian555 (Sep 7, 2014)
I have a FinePix HS10 and it seems like I have a lot of problems with pressing the shutter to take a picture and the camera has a long delay before the picture is taken. I see it mostly for trying to take photos of action or fast moving things or in low light with flash. I do mostly general photography on auto mode. Does anyone have any suggestions to help? I am also thinking about just upgrading the camera. Any suggestions on what other camera to look at that is similar to the HS10 and...
By: AmirhosainD90 (Dec 24, 2013)
As you can see here, DP completely ignores and disregards Fuji, specially HS & EXR lineup and doesn't neither review nor publish their sample photos, even a preview! But a toy 100$ camera from other brands (specially Canon) has review, preview, sample photos, comparison studio photos, rating , ... WHY?!
I am hoping someone can give me some advice. I am a bit of a newbie when it comes to cameras, I have played about with slrs before and primarily use a fujiflim hs10 bridge camera as my holiday and day to day camera. My wife and I Have a trip planed for next July to go to uganda for a couple of weeks to do gorilla and chimp trekking as well as doing general safari experiences (lions, elephants, buffalo, birds etc). We are unsure of what the best cameras are to buy as I believe the gorillas...
Hi, I just bought Fuji HS50EXR (I previously owned HS10) & after my first few trials faced following problems. (I love to use the Zoom In feature.) 1. While taking pictures of same stationery, distant object like say a SHIP, at various Zoom strengths (like 10x, 20x, 30x etc), I noticed that the pictures are NOT properly focused.(they r out of focus at increasing zoom power). Is this a problem with the camera?? Never happened with HS10. 2. While taking pictures of structures at 24mm FL (wide)...
DSLR noob here. After recent safaris, I've decided to buy a DSLR to get beyond the limits of the bridge cameras I used (specifically HS10 and HS30), especially after seeing the results my brother gets with his Sony A55 and 70-400 lens. I narrowed my choice down to the Nikon D7100 with one of the following lens (latest Nikon 70-300 or 80-400, or Sigma 150-500) to handle my primary interests in wildlife and aviation photography. Then I started more serious consideration of video capabilities in...
I remember the HS10's live preview being the more basic type which meant when, say, set to M or S mode with less than optimal settings, it wouldn't reflect the final exposure outcome. In other words, images would look OK on the LCD with the shutter button half-pressed but would end up under- or over exposed after being taken. Is that still the case with HS50? Or does it now use exposure simulation a.k.a. exposure priority display? for reference:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live_preview#Types
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