Fujifilm FinePix HS50 EXR

Announced Jan 7, 2013 •
16 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 1000 mm (41.7×)

This camera has many tools from a reflex, many filters, auto modes and manual modes. I bought it on a special price just to try it before buying a full reflex but I dont think now it's worth a penny ! I got on auroras hunting with the fuji HS50 and got wonderful pictures in complete night with great green and purples details in. But the iso is limited in time of opening ( 4s max for 800 iso, 15s max for 400 iso...) so I had to get iso 100 for max exposure but less colors. Photoshop did the ...

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I have the camera for almost a month now and here are my impressions compared to my previous HS30 and other superzoom cameras. I will make this short and straightforward. Speed and Performance Although undocumented, Fuji put a new sensor on the HS50EXR. Sporting a FSI(?)-CMOS EXR II sensor with phase-detect pixel. This new sensor together with a more powerful processor dramatically reduced the shutter lag and shot-to-shot time and vastly improved the AF speed with its hybrid Phase-detect AF ...

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Taken at 42x optical and 2x digital zoom, this camera is capable of amazing results, I love it, worth every penny, feels like a DSLR to use but no lens changing and pretty darn good image quality Taken right on the limit of the zoom both optical and digital, have never been able to grab shots like this before

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Had tried by my self. Very good camera in his class, sharpness also better than older HS, also color balance very good. Near to X-Series. The importance is the AF speed. Very fast !!! still in the room, this is very fast super zoom i ever tried. Handling operational, very similar to DSLR entry level. Convenient to handle. With optical image stabilizer lens shift, lower speed can be done without tripod in wide position. I will post mine later in my gallery. Wide Dynamic Range for Landscape ...

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