Fujifilm X 100 S: Beginner’s Guide
Arts and Photography
Added on May 07, 2015
Author John Sackelmore
Published March 6, 2015
File Size 11.04 KB
Fujifilm X 100 S: Beginners Guide 11.04 KB - The Fujifilm Corporation released its FinePix X 100S camera to the public in 2010. The compact digital cameras superior image quality has been applauded by reviewers and photographers globally. Also described as a modern yet classic device, the X100 also boasts a fixed 23mm F2 lens and SLR-sized APS-C 16.3MP X-Trans CMOS sensor, an EXR Processor II, easy access Q menu, on-sensor phase detection autofocus and novel color tray filter.
Ongoing improvement by the Fujifilm Corporation since the release of the device has also been lauded by photo enthusiasts. The X100 is also now renowned for its 2.8 inches 460k-dot rear LCD screen, Full HD 1080 60p/30p movie recording, a fixed F2 lens and dedicated dials for features such as aperture, exposure compensation and shutter speed.
The purpose of this piece is to highlight the varied features of this innovative device. We will also provide the necessary instructions needed to effectively use the cameras basic features. Do you want to download or read a ebook? It is available in PDF or epub format in the source
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