Fujifilm FinePix JX530 digital camera
Fujifilm further expands its FinePix line of digital cameras with the JX530, where it will come with a wide range of interesting features to get beginners started on the right footing when they are just venturing into the world of digital photography. You will find that at the core of the Fuji FinePix JX530 lies a 14-megapixel image sensor and a wide-angle 5x optical zoom lens. In addition, its relatively compact size enables you to tote the JX530 camera just about anywhere, regardless of whether it is in your shirt pocket or purse. There is one drawback to the JX530 though, it does not come with the effective Dual Image stabilization technique found in more advanced models, as you will have to settle only for a digital image stabilization. Then again, those who are more advanced in the field would shun this beginner digital camera and opt for something better in the first place, so that is not such a big deal after all.
Features of the Fujifilm FinePix JX530 digital camera include a 2.7″ LCD display, while the inclusion of an Intelligent scene mode makes it much easier for newbies to get started as they don’t have to fiddle with manual controls in order to get the best possible shots, as this scene mode can cover 17 scenes and is able to detect the scene automatically. Your job is pretty simple then – just frame the shot and let the camera choose the right setting, and you’re good to go. Other features include Face Detection technology (capable of detecting up to 8 faces) with auto red-eye removal while Smile Shutter will help enhance the quality of the portrait.
With the 28mm wide angle 5x Fujinon lens, this allows you to experience a versatile zoom range that makes it ideal for a range of subjects. You will be able to record video in 720p High Definition video, while Blink Detection and Smile Shutter ensures your portrait shots will look a whole lot better compared to lesser or older digital cameras. No idea on pricing of this though, so hopefully more details will arrive in due time.
Source: Let’s Go Digital