Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD digital camera gets 18x zoom lens
The Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD digital camera is different from the rest since it comes with a generous 18x Fujinon optical zoom lens packed into a small lightweight body. When working in tandem with its 14 megapixel sensor, you can be sure that snapping great looking photos are a, well, snap. This is the latest addition to Fujifilm’s S-Series range of cameras, where it will bring together the ease-of-use of a compact camera without sacrificing on top image quality, letting you capture your digital memories with full confidence each time. To know more about the S2800HD, you can check out further information on its specifications and capabilities in the extended post.
The FinePix S2800HD will come with an impressive 28mm – 504mm high precision Fujinon optical zoom lens, virtually opening up the door for you to shoot all of the action even from a considerable distance away, making short work of cinematic landscapes as well as wildlife without missing a beat. Thanks to its new Panoramic shooting mode, you will be able to remove the risk of uneven landscapes or shaky horizons as all you need to do is shoot, align the + symbol into the circle and let the shutter to release itself automatically to seamlessly stitch the shots together in-camera. Talk about shooting like a pro, without really knowing how to do so.
Its mechanically stabilized 1/2 3″, 14 megapixel CCD sensor and high ISO sensitivity settings coupled with Fujifilm’s Dual Image Stabilization technology will work together to reduce the blurring effects of both hand-shake and subject movement, delivering superb pictures in the process. It can also play back still and movies in High Definition quality if you want to view your handiwork on the spot, but for those who prefer to enjoy their images on a large screen TV, then a mini HDMI port comes in handy, although you will need to pick up the mini HDMI cable separately. Other features include a Face Detection system, where its Smile and Shoot mode will be able to tell when your subject is smiling before taking a photo. It is powered by a quartet of AA batteries, which means you will be able to use it just about anywhere in the world without worrying about finding the right power socket for it.