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|Seller Notes:||“In full working condition”|
|Weight:||28 oz. Oz..48oz.||MPN:||
|Bundled Items:||Case or Bag||Series:||Fisher-Price Kid-Tough|
|The Fujifilm FinePix HS50EXR Digital Camera features a 16 megapixel 1/2 EXR CMOS II sensor and an EXR Processor II image processor to provide high quality imagery and performance throughout the camera system. The combination of these two technologies enables a high sensitivity to ISO 12800, fast continuous shooting up to 11fps, and the integration of EXR Auto to automatically provide optimum shooting settings depending on the scene in which you are photographing. The image sensor also incorporates phase-detection pixels into its design to enable Intelligent Hybrid AF, which provides quick and accurate focusing capabilities through the use of both contrast- and phase-detection methods of acquiring focus. Phase-detection AF also benefits the Full HD 1920 x 1080p video capabilities by offering full-time continuous AF with face tracking while recording movies.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||140324119|
|Product Key Features|
|Weight||28 oz. Oz..48oz.|
|Additional Product Features|
|Light Sensitivity MAX||100|
|MAX Video Resolution||1920x1080|
|Continuous Shooting SPEED||60fps|
|Camera Flash Features||Slow Sync, Forced ON, Auto Flash|
|Digital Video Format||MPEG-4|
|Focal Length Equivalent to 35mm Camera||24-1000mm|
|Supported Flash Memory||SDHC Card, SD Card, SDXC Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Card, SD Memory Card|
|Microphone Type||With Built-In Microphone|
|Macro Focus Range||0.39in. (w)|
|Focus Adjustment||Autofocus & Manual Focus|
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Easy to use
Good image quality
Nice All-around Superzoom
I bought this camera because of its huge focal length, its manual zoom control and its ability to capture RAW files. I found its image stabilization mechanism to be superb that I could take reasonably sharp pictures hand held at its maximum focal length and at slower shutter speeds. It also has a very short start-up time and very fast auto-focusing system. What I also liked about this camera is that it is small and light compared to DSLR cameras that will weigh 10-20 times more and cost 20-40 times more (The Nikon 800mm f/5.6 lens weighs 10 lb, measures 18 inches in length and costs a whooping $18.000). The downside of this camera is of course its image quality: soft, noisy and a lot of chromatic aberration. Its dynamic range also is not so great so you can easily blow up the sky if you expose for the shadows. Actually it's loaded with technology, features and controls which you can't find in any other camera at this price point, but again at the expense of image quality which I think will not be much better in any other camera in the same category (which I prefer to call it Bridge camera rather than Point-and-Shoot camera). So if you're looking for a do-it-all super-zoom at a reasonable price and don't care much about image quality, this camera is for you. But if you're looking for better image quality and you can give up some reach, you better look for a DSLR with an APS-C sensor or at least a MILC camera with a decent telephoto zoom.
Overall I'm impressed with this Bridge camera
I wanted to give this a try for my introduction step into digital photography. I do have an 8M camera on my phone but a phone camera does not compare to a real DSLR camera. I didn't want to simply exchange all my film equipment and lenses to digital format versions, but I didn't want to sacrifice the ability to use filters, flashes, external mics and even a cable release cord. In steps the Fujifilm HS50EXR. It has more than enough manual features and DSLR features to make this a perfect transition camera. The EXR modes are incredible and take the metering work out of complicated shots. I find myself hardly using the manual modes now but I am glad they are still available. **note** some people seem to think this camera can not go down to f11. It can but only in manual mode. The thing about using the EXR mode which I found even better than manual, is the camera takes 3 shots each time we press the shutter release. The best elements of the three shots are merged into a single image as if we only took one shot Weight wise, this is a HEAVY camera (654g) in comparison to other long zoom point-n-shoots. The best part is the manual zoom. No motors to break down, and NO stupid motor sounds pushing the lens out in high zoom video captures. And because it is a manual zoom, we can go from x1-x42 in a second or less depending on your dexterity. Love the fact it has a view finder with an auto switch mode but I found that a bit of a nuisance as when we get too close to the screen it auto switched over to the view finder instead. No worries we can turn this feature off and rely on manual switch button instead. PRO’s: - 28-1000mm manual zoom (x1-x42 optical) + x2 digital (x2 – x84) - Fastest Dual focus (Continuous phase detection & Contrast) - Dual Anti-shake mechanism (OIS & Contrast) - Captures at 5-13 fps (depends on mode) - Electronic level and onscreen guide line - 1080p @ 60 fps (max 480 fps at lowest resolution) - Ability to take screw in filters (58mm) - Ability to take 3rd party HDMI cable for direct TV connect - Hot shoe for external dedicated flash or lighting panels - External mic (2.5mm jack and not 3.5mm) - Electronic shutter release cable (RR80A) CON’s: - Plastic* tripod mount *I was told by Fujifilm the reason why it’s plastic is because people tend to over screw and jam the metal screw into the camera thus killing it beyond repair. Being plastic instead of the screw going into the body, the mount is designed to break instead so no harm will come of over screwing. https://www.flickr.com/cameras/fujifilm/hs50exr/
Powerfull lightweight manual superzoom camera
This camera takes very fast clear pictures and videos. I found the low light to be excellent as well. The only thing wrong is it feels cheap but its light and does a great job. I was surprised to see 2 levels of crop factors like in my Nikon that's cool without a huge price so the MANUAL zoom is great! I bought it for the manual operating zoom and like it so far. After playing with it a bit it reminded me why I bought my Canon sx50hs for the quality. I don't like the exr settings as it seems to not work well but all the other settings are nice. A lot easier to just click and get a clear photo then my Nikon d7100 in live view so if your looking for nice zoom range with not changing lenses and a light weight camera try it you might like it too.
the best buy ever
I have heard PPL claim it does not have great Picture quality, well that depends on how you grade Picture quality. My Camera must be an anomaly because I am shocked by how good it is after reading review after review that all said the same things... I think they are most likely fans of other brands and just don't like that fact they their brand got showed up by Fuji.. after all fuji is not as old as Nikon, or Cannon however they got beat both in price and overall quality. The only way to know is to buy one... Don't listen to the eggberts ... this Camera is a solid Camera and packed full oof features no other camera has... as a "Bridge Camera" its the TOP of its class as far as Im concerned... its gard buying Cameras because reviewer's are bias so I say Try it, and if you ever owned a Fuji you already know ... I had a S7000 Zoom that PPL in my crowd still think its on par with their new Cameras...wait till they see the FinePix HS50EXR I just got... I got filters and 3 star filters 8, 6, and 4 cant wait to play with them when they come...im not new my first dig was the 602Z Fuji uses honeycomb CCD instead of Pixels anyone who is familiar with TVs know that Fuji style has more per sq inch and that results in a higher resolution and since they have the paten on it No one else can duplicate their method of capturing a picture... So they bash... I still have my 602z and my s7000z they both still work that's a testament to the quality... I started taking digital pics in 02 ot the camera cheap because the "ISO" folks would not allow Fuji to rate their camera as high as they did even though they had a different more advanced way of capturing a Pic the big dogs came to the defense of the other well known brands.. I have always made my purchases based on specs and the specs are off the chart! I have over 28k pics I have taken between both cameras and im looking forward to using this one the Fuji Guys on you tube did a good review of this camera... here is a link with some pics https://www.flickr.com/photos/99004284@N05/favorites/ happy shopping
Camera looks wonderful - but image quality severely lacking - disappointed
To begin with, I've now owned or used over 100 digital cameras since 1998. I'm an advanced amateur who's had the luxury of shooting in a variety of environments. I enjoy Fuji products and more recently purchased the outstanding Fuji X-S1 (featuring a better build quality and a much larger sensor). I ordered this HS50EXR because of the features and appearance that I've read about. So I thought that $309 on eBay was a great price to "try it out." Well, I've got to be forthright here in that although it looks like a small DSLR and has a good featureset, unfortunately, the image quality (IQ) is a huge step below many other competing models. You can obtain a bit cleaner IQ if you use the EXR mode (in particular the dynamic range mode), but unfortunately, it cuts the resolution in half from 16 MP to only 8 MP (and in the EXR mode you are not left with many options at all such as being able to adjust the aperture settings or being able to choose your AF point - those options go away). In the regular mode (P,A,S,M), even at ISO 100 there is much noise to be found, along with jaggies and artifacts in the images. I shoot mostly in the RAW mode, but even then (using a variety of image converters), the results leave much to be desired. In addition, there's very little dynamic range and even the smallest areas of highlights can be blown out to the max. Of course, this HS50 uses a very small 1/2" (which is only a tad larger than the smallest 1/2.3 variety). This results in ultra small pixels that can't handle much dynamic range. This changes a bit in the EXR mode, but as stated, often-times it drops the resolution to only 8 MP's. In addition, many of the images are "blurry" on the right side of my copy of this camera - a real bummer. It's obvious that the optics aren't up to snuff. But what do you expect from a massive 24-1000 MM range - there will be tradeoffs. Again, the previous X-S1 uses a 24-600 MM zoom range and much sharper optics. But in coming back to the image quality - one should experience the joys of using the larger Fuji X-S1 (a 12 MP model) that has a larger 23" sensor (look for that model on eBay or Amazon). The differences in IQ are like night and day with the X-S1 really destroying the HS50EXR. So in the final analysis, I'm very bummed out about this purchase and noooooooo, I'm not the type of person to return an item "because I didn't like it." I bought it, so I'm keeping it. I may sell it for a loss, or give it to a family member as a gift. If you're serious about the IQ that a camera can achieve, by all means steer clear of this one. If you're just into the point and shoot mindset, then yes...this one will make you happy. So in summary: 1. Are you a novice who just wants to snap pics and have a huge zoom range? Then buy this camera. 2. If you are an advanced user who cares about the quality of the images you take? Then stay away from this camera.