Skip to content Skip to sidebar Skip to footer

Fujifilm Finepix Hs35exr 16mp Digital Camera With 3-Inch Lcd (Black) (Discontinued By Manufacturer)

fujifilm finepix hs35exr 16mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black discontinued by manufacturer

Fujifilm FinePix HS35EXR 16MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • 1/2\" 16MP BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Manual Zoom Fujinon 30x optical zoom lens
  • 3.0\" Tilt LCD and 920K dot EVF
  • Full HD Movies
  • Continuous Shooting @ 8fps in Full Resolution

FinePix HS35EXR

Buy Now : Fujifilm FinePix HS35EXR 16MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

Brand : Fujifilm
Category : Electronics,Camera & Photo,Digital Cameras,Point & Shoot Digital Cameras
Rating : 4.1
Review Count : 75
Auto Focus Technology : Center, Face Detection, Tracking, Multi-area, Single, Continuous, Contrast Detection
Photo Sensor Size : 1/2-inch
Photo Sensor Technology : EXRCMOS
Effective Still Resolution : 16
Video Capture Resolution : 1080p
Model Name : Fujifilm FinePix
Model Number : FinePix HS35EXR
Best Sellers Rank : #456,124 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #3,110 in Digital Point & Shoot Cameras
Number of Items : 1
Color : Black
Included Components : Instruction Manual
Expanded ISO Maximum : 12800
Lens Type : Zoom
Optical Zoom : 30 x
Compatible Mountings : Fujifilm FinePix
Screen Size : 3 Inches
Display Type : LCD
Batteries Required? : Yes
Number of Batteries : 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
Are Batteries Included : Yes
Rechargeable Battery Included : No
Battery Cell Composition : Lithium Ion
Battery Weight : 35 Grams
Target Gender : Unisex
Connectivity Technology : USB, HDMI
Continuous Shooting Speed : 11
Special Feature : Image Stabilization
Skill Level : Amateur
Form Factor : SLR-like (bridge)
Hardware Interface : USB
Display Resolution Maximum : 460000
White balance settings : Auto
JPEG quality level : Fine
Image Stabilization : Sensor-shift
Video Capture Format : MPEG-4, H.264
Viewfinder Type : Electronic
Display Fixture Type : Tilting
Item Dimensions LxWxH : 5.16 x 4.96 x 3.82 inches
Item Weight : 1.51 Pounds
Zoom Type : Optical Zoom
Focus Type : Manual Focus
Maximum Focal Length : 720 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length : 24 Millimeters
Expanded ISO Minimum : 6400
Metering Description : Multi, Average, Spot
Shooting Modes : Scene
Flash Memory Installed Size : 20
Battery Description : Li-ion NP-W126 battery and charger
Wireless Communication Technology : None
Flash Memory Type : SD/SDHC/SDXC
Water Resistance Level : Not Water Resistant
GPS : None
Max Shutter Speed : 1/4000 seconds
Min Shutter Speed : 30 seconds
Processor Description : EXR
Digital Zoom : 2
Exposure Control Type : Shutter Priority AE, Manual, Aperture Priority, Programmed AE

fujifilm finepix hs35exr 16mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black discontinued by manufacturer
fujifilm finepix hs35exr 16mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black discontinued by manufacturer
fujifilm finepix hs35exr 16mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black discontinued by manufacturer
fujifilm finepix hs35exr 16mp digital camera with 3 inch lcd black discontinued by manufacturer

Fujifilm FinePix HS35EXR 16MP Digital Camera with 3-Inch LCD (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

  • I bought this camera primarily to take indoor sports pictures. I needed faster shutter speeds to reduce the blurring. I have been using ASA 800 with pretty good results, so far. I also figured the zoom would help get into the action though honestly I need to balance between close zoom and being able to frame the picture given the fast pace of action. I find myself using only about 3x zoom so far, nowhere near close to the limits of this camera. BTW my unit also showed up with a significant \"drag\" in the manual zoom action around 4-5x. However with some exercising of the lense it seems to have gone away. Still not quite as silky smooth as the Fuji X-S1 tester I looked at but I am hopeful, given progress so far. I like the manual zoom. I tried a Nikon L830 but found the the motor driven zoom twitchy, and combined with the aggressive power saver feature on that model, found myself having to power back on and rezoom too frequently. With the Fuji I can just power down and leave the zoom as is. Also all the zoom action on the Nikon may have contributed to it\'s battery appetite. I thought the manual focus on this model might prove useful but not so much at this point, as some have pointed out it is fly by wire and not absolute, and frankly the auto-focus is so accurate and fast you really don\'t need it. Maybe if I was taking some ultra picky set-up shot. Battery life has been good; though, I will likely invest in a second battery to back me up. Once the indicator shows 2/3 the end is fast approaching. I think I will grow into this camera with all its features. I feel like I\'ve only scratched the surface of it\'s capability so far. Oh and I like the size and feel in my hands. I have pretty big mitts and many of the more compact units (Nikon L830, Canon SX500) felt a bit cramped for hand placement.
  • I have a Nikon D5100 DSLR, which I dearly love. Problem is, the body and lens combined set me back over $1200. Not the camera I want to take with me on Boy Scout camping trips and the like.Enter the HS35EXR. Everything about this camera screams DSLR expect for the non-interchangeable lenses and the price. With the focal length range on this camera, you don\'t really need to worry about interchangeable lenses. At this price, I don\'t mind taking it camping.A friend of mine wanted to buy a Canon DSLR. Knowing my friend as I do, and how she would use the camera, I offered her the use of my FinePix for a couple of days. She fell in love with it and didn\'t want to give it back! When she finally relinquished control of it, I told her how much it cost. She was flabbergasted, having been convinced it would be almost as expensive as any DSLR.Needless to say, she ordered on that day, and has mentioned many times how much she loves it, and thanked me for saving her a ton of money.To be honest, I use my FinePix more than my Nikon. In fact, had I known about this camera when I purchased my Nikon, I likely would have never purchased the DSLR. It\'s really that good.Two things set this bridge camera apart from the others: - The zoom on the lens is operated by twisting a ring on the lens, just like a DSLR lens. Almost all other bridge cameras have an in/out switch, which drives a motor. The motor requires power, the zoom is relatively slow, and at best there are only 64 increments between full out and full in. With the twist ring, you can zoom in/out as fast as you can twist, it requires no battery power, and there are no increments between full out and full in. - The lens has real threads for real filters, just like a DSLR lens. None of this adapter nightmare. It takes standard 58mm diameter lenses. That was huge for me.Other comments: - The camera is small, but is not light. You can tell you have something in your hand, just like a DSLR. It\'s not as heavy as a DSLR, though. That\'s good. Lugging around a DSLR with an 18-300 zoom lens will wear you out. - It has a viewfinder which activates when you bring the camera up to your eye. How cool is that? That feature is adjustable, too. - It has a hot shoe--not many do. Yes, you need a Fuji flash, but almost every camera maker is doing that these days. - The screen has lower resolution than Nikon, but unless you\'re doing a side by side comparison, you can\'t tell. - The screen also tilts up and down for high and low shots. A nice feature. If you want a tilt/swivel screen, upgrade to the HS50EXR. - The popup flash is manual. If you\'re in low light, the camera won\'t automatically open the flash. Not a big deal, unless you need that. - The camera has more modes and features than I can list. I don\'t even know what they\'re for. There\'s a setting for taking pictures of dogs, and one for cats. Really? I\'m allergic, so it doesn\'t matter to me. I found that odd, though. - The lens cap is kind of big and thick. Fortunately, any 58mm diameter lens cap will fit, so if you don\'t like the stock cap, find another.
  • I bought this as an upgrade to my aging Fuji s6500 which is getting rather old at this point however still going strong after 7 years of festivals, nightclubs, sailing trips etc ...where it will be used as my \"go-to\" knockabout, where I need decent enough high ISO low-light performance, but would be throwing it into every situation where a DSLR could potentially get destroyed (or stolen) and need a long optical Zoom in a light body. After checking multiple reviews on the HS30 was about to pull the plug until I saw this bargain for the newer HS35 and snapped it up.The Auto EXR modes are fantastic for point and shoot, much better than the regular \"auto\" modes, Although you lose half the pixels the tradeoff of getting a useable shot is well worth it.The Zoom, oh the Zoom! will absolutely have you in awe, and the speed that the camera captures at is really phenomenal and kind of took me back a little having used some other bridge style cameras recently that really took their time to take photos.Admittedly its not a DSLR, however it doesn\'t really try to be. Its the kind of camera you should always have with you when you simply can\'t bring a huge lens or need something reasonably low profile and need to get close to the action FAST e.g. festivals, concerts, weddings, birthday parties etc... Even if you are a pro photographer this would be an ideal backup high zoom \"walkaround\" camera where you can discreetly take snaps of the un-aware from the other side of the event.The manual zoom is SOOO much better than motorized and one of the reasons I chose the Fuji over many other brands having got used to it with my old s6500 there really is no substitute.Focus is snappy and fast in all but the worst lighting conditions, and even then it is no slouch.The Movie mode is a fantastic upgrade for me (from 640 x 480!), slow motion function is not only fun but can actual be useful in situations where you want to learn about something e.g. sporting posture, however useless for anything else really due to the resolution. The Screen and EVF is simply gorgeous and responsive (however EVF refresh suffers in very low light).What surprised me more than anything was the lack of flash shadows and the fact that virtually every photo (in EXR) was almost processed to perfection right out of the camera with zero red-eye and no blown out faces. if you dive deeper into the advanced photo modes you can get some really cool images by e.g. a portrait in \"toy\" mode.Battery life is simply brilliant.The only really bad minus point I could make is that the manual \"fly by wire\" focus is still not nearly as fast as a real lens and it can be difficult to focus on objects unless you are reasonably stationary and in bright light. It has a tendency to overshoot the focus point unless you are extremely gentle with the ring, however the fast auto focus makes up for this an in 99.99% of situations will focus in less time than you could adjust a ring anyhow.Conclusion: For the current price of sub $300 its a no-brainer bargain. However, if the price goes up I think a better purchase would be be the hs35\'s \"big brother\" Fuji X-S1 which can be picked up refurbished for similar money and has a more professional edge, bigger sensor etc ...

Post a Comment for "Fujifilm Finepix Hs35exr 16mp Digital Camera With 3-Inch Lcd (Black) (Discontinued By Manufacturer)"