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Fuji FinePix F11
The new Fuji FinePix F11 builds on the award winning F10, renowned for its clear and crisp images. The camera has manual exposure settings and sensitivity to allow for composing great shots in a variety of environments. While the 3x optical zoom might be a little scant for advancing photographers, the 6.3 megapixel sensor will capture plenty of detail for your pictures.
- 6.3 megapixels
- 3x optical zoom
- 6.2x/4.5x digital zoom
- auto and manual exposure
- JPEG file format
- ISO 80-1600
- lithium ion NP-120 battery
- movie mode with sound
- Part Number: FinePix F11
- Release Date: Oct 04, 2005
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Fuji FinePix F11 Reviews
Fuji FinePix F11 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 5.0 out of 5
Picture quality is excellent even in Auto mode. Quick response time too. battery lasts forever. Its light portable but steardy and solid too. Cant find any faults.
- 5.0 out of 5
F11 is easy to use for beginners who knows nothing about photography. The simplicity of auto mode allows me to take any kind of photos from bright to dark easily. Most amazing thing is it is fast to start up and allows me to shoot at least 600 pictures with just 1 battery !! Cheers to my F11 ....
- 5.0 out of 5
I was looking for a small digicam besides my Canon Pro DSLR camera's. Being spoiled by using the Canon 1d MarkII it took me a long time before I found what I liked. I bought the F11, mainly because of the creative options (shutter priority, aperture priority, etceteras). Yes, there are more models offering manual control settings (like the Canon Powershot A6xx an A7xx series), but they are twice as big.
I can't take my DSLR to work, and now I do have the F11 in my briefcase. It takes really great pictures. Easy to use (so even my wife will use this camera). My advise: buy. In The Netherlands this models comes with an 128Mb Xd card. Still not big, but much better than the 16Mb versions in other markets.
- 5.0 out of 5
I'm impressed with the photos the F11 takes in Auto mode, and even more impressed with the movie mode, which works a treat even in dismal light. The F11 is small enough to slip into a pocket, and switches on incredibly quickly.
My only complaint would be the non standard USB and dongle you have to carry around to transfer photos to a PC, but it's not a deal breaker.
All in all a great camera for someone wanting a bit more than your usual point and click.
- 4.0 out of 5
I've got 2 young children and really only need a camera these days to take pictures of my family. In short, i'm a member of the "point and shoot brigade". I've owned 2 Nikon coolpix camera's with the last one, a 4300 being stolen from the Australian Museum in Canberra; inadvertently left it for 20 seconds and it was gone. What I didn't like about the Nikon's was the slow start up, lag between shots and the camera tending to always go to flash indoors resulting in pictures of the kids looking washed out. I needed a camera quickly and on trawling the camera shops and reading what reviews were about, it came down to the Canon A620 or Fuji F11 (while the F11 is not available in Australia I looked at the F10). The Canon is a very good camera though what prompted me to go for the F11 was the large viewing screen, fast start up and really fantastic low light capabilities. I'm really happy with its performance to date. The only real criticism I have of the camera is all the cables etc you need to employ transfer images from the camera to PC; it even has to be connected up to the powerpoint which seems a little antiquated for what is otherwise a really great piece of engineering.
- 2.0 out of 5
What I DO like - the compact and sturdy build and the large and high quality viewing screen. With this particular model I can see no useful purpose for a view finder because the screen makes viewfinding and image composition a doddle.
What I DO NOT like - the image playback and subsequent loading onto my computer and printed images are completely ruined by a coloured line running horizontally across the entire image - I am sure that this is a fault with my particular camera and I plan to return it to the dealer for comment and possible replacement as soon as possible.
I can't really see much advantage in replacing the F10 for the F11 other than for the playback screen quality (which is not really as great a benefit as Fuji would have us believe) - I would rather have a reliable piece of equipment.
The image playback and subsequent unedited images have a distinct blue cast to them - this was apparent on my F10 as well.
- 5.0 out of 5
Takes perfect pictures in AUTO mode without tinkering and you have some manual options not like in the F10. F10 was the best but this is the PERFECT version of that :) Improved a bit in a lots of areas. But why I bought this one over the F10 is the display which has 1.5 times bigger resolution=153.000 pixels! Don't choose less than this! This is good but if it would be less than I would be unsatisfied.
Summary: Really small. You can put in your pocket or even into a women handbag. 500 shots with 1 charging!!! Not a part-timer camera that means thanks to the Super CCD and the really good 800 and 1600 ISO modes it can take perfect pictures in any light conditions... So if you want to use your camera in any circumstances(when the sun is not shining) any time(even at dusk or dawn) any place. Every camera can take really nice pictures(F11 is really impressive) But if there are not perfect conditions than none of the others can compete with this camera.
ps: only the Digital SLRs but those are very big and expensive...