Fujifilm, the Japanese photography and imaging multinational, has revealed a number of superzoom cameras and the best part about it that the products come at affordable prices. Further strengthening the superzoom range, Fujifilm has recently revealed FinePix S2980, which according to the claims discovers a broad variety of wide angle photography. The Fujifilm FinePix S2980 is priced at Rs. 12,499 and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Fujifilm Holding Corporation, Japan owns all the rights of Fujifilm India Pvt. Ltd, which brings in the superzoom bridge camera in our home market. For amateur photographers FinePix S2980 is a perfect device. Within a compact size, the FinePix S2980 brings about some pretty impressive features, which includes a a 14 megapixel CCD sensor, which delivers large, high-resolution images, 28 mm wide angle, 18x Fuji nonoptical zoom, a large 3 inch LCD screen accompanied by a HD movie capture.
Fujifilm has made substantial claims that with FinePix S2980 there is no need to settle on distortion, as the device’s wide ranged focal range combined with multiple image stabilization to give out to the user, the sharpest image possible. With Fujifilm FinePix S2980 one can experience a full-screen HDTV image display, thanks to a HD 720p movie recording in by default 16:9 format featured in the camera. The device also fits in a System Automatic Scene Recognition (SR AUTO). Through this feature, the camera automatically detects frames and selects appropriate setting from Portrait, Landscape, Night, Macro, Night Portrait and Backlit Portrait.
Mr. Rohit Pandit, Executive Vice President (DSC), Fujifilm India said that professional photographers have always been interested in capturing their shots manually and the new latest addition in the S-series has a feature to work in manual mode as well. The shooting options embedded with high performance of S2980 gives the photographer the optimum setting for any scene. Three consecutive shots are sticked together by the camera automatically, with simple in-frame guidance to ensure the images are aligned. The image can then be saven in the memory card to produce a magnificant view.