Fujifilm camera has jerked over all the hurdles with its new launch of FinePix S4000 available at the best buy of Rs 17,500. with this launch Fujifilm had came out of its unrestrained period in camera market, because its other models which are launched in market in past few months are not too much impressive in comparison of other brands camera. Fujifilm FinePix S4000 is following some of the major configuration of its predecessors but this time more analyzed elements are configured to support its performance. This one is entrenched with 14 mega pixels CCD optical sensor that is supported with remarkable 30x optical zooming. This camera zooming quality gets more enriched with 45-steps digital zooming capability of it.
Now user have the power in the hand to capture the smooth and sharp close up of any far off object. If you need assistance in zooming, then please don't worry.. it is provided by its macro mode, which makes user shoot the target pretty closer as much as 2 cm of the lens. While having 24 mm wide angles, its lens can capture the whole surrounding of the object in the frame. FinePix S4000 presents all your clicked images and recorded HD videos on 3.0 inches broader LED display who also has the marvelous image resolution. Some more effective options like Electronic view finder that helps to conserve the battery power, nourish this camera features.
Fujifilm has incorporated Sensor shift image stabilization technique to reduct blur while shooting. Although having built in flash this Digicam is blessed with high ISO sensitivity, which automatically adjust its value upto 6400 according to the external light. Premium quality of this gadget is its live video recording quality that covers your priceless moment in HD at the rate of 720p. To make your power shots more accurate and impressive Fujifilm has embedded features like SR AUTO, Face Recognition, Blink Detection, Face Detection, Smile & Shoot mode, and various more that makes this camera functionality more adventurous. This camera definitely going to vibrate the current market.