Digital cameras: Compare features & prices Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR review http://www.which.co.uk/technology/photography/reviews/digital-cameras/fujifilm-finepix-f300exr/review/
A compact camera with a big zoom lens, the Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR is packed full of features to help you get the most out of point-and-shoot photography. With a 12Mp EXR sensor, 15x zoom and HD video mode, this is a good all-round model to consider.
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Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR
- Launch date: Aug 2010
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The time it takes for the camera to take the picture, after you have pressed the button from a completely unpressed position (as opposed to a half-pressed position which cuts shutter delay considerably).
We measure the effectiveness of the camera's image stabiliser by judging pictures taken in trembling motion conditions and low light scenarios. We include this test even if the camera only offers Digital Anti-Blur rather than true mechanical stabilisation. The rating is for the sharpness of the image and the retention of picture quality.
Low light picture quality
We test the camera's picture quality in challenging low light, judging the amount of graininess and the camera's ability to focus sharply on its subject.
Face detection effectiveness
We test how to see if the camera's face detection can correctly expose and focus on individual faces within a shot. This is a new test added to our 2010 test programme.
Overall picture quality
An overall rating based on our assessment of the camera's picture quality in different light conditions and at different zoom ranges, taking into account sharpness, colour accuracy, contrasting, and any distortions that may be present.
An overall rating for the camera's video quality in different light conditions, judging sharpness, smoothness of moving subject and panning shots, and colour accuracy.
Video sound quality
A rating for the recorded sound quality captured by the camera's built-in microphone.