Features & Controls
By Josh Fate
Wide: 1.3' - 11.8' (0.4m - 3.6m)Telephoto: 1.6' - 6.6' (0.5m - 2.0m)
Framing and viewing your images is accomplished with the 3.0-inch, 230,400 dot LCD screen. This large screen also makes it easy to search through the menus.
Controls on the back: In the upper right is the Movie mode shutter release. Coupled around it is a switch for regular and high-speed movie modes. Next is the Record mode button, followed by the 4-way controller which lets you easily navigate menu screens or select images for playback. The center button accepts menu selections. You can program the 'Left' and 'Right' actions in the Record menu. In Record mode you push 'Up' to control the amount of info displayed on the LCD and 'Down' to change the flash mode or to delete an image when in Playback. Next is the Playback button, switching the camera from REC to Playback mode. Finally the MENU button calls up and dismisses the menu system.
The Exilim FH100 is compatible with SD and SDHC memory cards. The faster and larger the card, the better your performance will be when capturing HD movies. The camera is shown here with a Lexar Pro Class 6, 8GB SDHC card.
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