Fujifilm FinePix 6800 Zoom Review
Record Modes & Menus
AUTO Record Mode
Screen display when shooting in AUTO mode. The left screen is what you see as you are framing and the right screen is after the shutter release is half-pressed to lock the exposure and focus.
The AUTO record mode is a "point-n-shoot" mode where the camera is locked into most default options to insure the best picture under a wide variety of shooting environments. What can be changed is shown in the following menu screens.
MANUAL Record Mode
While not a real manual mode where you can change the shutter speed and aperture values, the FinePix 6800's Manual Record mode is an automatic mode that allows you to change the following settings:
SP Record Mode
Scene Position lets you select Black and White, Night (slow shutter and slow sync flash), Scene (Landscape) or Portrait mode and you can change the following settings:
Continuous Record Mode
Continuous Record lets you take burst mode sequence shots of up to 5 frames at 3fps. This mode also enables the use of the AE Bracketing feature. After capturing a sequence it prompts you as shown above to save the images or discard them if you have the Postview option enabled. The following settings can be changed:
Movie Record Mode
Capture 320x240 video with sound at 10fps for up to 160 seconds.
Audio Record Mode
Record sound for up to 33 minutes on 16MB card.
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