Fujifilm FinePix F10 Zoom Review
Record Mode Screens & Menus
The Auto record mode is a simple "Point-n-Shoot" mode. The line of
info across the top starts on the left with a red box containing a camera
icon and "AUTO" for Auto Record mode. The "6M" represents
image resolution of 6 megapixels, "F" indicates Fine
compression, and "68" is the number of remaining frames.
The yellow brackets in the center denotes the
auto focus target area.
Half-pressing the shutter release locks the autofocus, white balance and exposure.
Pressing the DISPlay button toggles: No overlay information, overlay information,
framing grid lines or the unique PostShot display shown here with the previous 3
images captured on the left and the live view on the right.
The Manual record mode lets you select values for many exposure
options - see menu below. Shown here we have set the White Balance, Exposure
Compensation and Spot Metering.
PHOTOMETRY - Multiple, Spot, Center-weighted
WHITE BALANCE - Auto, Manual Preset, Daylight, Shade, "Daylight" Fluorescent, "Warm White" Fluorescent, "cool white" Fluorescent, Incandescent
HIGH-SPEED SHOOTING - Continuous exposure mode; on or off
SET - enter the SETUP menu
CONTINUOUS - Top 3, Final 3 or Long-Period Continuous
AF MODE - Center, Multi or Continuous
ISO - Auto or 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600
COLOR MODE - Standard, Chrome (vivid), B&W
The Macro focus mode can be enabled in Auto or Manual shooting mode
and allows you to focus from approx. 3 inches to 2.6 feet depending on focal length.
Movie record mode, the recording size can be 640x480 or 320x240 @ 30fps
with sound. The length depends on space available on the xD Card, see chart
The optical zoom lens can be set before recording begins but not during.
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