Features & Controls

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This Fujinon 15x optical zoom lens has a 35mm equivalent of 24-360mm. Accompanied by sensor-shift image stabilization, the camera is able to capture sharp, handheld images in moderate lighting throughout the zoom range. When the camera is turned off, the zoom retreats into the body of the camera for protection. 


Focus Range:
Normal: Approx. 45cm / 1.5ft. to infinity (W) - Approx. 2.5m / 8.2ft. to infinity (T)
Macro: Approx. 5cm - 3.0m / 2.0in.- 9.8ft. (W) - Approx. 1.2m - 3.0m / 3.9ft. - 9.8ft. (T)





Fuji_f300exr_flash.JPGWhen the camera is powered on, this small flash unit rises out of the top of the camera as the lens is protruding. It works in forced on, off, auto and slow synchro all with the red-eye reduction on or off. 


Flash Range:
Wide - Approx. 15cm - 3.2m / 0.5ft. - 10.5ft.
Tele - Approx. 90cm - 1.9m / 3.0ft. - 6.2ft.





Fuji_f300exr_back.JPGFraming and viewing your images is accomplished with the high-quality 3-inch, 460,000 dot LCD screen. With twice the resolution of most LCD screens, this camera will show you more than you are used to seeing. 





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Controls on Back: At the top, sitting on an angle that allows it to be considered the top or the back, is the mode dial. This gives you the choices of shooting modes from auto to manual. Down a little further are the playback and video record buttons. The 4-way controller gives you shortcuts to the exposure compensation/delete, flash, self-timer and macro settings. A dial around the outside makes it even easier and faster to change settings. In the middle is the MENU/OK button which opens the camera menu and allows you to select your choices. On the bottom are the DISP. button and the Function button. DISP changes the amount of information shown to you on the LCD. The Function button brings up a quick menu of shooting settings that you will want to have quick access to.





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On the right side of the camera you will find the two i/o ports. On top is the combination A/V out and USB port, allowing you to hook the camera up to any computer or TV to view and transfer your images. On the bottom is the HDMI output, allowing you to quickly hook up to any HDTV to view your HD movies and images.












Fuji_f300exr_sd.JPGWith a very small internal memory (approx. 40MB) you will count on SD/SDHC memory cards to capture your images. Here the camera is shown with a 16GB ADATA class 6 SDHC card. To take full advantage of the HD video capture, we recommend using at least a class 4 card.


Approx. Storage Capacities:
Modes Still image
Number of recorded pixels 4000 x 3000 (4:3) 4000 x 2664 (3:2) 4000 x 2248 (16:9)
Quality JPEG FINE JPEG NORMAL JPEG FINE JPEG NORMAL JPEG FINE JPEG NORMAL
Internal Memory (approx. 40MB) 8 13 9 14 10 17
SD memory card 512 MB 100 160 110 180 130 220
1 GB 200 330 230 370 270 440
2 GB 410 660 460 740 550 880
SDHC memory card 4 GB 830 1330 930 1490 1110 1770
8 GB 1680 2670 1880 3000 2240 3550

Modes Movie
Number of recorded pixels Movie recording time
Quality HD VGA
Internal Memory (approx. 40MB) - 30sec
SD memory card 512 MB 2min. 6min.
1 GB 5min. 12min.
2 GB 10min. 25min.
SDHC memory card 4 GB 20min. 50min.
8 GB 42min. 1hr. 40min.






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Powering the F300EXR is a ---mAh Li-Ion rechargeable battery. Fuji claims that this battery is enough to capture up to 250 images on a single charge. To charge the battery, Fuji has included this portable quick charger, which also makes it easy to keep a spare battery charged and on hand at all times.

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