Fujifilm FinePix S700 Zoom Review
Record Modes & Menus(Note: The F700 does not output video in Record mode so some of these screen
shots have been borrowed from our S7000 review and others were photographed
directly off of the camera's LCD screen.)
Program AE mode allows for many options to be can be changed. See the menu below for the
exposure and camera options available in Program AE, Shutter speed priority,
Aperture priority or Manual mode.
Recording Menu options:
Photo Mode options (accessed by "F" button):
With the Mode Dial on the SP (Scene Program) setting you can quickly choose one of four
scene modes (Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Night
You can manually select one of 49 focus areas by pressing and holding the C-AF
button and moving the AF target marks with the 4-way selector. The screen is divided
up into 7 rows by 7 columns and any one of those points can be selected. Note that
regardless of the AF focus area, the exposure is always based on the center of the
Pressing the DISP button to display the grid overlay which can be used as
a composition aid.
The Macro mode allows you to shoot from 3.5 to 31.5 inches,
flash coverage is good from 11.8 to 31.5 inches. The zoom is fixed in wide angle position
but the digital zoom feature can be used.
Movie mode is capable of capturing full motion video
with audio at 30 frames per second in 640x480 VGA or 320x240 QVGA resolution. The
length of these movies are limited only by available storage space.
As with most digicams that offer a movie mode with sound, you cannot zoom during capture but you can set the zoom where you want it before you begin to record.
Table of Modes and Functions
Table of Menu Options
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