Fujifilm FinePix Z100fd Review
Record Mode Screens & Menus
Just slide open the lens cover to turn on the camera. The first thing you see on the LCD screen is the camera's current settings. The top left icon shows the Shooting mode is set to Auto. The next icon shows Face Detection is on. When there is no flash icon, the flash is on automatic, otherwise there will be some type of icon shown. More info is provided on the top right of the screen. You can see the Resolution is set to 8M (8-megapixels) and next that the Quality is set to F (fine) and that you can take 259 more images at the current resolution. All this info is only displayed for a few seconds when you open the cover of the camera. By pressing the DISP. button you can choose to show this info all the time, take it away or even show a grid on the screen to help you with framing your shots.
Pressing the Shutter halfway starts the Auto Focus mode and the screen displays the shutter speed and aperture
settings at the bottom of the LCD along with the flash setting at the top.
The Manual mode screen is very similar to Auto, with the only difference being the manual icon and on the right
side and the ISO setting being used is listed. Here you can see the possible screen settings: Info displayed,
Grid lines, and all Info off.
The 4-way control on the back of the camera allows you to change the Anti-Shake, Flash, Self-Timer and Macro shooting settings with just the touch of a button.
Continuous - Long Period, Final 3, Top 3, Off
Exp. Compensation - ±2 in 1/3 increments
White Balance - Auto, Fine, Shade, Fluorescent 1, 2 and 3, Incandescent
Quality - 8M Fine, 8M Normal, 3:2, 4M, 2M, .3M
ISO - 64, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, Auto
FinePix Color - Standard, Chrome, B&W
AF Mode - Center, Multi
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