Fujifilm FinePix S5200
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|Type||Bridge digital camera|
|Sensor||1/2.5-inch Super CCD|
|Maximum resolution||2592x1944 (5.1 megapixels)|
|Focus modes||Single shot, continuous 3-shot, bracketing, manual|
|Focus areas||5 points, cross pattern|
|Exposure modes||Automatic, shutter-priority, aperture priority, program, manual|
|Metering modes||Matrix, Center Area, C/Wgt Average|
|Shutter speed range||15 s to 1/2000 s|
|Custom WB||6 presets, auto, custom|
|Rear LCD monitor||1.8-inch, 118,000 pixels|
The Fujifilm S5200 was primarily targeted at the power-user photographers in Australia, Europe and the United States. Although the S5200 was superseded by the S5700, the S5200 is still widely used in the photography community as a bridge camera.
The camera's features were fairly impressive at launch including a 10x optical zoom, a 5.1-megapixel CCD imaging sensor as well as a host of manual settings which did not exist on Compact cameras.
The manual settings which the s5200 featured allow much control over the image, such settings like TTL metering, ISO, flash, Macro, White Balance and Red Eye Reduction could be manipulated to produce impressive images.
Although the S5200 is not an SLR camera, its host of features allows it to compare itself with up-market cameras such as the Nikon Coolpix series of cameras.
- Fujinon 10x optical zoom lens, F3.2-F3.5, 38-380 mm
- Focal length f=6.3 mm-63 mm, equivalent to 35 mm film's 38 mm-380 mm
- Aperture F3.2 to F8, 9 steps, 1/3 EV steps
- Shutter lag of 0.015 of a second with pre-set focus
- Video recording (VGA or QVGA)
- Continuous AF and electronic manual focusing
- 2 frames per second for up to 3 shots
- AF assist lamp
- Fujichrome film simulation
- 4x AA premium alkaline batteries
- 1x shoulder/neck strap
- 1x lens cap
- 1x USB cable
- 1x composite cable
- 1.7x teleconverter
- 6 volt plug-pack
- "EISA award notification page". Archived from the original (HTML) on 2007-11-24. Retrieved 2007-12-22.
- Imaging Resource review of the S5200
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