Tuesday, April 14, 2009
FujiFilm Finepix J15
Although the need to sacrifice some things, but FujiFilm Finepix J15 is quite commensurate with the price dipatok by the manufacturer. In addition, for the purpose of documentation that is not too private to the ability of a powerful camera, Finepix J15 is already quite adequate and very easily operated.
Overview of the view outside view, this camera does not look much different with the Finepix J10. Besides the physical resemblance, the specification of Finepix J15 is also not far different with the J10. For example, both the camera's sensor is the same-use the same sized CCD 1/2.5 inch, 8.2 megapixel. They also use a Fujinon lens with 3x optical zoom capability.
Can be spelled out, the only one that distinguishes this from J15 Finepix J10 is just the technology, face detection only. Indeed quite strange when Fujifilm technology without removing the J10 that is identical on this digital camera. And more strange, the second camera is sold with the same price in other words you get the bonus face detection without any additional cost sepeser.
Because identical with the J10, it can be 'disabled' is also the default camera is still the same brother that kembarnya. One of them is the phenomenon of over-sharpening and the loss of detail at high ISO settings. But once again, just for personal documentation, given the quality of this camera is still quite acceptable especially for the beginners who do not understand a matter of photography too.
Be pitied rather that it is the only sensor that has a 8.2 megapixel capability only. Currently, most consumers prefer that the number of pixels and more with the camera sensor in the top 10 megapixel any more so commonplace. If Fujifilm install sensors on the 10 megapixel values can be selling this camera so much higher even though the impact will participate in the selling price so much higher too.
As can be suspected, the quality of the camera captured this standard are also classified. Although the images look sharp, but in some areas with a complex blend of color have seen symptoms of color berbaur. Edge objects are likely to appear slightly jagged because of over-sharpening. Symptoms noise is also visible, especially when using ISO settings above ISO 400.
In short, if you're looking for a camera to immortalize a moment-a moment when the hang-out with family or friends and want to place it in a blog, Finepix J15 has been adequate as long as you do not intend to print in poster size.
Sensor: 1/2.5-inch CCD 8.2 million pixels
Lens: Fujinon 3x Optical zoom lens
Zoom: 3x optical, 5.1x digital
Viewfinder: N / A
LCD Monitor: 2.5-inch LCD
Maximum APERTURE: Wide Angle: F2.8 - F5.2
Shutter Speed: 8 sec. to 1 / 1500 sec.
White Balance: Automatic scene recognition. Preset (Fine, Shade, Fluorescent light (Daylight), Fluorescent light (Warm White), Fluorescent light (Cool White), Incandescent light)
Flash: Built-in with Red-eye reduction
Shooting Modes: Mode dial: Auto, Baby, Picture Stabilisation, Red-eye Reduction, Digital ZOOM, Portrait, SP (Scene Position), Movie. SP: Landscape, Sport, Night, Natural light, Beach, Snow, Fireworks, Sunset, Flower, Party, Museum, Text, Manual
Photo Effects: --
Storage Media: 16MB internal, SD, SDHC
File Format: JPEG
Interfaces: USB 2.0 HS; A / V (NTSC / PAL)
Dimensions: 91 (W) x 55 (H) x 19 (D) mm