Fuji FinePix HS50EXR camera full specs

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Fujifilm UK currently has the new FinePix HS50EXR camera listed on their website. Here are the key features of the new camera:

FUJIFILM is proud to announce a new addition to its popular top-end series of FinePix Long zoom bridge cameras. The new flagship FinePix HS50EXR features a manual zoom mechanism for high precision zooming over the huge 42x focal length range (24-1000mm*2). Boasting stunning autofocus speeds of just 0.05seconds*1 thanks to new Phase Detection pixels on its ½-inch EXR CMOS II sensor, this all-in-one camera is a high-speed performer and will capture images with stunning crisp quality.

· FUJINON 42x optical manual zoom (f/2.8-5.6 24-1000mm*2)
· Optical Image Stabilisation
· Up to 84x with Intelligent Digital Zoom
· 16 megapixel ½-inch EXR-CMOS II sensor with Phase Detection AF
· EXR Processor II
· Intelligent Hybrid AF : 0.05sec, world’s fastest *1
· Continuous shooting: 11fps at full resolution (Max 5 frames), 5.5fps at 8M for seamless capture
· Start-up time of 0.5 sec.*3
· Shooting interval of 0.5sec.
· 108 EXR Auto shooting patterns
· Full HD movie 1080p/60fps with continuous phase detection AF and stereo sound
· 3.0-inch Vari-Angle LCD screen(920K-dot)
· High resolution EVF(920K-dot) with eye sensor
· Q button for direct control of settings
· Super Macro down to 1cm
· Manual exposure control(P/S/A/M modes)
· Focus Peak Highlight function on the LCD screen
· RAW shooting (RAW, JPEG, RAW+JPEG image capture modes)
· 8 Advanced Filters
· 10 Film simulation modes
· Multiple exposure
· Image capture aspect ratio of 1:1 (square) in addition to 4:3, 16:9, and 3:2
· Virtual horizon “electronic level” display
· External microphone input (microphones sold separately)
· Hot-shoe attachment for the use of external flash guns
· Lithium-ion battery with up to 500 shots per charge

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  • Chaitanya

    atleast the sensor is much larger than once seen on other compacts.

  • Chaitanya

    atleast the sensor is much larger than once seen on other compacts.

    • Marvin8

      Much larger? It’s 1/2.0 as opposed to the 1/2.3″ offered on every other superzoom bridge camera. Hardly any difference whatsoever.

      • MJr

        It’s what makes the huge zoom possible tho. Not that i care.

        • 1000mm

          1/2.0 sucks. Its almost the bottom of the line size for sensors. (About one step better than the worst). But considering that 1/2.5 sensors have also used, and being that a larger sensor makes tele-zoom more difficult, not easier, the fact that it has a 1/2.0 sensor at all is pretty interesting for an f/5.6 “optical 1000mm” zoom. Is it really optical or digital at 1000mm? I just expect a lot of noise, and a lot of muddiness. I want to see images of the moon taken with this camera.

          • spam

            It’s optical, all superzooms are listed with their optical zooms ranges, Canon already have 50x and Nikon something similar so it’s not that extreme.

          • mm

            1000mm nothing special, because the sensor 1/2 still image quality of a lot of noise and not sharp

      • Stoneman

        Sensor 1/2″ is really much bigger than 1/2.3″. 1/2.3″ is 6.2mm x 4.6mm, the best compacts has 1/1.7″ that is 7.6mm x 5.7mm. 1/2″ is about 0.5mm more in both sizes.

  • Renato S.

    @Admin if this camera already has 1080p/60 with continuous AF, I think it’s fair to say that the talk about better video coming to Fuji X-series is closer than I thought.

    • http://photorumors.com/ PhotoRumors

      Could be, I will try to find out.

      • spam

        Sensor readout speed determine which video modes that are possible. Since the small sensors of the superzooms (and X20) are completely different designs they don’t say anything about what’s possible on the models with larger sensors.

        • Renato S.

          In general, bigger sensors have pretty good readout. But that wasn’t the point, it was about Fuji being able to address video improvements along the better AF, all of that in this generation, which would mean that the next generation of X-PRO1 and X-E1 will have a way better video.

          And I’m happy to say that the X100s does also have this 1080p60 feat with the same X-Trans sensor. Hopefully people will pay attention to that and Fuji can also introduce a 24p feat and other tweaks like in-camera slow-motion and time-lapse. At this pace, soon enough Fuji will also introduce a WiFi feat, which would make the next generation of X-cameras killers!

  • Karol Wojdyna

    Fuji must disagree with those saying that length is not important…

  • Anoop

    “Focus Peak Highlight function on the LCD screen”

    Fuji is catching up. i hope we can see tiltable screen and focus peaking on their Interchangable mirrorless cameras.

  • http://www.facebook.com/zosxavius Zos Xavius

    24-1000?? No optical compromises there! No sir!

  • zev rogan

    ‘ External microphone input’

    wow. That’s impressive..

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