Fujifilm Finepix F30 Review

August 12, 2006 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 4 Comments | |

Fujifilm Finepix F30The Fujifilm Finepix F30 attempts to improve on what is already a great camera, the Finepix F11. The F30 offers an increased ISO speed of 3200, longer battery life, new anti-blur and intelligent flash modes, higher resolution LCD screen and a refined user interface. So can the Fujifilm F30 take the F11’s crown of best compact digital camera? Read our latest review to find out…

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#1 Charles Williams

Great detailed review
Does stoppping the lens down get rid of chromatic aberration on this F30?

10:21 pm - Tuesday, August 8, 2006

#2 Frank Ferriolo

Hi, nice review. I just purchased the camera this week from 6th Ave Electronics for $299 delivered.
Received it and have been working with it.
So far I am very pleased.

One point though - I did not receive a 16Meg Picture Card with it.

7:05 am - Wednesday, August 9, 2006

#3 Nick Petersen

I think the Fuji F11 has also many advantages in comparison with the Fuji F30 which are not mentioned.The Fuji F11 has a better edge resolution,stronger flash,colors,handling,and is also faster.
The Fuji ISO3200 and ISO1600 modus is unusable for serious photography.The Fuji F30 ISO800 modus has also problems with contour artifacts and noise caused by the anti noise system and is therefore partly usable.From ISO100 to ISO 400 is no visual difference relating to noise artifacts.
A Fuji F30 ISO80 modus is absent.Altogether
I think the Fuji F11 is better than the Fuji F30 in practical use.

9:33 pm - Wednesday, August 30, 2006

#4 damo

hi, how would you say the F30 compared to the Fuji FinePix E900/Zoom? thanks :)

1:48 am - Thursday, September 7, 2006