Fuji FinePix S3300 ~ 14 Megapixel Digital Camera with Wide Angle 26X Optical Zoom

  • Fujinon 26x Optical Zoom & Wide 24mm Zoom Lens – Highly Regarded by Professionals World-wide
  • 43 Step Adjustment Zooming
  • 24mm Wide Angle
  • Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)
  • High Sensitivity + CCD Shift Image Stabilization

Fujinon 26x Optical Zoom & Wide 24mm Zoom Lens – Highly Regarded by Professionals World-wide
The widely renown Fujinon Lenses are used popularly in numerous situations including satellites in outer space, TV/film, surveillance, and compact cameras. With the highly adept manufacture of Fujifilm, high precision optic and technology are provided for the best 24mm wide angle and 26x optical zoom.

43 Step Adjustment Zooming
43-step zoom control enables you to take photos as you like smoothly.

24mm Wide Angle
24mm optical zoom lens allows you to capture the real scale, depth, dynamism of the scene at a wide angle.
Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)
With the EVF/LCD button, the electronic viewfinder (EVF) and the LCD can be switched. When looking into
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  1. Biff Malibu "biffmalibu" says:
    34 of 35 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Loads of features and great quality photos, June 6, 2011
    This review is from: Fuji FinePix S3300 ~ 14 Megapixel Digital Camera with Wide Angle 26X Optical Zoom (Electronics)

    First off, I’d have given five stars except for the following peculiarity.

    When you switch on this camera, the lens extends a very short amount (not beyond the lens housing but very close to it). Unfortunately, if the lens cap is in place, the lens jams against the cap and you can’t remove it. The camera will alert you to shut it off. There’s no mention of this in the abbreviated paper manual that’s included (it is mentioned in the full manual which you only get in a PDF on the CD, another negative in my opinion). A “conventional” lens cap (one that goes over the entire housing) will fix this problem, but finding one might be tricky.

    Okay, that out of the way…I’ve only had this camera for a few days but I’ve gone through most of the features and taken a number of sample shots. I’m very impressed with the quality of the zoom, even near the maximum. Naturally the light gathering is less at full extension but it’s very usable. The quality of the photos is fantastic, especially for the price. The stabilization feature works well, better than I expected.

    You can choose between aperture priority or shutter speed priority if you prefer, or just point and click. It focuses fast and writes to the memory fairly quickly (of course that may vary depending on several factors).

    A nice touch is the “F” button which allows you to quickly change several popular settings (such as ISO) in any mode.

    It’s a great buy but remember to take the lens cap off!

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  2. Woody "Wood Chuck" says:
    29 of 32 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Pleased, June 11, 2011
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    Woody “Wood Chuck” (Harrisville, Ms USA) –

    This review is from: Fuji FinePix S3300 ~ 14 Megapixel Digital Camera with Wide Angle 26X Optical Zoom (Electronics)

    I’ve only had this camera for about a week and I am very pleased. Takes very good quality pictures, even with an active six year old, and the movies are great too with digital or Optical zoom. I also like the EVF and an LCD to choose from.

    It’s a rather large camera a little smaller than my Cannon T-50, 35 MM cam

    I tried a Nikon L120 with too many blurred pics and NO EVF so I returned it.

    This cam blows it out of the water. The lens cap was kind of annoying at first But got used to it.

    Remember for faster pic shots get you a class 6 or faster SD Card.

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  3. SGT. PJ ONeil says:
    12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    great beginner camera especially for the price, December 5, 2011
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    This review is from: Fuji FinePix S3300 ~ 14 Megapixel Digital Camera with Wide Angle 26X Optical Zoom (Electronics)

    I bought this camera in Iraq from Aafes because I wanted something more than a little point and shoot. I am not a pro, but I have taken a lot of great pictures so far. It is great for someone looking for just a better all around camera or for someone who is wanting to take photography on as a hobby. I have taken pictures from everything from in my blackhawk over Baghdad to creative shots and they came out great. If you turn it on with the lens cap on it sticks and you have to turn it back off and take the cap off first. You can’t change lenses but i have found a 72 mm filter adapter(Ebay from a lady’s online photoshop, I forget the name though) which is pretty fun. Easy to use auto settings plus some cool manual settings a little more advanced, but it is good if you are not a pro and looking to take it up as a hobby, definately a great starter camera!!! I am having a great time and can’t wait to get back stateside to get some better photo ops, lol. It takes 4 AA batteries which run out after a couple days of use. I ordered some rechargable NIMH batteries and those are great. The zoom is really good and the macro/super macro setting is pretty good too. It has a Electronic View Finder which has proven useful already, you can switch between that and the LCD screen. I haven’t had too much luck with any night shots, but I think that is because of my inexperience so far. It has a really fun panorama sweep setting on it that stitches pretty great. Plenty of pre-set scenes to choose from on auto, but there is also enough manual setting you can toy with for some creative stuff, shutter speed, aperture, etc. For the price you cannot find a better deal and better quality in my opinion, unless you want to spend $200-$300 more just for a name. I love it and would recommend it to any amateur.

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