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Finepix s9500


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Manufacturer FujiFilm
Name FinePix S9500
Image sensor 1/1.6 inch Super CCD HR, 9.24MP total, 9.0MP effective
Max output resolution 4,864 x 3,648 (RAW conversion using supplied software)
Other resolutions 3,488 x 2,616, 3,696 x 2,464, 2,592 x 1,944, 2,048 x 1,536, 1,600 x 1,200, 640 x 480
Zoom 10.7x optical
Optical focal length (35mm) 6.2-66.7mm (28-300mm equiv.)
Maximum lens aperture F2.8 - F4.9
Shutter speeds 4-1/4000 sec.
ISO rating Auto/80/100/200/400/800/1600
LCD screen 1.8" TFT, 118K pixels
Viewfinder 0.44", 235K pixels, LCD viewfinder
Flash range Wide: 30cm 5.6m, Tele: 60cm 3m
Flash modes Auto, Red-eye Reduction, Forced Flash, Suppressed Flash, Slow Synchro., Red-eye Reduction Slow Synchro
Exposure control Programmed AE, Aperture priority, Shutter priority, Manual, Portrait, Landscape, Anti-blur, Natural light
Exposure metering TTL 256-zone metering Multi, Spot, Average
Exposure Compensation 2 Ev with 1/3 Ev step
White balance modes Automatic, Fine, Shade, Fluorescent 1/2/3, Incandescent, Custom (2 types)
Auto-Focus Single, Continuous
Manual focus Yes
Macro focus distance 1cm
Recording Modes Single-shot, Continuous, Auto bracketing, First 4, Last 4
Image formats JPEG, MPEG-4 with Audio, Exif 2.2, RAW
Compression Fine, Standard
Picture Adjustments Chrome (High saturation), Normal, Black & white
Video (max res/format) VGA (640x480 pixels) or QVGA (320x240 pixels) at 30 fps, with audio
Movie Length Up to card capacity
Self-timer 10 seconds/2 seconds
Memory card slot CompactFlash I/II and xD Picture
Supplied Memory 16MB xD Picture
Batteries supplied 4x alkaline AA
Recharger supplied No
A/V output PAL and NTSC
Ports AV/USB 2.0, 5v DC, cable release
Accessories Neck strap, Lens hood, Software CD
Dimensions (W x H x D) 128.0 (W) x 93 (H) x 129.0 (D) mm
Weight (Body Only) 645g (excluding batteries and media)
Software Fuji ImageMixer, RAW Converter LE, FinePix Viewer
Warranty 24 Months

Latest reviews

  • Light weight , good zoom range , easy to use
  • awful battery life , not always sharp , no is
I had this camera about 3 years ago before i upgraded to DSLRs and i now have a Canon EOS 50D with 400mm F5.6 L lens which i use most of the time. Recently i have been browsing through some old pictures and iv'e noticed a huge improvement in the quality of the images although it is'nt a bad camera i was very happy with the images i got before i upgraded to DSLRs but i would always reccomend a DSLR for birding.
I me again , srry for the spelling mistakes; just like me always in a hurry and never checking enough.
  • great camera had mine roughly 9 months, good on macro, i also have a 2x tele converter that screws on the front giving a fair distance.
  • I wanted to use mine with my swarovski 80 hd but when i enquired to swarovski they came back that the camera was not suitable for their scope; still will try my wifes nickon point and shoot
Great camera fits my hand like a glove, taken all different shots with it even fast flying planes; not quite got the hang of manual yet sometimes pictures are okay and then some not so good; can't get the hange of setting it up for fireworks even on a tripod with a cable release and a 2/3 second open lens; I will hopefully get there one day.B :)B

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