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Descriptif technique
MarqueFuji
Couleurargent
Résolution du capteur6.3 Mégapixels
Zoom optique3 X
Ecran2.5 pouces
Distance focale36 millimètres - 108 millimètres
Ouverture du diaphragme5 millimètres
Zoom numérique6 X
ModèleF31FD
  
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Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)9,3 x 2,8 x 5,7 cm
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Numéro du modèle de l'articleF31FD
ASINB000L9SCIW
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 1.161.082 en High-tech (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr30 avril 2007
  
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Description du produit

Technologie Fujifilm « Détection des Visages »
Nous avons mis au point la technologie de détection des visages afin de concrétiser vos souhaits. Photographiez de jolis sourires éternels, tel que votre oeil les perçoit. Cette technologie perfectionnée « Image Intelligente » est intégrée dans le processeur du FinePix F31fd. La détection des visages identifie instantanément et automatiquement les portraits d'une scène et règle la netteté et l'exposition idéale. A présent, il vous suffit d'appuyer sur le déclencheur pour réaliser de superbes photos de personnes, comme vous n'en avez jamais faites !
Le FinePix F31fd vous permet d'explorer un nouvel univers de la photographie.
3200 ISO et 6,3 Millions de Pixels
Les dernières évolutions de la Technologie « Image Réelle » se traduisent par d'excellents résultats photographiques même en pleine résolution (6,3 M de pixels) et en 3 200 ISO. Grâce à sa très haute sensibilité, les photos prises dans des environnements très sombres restitueront magnifiquement bien les arrière-plans.
Mode Stabilisateur
Le FinePix F31fd peut être utilisé en vitesse d'obturation ultra rapide prévenant et limitant ainsi tous les risques de flou, de bougé et figeant les sujets en mouvement. 1 seule pression sur le déclencheur pour prendre deux photos En sélectionnant le mode « Lumière Naturelle + Flash » et en appuyant une fois sur le déclencheur, deux photos en rafale seront prises : l'une en mode « avec Flash » et l'autre en mode Lumière Naturelle (sans Flash).
Port Infrarouge
Le port IrSimple&trade intégré au modèle FinePix F31fd, vous permet d'effectuer des transferts de données sans fil entre plusieurs appareils photos FinePix F31fd. Vous pouvez également échanger facilement des fichiers d'images avec d'autres appareils photos infrarouges autorisés, sans délai ni interférence.
Autonomie record de 580 photos !
En vacances ou en voyages d'affaires, vous pourrez prendre des centaines de photos sans recharger votre appareil.
Déclenchement Ultra Rapide en 0,01 sec.*
Le FinePix F31fd est immédiatement prêt !
• Allumage ultra rapide en seulement 1,4 seconde.
• 1,5 seconde d'intervalle entre 2 photos.
• Déclenchement en 0,01 seconde.*
* après mise au point
Ecran LCD 2,5'' (6,3 cm)
Haute résolution de 230 000 pixels, luminosité automatique, nouveau traitement anti rayure, un film anti réflexion CV (Clear View) développé par FUJIFILM, grande taille de 2,5 pouces rendront facile et confortable la composition et la visualisation des photos, en intérieur comme en extérieur.

Points forts

Un record de technologie et de qualité !
• Technologie Fujifilm "Détection des Visages"
• Processeur Image Réelle II et Super CCD HR 6ème génération
• Sensibilité 3200 ISO et 6,3 millions de pixels
• Zoom optique 3x
• Autonomie record de 580 photos
• Mode stabilisateur
• 1 seule pression sur le déclencheur pour prendre 2 photos
• Port infrarouge
• Déclenchement ultra rapide en 0,01 seconde

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HASH(0x9f2eb8d8) étoiles sur 5 WOW !!! AND THAT'S FROM A DIE HARD CANON FAN 19 avril 2007
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
You know that feeling...the one you get after taking a bunch of indoor shots that you think turned out great, but look really crappy on your computer and then you waste tons of time trying to photshop the pics, well that's the feeling I have had with every compact digital camera I've owned. This is especially disappointing when you have important events like birthdays, weddings, etc. and the indoor pics turn out bad. Trust me and check out this camera. You will be shocked at how noise free indoor pics are (even iso 800 w/o flash). I don't know of another non-SLR camera that takes indoor pics this well. The build quality is superb (all metal construction). The only things I don't like: No separate battery charger included (you must charge in camera), no viewfinder, and XD card format. Those are minor quibbles and I would trade them any day for the fantastic indoor pics.

I am a photography enthusiast and Canon fan (over $3k in bodies and lenses) and my main camera is an Rebel XTi. However, I've got to give Fuji a lot of credit for focusing on pic quality rather than getting into a megapixel war. Don't be fooled by the megapixel myths. This camera may have lower mp's but it has a very large CCD sensor for a compact camera. And for gods sake don't buy a camera based on looks !!! Do you really care what the camera looks like or do you care about the pictures ??? Also, optical image stabilization (OIS) seems to be the latest rage. Who cares if a camera has OIS, but takes crappy indoor pics? This is the reason I passed on the Canon SD800 IS.
50 internautes sur 51 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0xa2488edc) étoiles sur 5 Low light champion 26 juin 2007
Par Alan8888 - Publié sur Amazon.com
There are many reviews of this camera stating how good its low light capabilities are...well, they are all true. The camera does an excellent job shooting in regular lighting conditions. Initially, I was a little disappointed about the absolute image quality in the Auto mode but then I started analyzing the pics and saw the camera like to default to widest aperture (2.8) and higher ISO settings (400-800) in this mode. While the images are pretty good for the average person if you are accustomed to the images from a pro camera like the Canon 20D, then you will be a bit disappointed. Then I started playing around with the settings and boy or boy...here is the where the camera really shines:

Switch it to Aperture Priority mode.
Set the aperture to F5.
Set the ISO to 100.
Turn on flash to red-eye.
Set the JPG compression to Fine (6M F).
Turn on high speed shooting for faster focusing.
Change the color setting to F-chrome. (This boost saturation and contrast)

Now go take some pics :) At these settings this camera is capable of giving a consumer SLR a run for its money. Its that good! The color is a bit over saturated but its better than the normal settings which is a bit under saturated for my taste and probably the average person too.

The best feature of this camera though that is never really mentioned in the reviews is how good the metering is. I would say its even better than my 20D. In complex lighting situations the camera does an excellent job of metering the scene for the best possible exposure. In auto mode this was immediately evident to me.

The images also have a certain quality to them that could only be described as the Fuji look. In my opinion this camera metering and color rendition is superior to the Canons. I also own a Canon SD700 IS and while also a very good camera, the Fuji is better in also every respect except size. It is a little bigger, just a little, than the Canon and the Canon has a longer zoom (4X vs 3X). The Canon also allows you to adjust the image look with a lot more settings and the lens also has an optical image stabilizer.

The movie mode came as another surprise: very good! Again, the camera was awesome in low light. The movie quality would be comparable to a DV camcorder of a generation or two ago. Where it and all of these camera break down is when you are recording motion. Either a fast moving object or when you are panning quickly. The high compression causes either video artifacts or smear so remember, don't pan quickly. Again, I would say the movie mode is better than my Canon SD700.

The flash on the camera is also pretty powerful for such a small camera and the battery life is very good. Red-eye is controlled wonderfully and the flash does not burn out the highlights even at close range. Again...a really good job by the Fuji metering system.

All in all, Fuji did a really good job with this camera. I didn't believe it would be capable of producing images that could rival my 20D with an average lens but it can when all of the setting are set to optimum levels. I can't say that about my Canon SD700 or any other point-and-shoot digital I have played with. Now I won't feel so bad about leaving my 20D with its L class lens at home :)

PS Fuji has released the F40 now at 8MP. The problem with the increased pixel count on all of these sensors is that the area size remains the same. So you are crowding more sensors into the same physical space which increases image noise. So while you may get a higher pixel count you also get more noise. And let me tell you, one of the reasons I still have the 20D is because of its stunning noise free images. A completely noise free 4MP image will beat an 8MP noisy image any day. That is what most consumers do not know ;) The "perceived" resolution and sharpness of an image is determined to a great extent by how much noise it has. Don't buy into the higher mega pixel myth. You will never need anything more than 6MP anyway unless you are planning on making a lot of poster size prints :)
38 internautes sur 40 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9f143ac8) étoiles sur 5 Incredible Low - Light Performance 11 février 2007
Par Gatorowl - Publié sur Amazon.com
I can't say whether this camera is better or worst than the f30, but I can say that the camera is excellent. I've been using a Casio EX-Z750 for the last 18 months, and it is a tremendous outdoor performer. It is also more compact, has a viewfinder and manual mode. That's where the advantages end. Indoor shots always required flash, and the flash invariable gave skin a strongly unnatural pallor.

By contrast, f31fd indoor shots with and without the flash are superb . I recently took over 200 shots at a seminar where I could not use a flash. Skin tones was very natural/accurate and noise at ISO 400 or less was virtually non-existent. At ISO800, noise was noticeable, but the shots were usable. Shots at ISO 1600 were also usable, but substantial detail was lost. The FD worked, but the subject had to be looking in your direction. Also, at the longest zoom, the camera would default to ISO 1600 in auto mode. I found that if I zoomed halfway, I could keep the ISO down to 400 (preferred) or lower.

Images are a little soft, which is okay, but might be a problem if you don't want to use Photoshop or similar. I haven't taken many outdoor shots. That's not why I purchased the camera. However, I suspect it will do fine. Most cameras do.

Some dislikes: I wish it had a viewfinder, I wish it was smaller, and I wish that I could use FD in a non-automatic mode (or at least prevent ISO from creeping over 400!). These are not major dislikes. I'm more than happy to trade off these minor niggles for the great performance.

UPDATE: I've had this camera for about 7 months. The low-light performance is still acceptable, but I am extremely disappointed with the FD feature. Most of the photos I've taken with FD are unusable especially when there are multiple people in the photo. It selects settings with a very narrow depth of field, so most faces are out of focus. Most of the shots are extremely soft. I don't want to have to do a lot of post-processing work with a point-and-shoot. I will experiment with it more. But for now, I will rely on my Nikon DSLR for critical shots.
22 internautes sur 22 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
HASH(0x9f131ee8) étoiles sur 5 Incredible flexibility 19 mars 2007
Par Paul Bobbitt - Publié sur Amazon.com
This camera is very similar to the Fuji F30, but has face detection (fd) that autofocuses on faces in a photo. Great for taking pictures of yourself, or for snapshots you don't have time to compose. Excellent quality photos in dim light. At 3200 ISO, photos are washed out and noisy, but still good for capturing an image you would otherwise miss. Option to limit ISO to 1600, or to 400. Camera will use any speed up to the limit. 400 ISO is extremely good. As good as my Canon Digital Rebel xti. Usual modes I never use (flower, landscape, etc.), but one unique mode I use all the time: no flash/flash. The camera takes a picture without flash up to 3200 ISO, and then takes a picture with flash immediately after. Usually takes less than one second to capture both images. No flash doesn't surprise anyone and ruin the candid shot, while the following flash guarantees you'll get the image, even if the "warm glow of candlelight" is ruined. I always have the camera set to this mode. Uses xD cards, which I hate, but if you buy a 1 GB card you'll be able to take 400 - 500 photos without ever needing to change the card. Also, battery life is unbelieveable! Fully charge the camera over several hours, and you'll be able to take 400 photos, half with flash, before the battery is drained. Fuji-brand underwater housing is optional, watertight to 40m (121 ft.) Camera comes with underwater setting to intensify non-blue colours, and still keep the intense blue of the water. Literally *every* diver should have one of these cameras. I recommend this camera without hesitation. There simply isn't anything else like it on the market.
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HASH(0x9f1310e4) étoiles sur 5 Awesome Speed! 28 décembre 2006
Par Daddy O - Publié sur Amazon.com
This camera was recommended by a friend who tends to have the latest, greatest electronic gadgets. After dealing with my "antique" 3-4 year old Olympus digital camera for years, it was such a relief to use the Fuji F31fd. The speed to turn on and take first picture is awesome, and the shutter response time was great. The resolution and colors on the viewing screen are also really nice, and the face detection technology is kind of neat. I was considering a 10 megapixel Sony that was about $100 more, but the speed (and recommendation) on this one sold me. Even at 6.3 megapixels (instead of the 10 I had been thinking I wanted), this is a great camera. My 3.1 megapixel Olympus produces nice quality pictures, so I figured 6 would be a good enough increase, and the speed of picture taking was much more important... nice to be able to capture more shots before the moment is lost. I have seem people around with Fuji's before, and they always seemed so easy to use, and produced nice pictures. Now I am an owner and believer.
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