Fujifilm Finepix S602
Fujifilm Finepix S602 Digital Camera, size: 3.5 MB
Fujifilm Finepix S602 Zoom
Fujifilm Finepix S602 Product Brochure
Fujifilm Finepix S602zoom
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User reviews and opinions
|jmschuur||6:59am on Monday, October 11th, 2010|
|Reliable (128.000 shots without any error!)Still excellent photo quality. Outstanding macro. Start up speed. Auto focus in low light. My wife and I bought the camera in mid 2003 because we wanted to upgrade from our entry level HP PhotoSmart $89 digital camera (1998) - it definitely ...|
|mikecop||4:02pm on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010|
|Excellent camera I have had this camera from its launch. It has been superbe! Just the job I wanted a new camera and after looking round at the compacts decided to go for something a bit more versatile. Amazing camera I upgraded to this many years ago from a Fujifilm APS camera. It was fantastic. It did well in all light sources.|
|chrisrodo||1:34pm on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|I think most buyers get caught up with camera tools and forget the main reason for buying a camera is image quality. This is the first time I bought a Fujifilm, but not the last! It is really a great little SLR. Great pictures and features for a very low price.|
|stormlifter||4:25am on Monday, July 19th, 2010|
|I have been using the Fuji Finepix for about 2 years now having taken thousands of photos during that time so the following is based on substantial ex...|
|fsarzana||3:22pm on Friday, June 18th, 2010|
|Love this camera. Auto and Manual settings. Lots of features for the price. Fantastic pictures. Takes a lot of reading to learn all the functions. I have this camera for almost 1 year, since then have used it for almost every occasion both indoors, outdoors, close ups, portraits etc. 6x zoom.|
|Obvious||9:49am on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Lightweight, easy to use, owner manual easy to follow. Too many small buttons close together. easy, advanced possibilities, A4 pictures, good 6MP dust can fix on CCD, msut have light|
|bra||4:58pm on Monday, May 3rd, 2010|
|Solidly made Any one considering this camera should be aware that Fuji have announced the replacements for this model: the S5000 with a 10x zoom and t... I read lots of reviews b4 buying this. Most people love the camera.|
|KSunitha||8:51am on Tuesday, April 20th, 2010|
|I think most potential buyers get caught up with camera extras and forget the main reason to buy a camera is for picture quality. Great pictures. I was looking for a camera with which i can get some nice family pics (hated going to photo shops and spending upward of sixty dollar for few pics).|
|bonzo||9:39am on Monday, March 29th, 2010|
|For the money right now you cant get a better camera. Has extremely fast auto focus lock,fastest i have ever used. Takes real nice pictures.|
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0-360 Panoramic Optic Setup for Fuji FinePix S602 Zoom
Mode Dial Command Dial
A note about Aperture, Depth of Field, and Field of View
Aperture- a mechanism behind the camera lens similar to the iris of your eye, opening and closing to adjust the amount of light entering the camera. The aperture opening also determines the Depth of Field of the image. Depth of Field- describes the objects in the image which are in focus, in terms of their distance from the camera. For example, a camera focused at 30m, with a Depth of Field of 8m, will have objects from 26-34m from the camera in focus. Objects closer than 26m or further than 34m will start to become blurry. Field of View- the vertical Field of View (vFOV) of the 0-360 Panoramic Optic. The 0-360 has a vFOV of 110+ degrees, meaning it will see from 50+ above the horizon to 60+ below the horizon. A smaller Aperture opening (higher F-Stop number) allows less light to enter the camera, but yields a higher Depth of Field. With a high F-Stop, the shutter speed needs to be slowed down to allow more light (else a dark photo), but will have more Depth of Field in focus. A larger Aperture opening (lower F-Stop number) allows more light to enter the camera, but a lower Depth of Field. This means the shutter speed can be faster, but fewer objects will be in focus. (With slower shutter speeds, moving objects may blur.) The 0-360 is designed to operate with a camera F-Stop of F8.0 or higher (preferably 9 to 11). This provides a high enough Depth of Field to allow the entire mirror to be in focus. With lower F-stops, the shutter speed can be increased, but the upper or lower portions (or both) of the mirror may not be entirely in focus. This means the image far above or far below the horizon may not be sharply focused. This may not be a problem, as many times the sky or the ground may not need to be sharply focused. With the Fuji FinePix S602 Zoom, you should be able to get a vFOV of approximately 100 degrees, with good focus across the entire image. For best results, shoot a well-lit scene! With high F-Stops, you need good lighting, or longer exposure times.
Zoom Macro MENU/OK & 4-Direction Button
Auto Focus swtich & AF Button
1) Mount Camera to tripod, with lens pointing vertically. 2) Thread 0-360 Panoramic Optic (with thread adapter) to camera. (Do not overtighten.) 3) Adjust tripod until Optic is vertical (refer to bubble level on top of unit). 4) Turn Power on. Do not open Flash. 5) First time setup: Turn Mode Dial to "SET", and set: Quality to "6M" and "F (Fine)" AF MODE to " AF AREA" 6) Turn Mode Dial to "A". 7) Rotate Command Dial until "F11" appears on screen. This is yout Aperture (F-stop). 8) Press Menu button and set Self Timer to , ISO to 160, and Photometry to "Spot". Set White Balance to "Auto" (experiment). Also experiment with Sharpness and ISO. 9) Adjust Zoom until image of mirror just fills frame from top to bottom.
(NOTE: Depending on your camera's threads, the image may be slightly off-center. This is normal. A trick is to use a thin piece of paper as a shim between the Optic and adapter to align to center.
10) Press Macro button until
appears on screen.
11) Set Auto Focus switch to "AF". Press & Hold AF button while using 4-Direction button to set focus area 2 positions to the right (or left) of center. 12) Press Shutter button halfway to focus. Adjust Zoom again and repeat if necessary. 13) Press the shutter button. You have 10 seconds to hide!
Properly Framed Image:
hank you for purchasing the 0-360 Panoramic Optic! With proper care and handling, he Optic should give you years of service. Here are a few important handling nstructions: ) Do not touch, handle, or polish the mirror! While the mirror does have a protective oating, touching or rubbing on its surface can cause scratches. Use the dust blower rovided to remove dust before shooting. Use lens cleaning paper or lens cloth only if bsolutely necessary, and rub gently. NEVER use a paper towel or other material to clean. ) Avoid dropping or mishandling the unit, as it is a sensitive glass optical device. ) Store the unit in its carrying case when not in use, in an upright position and in a ool, dry environment. ) Use care in threading the Optic into your camera, avoiding cross-threading.
he 0-360 Panoramic Optic is warranted against defects in material and workmanship or a period of one year from date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage aused by accident, abuse, misuse, exposure to the elements, or scratches to the irror surface. If a defect in workmanship or material is discovered, 0-360.com will, at ts option, repair or replace the Optic free of charge. Purchaser must first obtain a eturn Authorization from 0-360.com, and return the unit properly packaged and reight prepaid. 0-360.com's liability is limited to repair or replacement of the Optic nly. This warranty supersedes all other warranties, express or implied.
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IMPORTANT! Care Instructions WARRANTY ENJOY!
Please read the Care Instructions on back page.
Instructions for use with Fuji FinePix S602 Zoom
Quick Start Guide
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