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Camera Differentiation ¶
The Fujifilm Finepix F505EXR can be different from other camera models in the F series because unlike other models like the F480 and the F200XER the F505EXR series has a pop up flash. This is convenient if the consumer does not want to get the lens dirty or doesn't want to use the flash. Also, compared to these cameras the F505EXR has a EXR option that offers improved clarity, reduced noise, and enhanced dynamic range. This can be reached on the camera dial on the top of the camera and is labeled as EXR. Earlier models that were after the F505EXR also contain the EXR option but weigh slightly more and have a slightly different dimension. For example, the F600EXR which was made directly after the F505EXR weighs about 20 grams more. However, the F600EXR contains a landmark GPS. Overall, the Fujifilm Finepix F505EXR is great compared to other older models due to its EXR option and the pop up flash option.
The Fujifilm Finepix F505EXR camera debuted in August of 2011. This rechargeable camera has a broad variety of uses but it is expected to be most useful members of the general public rather than professional photographers. It has a resolution of 4608 x 3456 with a 3” display. Its compact size makes it useful for those on the go. Its lens has a focus length of between 24-360mm. It has a minimum shutter speed of 8s and a maximum shutter speed of 1/2000s. It can take both videos and photos in a variety of settings. It’s also has 20MB of storage for all of those precious memories.