Fujifilm X30: A Beginner's Guide by Jacob Gleam

Fujifilm X30: A Beginner's Guide

byJacob Gleam

Kobo ebook | March 12, 2015

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In August of 2014 the Fujifilm Corporation released the X30 camera. Considered to be the replacement for the X20 released earlier in the year, the X30 is believed to be an impressive improvement to its predecessor. The improved device boasts an improved battery life and the largest revolving viewfinder in its class; the newly developed Real Time viewfinder. It also has a 12MP 2/3’ type X-Trans CMOS II sensor, an EXR Processor II, a Hybrid (contrast and phase detection) auto focus system and 3.0” 920k dot OLED electronic viewfinder with a .65x magnification. The X30 camera will also offer its user 12 fps continuous shooting, built-in Wi-F and the new and innovative ‘Classic Chrome’ Film Simulation Mode. The Fujifilm X30 camera is an innovative camera with many features that users will certainly appreciate. The features and functions will be explored throughout this book. We will introduce users a way to access and utilize any number of the key features offered with this device.

Title:Fujifilm X30: A Beginner's GuideFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 12, 2015Publisher:Conceptual KingsLanguage:English

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