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Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro с объективом

Since Fujifilm S1 Pro has a APS-C sensor, it has a focal length multiplier of 1.5× so you have to multiply lenses original focal length with this multiplier to find the Full Frame equivalent focal length of the lens when mounted on S1 Pro.

This product is designed for the Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro, S2 Pro, S3 Pro, S20 Pro, S7000 (flash models: Nikon SB28DX, SB80DX, SB800) the Fujifilm S5000, S3000, S602 the Kodak DC 4800 the Minolta Dimage RD 3000, 5, 7, 7i, S404, A1, A2 and the Sigma SD-9, SD-10 (flash models: Qflash T2/D/4D).

About our Fujifilm Finepix S1 Pro Digital Camera battery and charger:

The major difference between a SuperCCD and standard CCD is the orientation of the CCD pixels. In a SuperCCD they're orientated in a diamond formation (or honeycomb as Fujifilm like to call it), turning this into a square image requires processing which generates a higher pixel count (because of the missing pixels between odd rows).

The Fujifilm S1 Pro has a 3.4 megapixel SuperCCD which outputs 3.07 million pixels which is processed to generate a 6.13 megapixel image (3040 x 2016). This means that the cameras internal systems are processing those diagonally orientated pixels to generate the image... Debate still rages as to whether this is a good thing or not.

The SuperCCD design does lend itself to higher sensitivity thus the S1 Pro has a lowest sensitivity of ISO 320 (it was rumored that production cameras would be capable of ISO 160 however that doesn't appear to have come to fruition) and highest of ISO 1600.

За фотоаппарат Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro огромная благодарность «»

I would have no problem in recommending the S1 Pro to anyone who wants a camera that willlet them shoot pictures as easily as if they were using a 35mm SLR. With Nikkor AF-D lensesthe autofocus is very quick and extremely accurate. The exposure under available lightconditions or when using the builtin or external dedicated flash was very close to dead-onevery time. It looks, feels and operates like a film camera but you have the immediacy ofdigital imaging at your command. In-field review lets you know in a split-second if theexposure or composition was what you expected and if it isn't, just shoot it again. Unlessyou require high-speed capture faster than 1.5fps or the ruggedness of the D1 class of procameras I think the Fujifilm S1 Pro will be an excellent choice for the advanced amateur orprofessional alike.

The Fujifilm S1 Pro has a 3.4 megapixel SuperCCD which outputs 3.07 million pixels which is processed to generate a 6.13 megapixel image (3040 x 2016). This means that the cameras internal systems are processing those diagonally orientated pixels to generate the image... Debate still rages as to whether this is a good thing or not.