Question about Fuji FinePix F10 Digital Camera
I wass reading on the Fuji site about the S5200: "With the addition of beam assist, the S5200 will be able to focus up to 7.9 feet, even in low light conditions." Too me, this sounds unimpressive. Am I missing something? I read this as "anything further than 8 feet is going to be blury..." Should this be 7.9 meters? Or is it 7.9 feet in low light, but with decent light, it will perform much better?
Posted by Anonymous on
I assume you're taking the mickey out of Fuji here. But just in case you're not it is obviously meant to describe the AF assist lamps range in low light conditions.
Posted on Aug 30, 2005
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