Hey i have a question i've gottan the fuji s5100 now the camera shoots great pictures the only thing i dont like is when zoomed in at 10x the picture comes fuzzy because i guess that camera aint stable , i feel like i aint moving it but still comes out fuzzy, Do you think i'm better off with the canon s1 IS because i'm leaning towards that camera now because it has built in stability feature, what should i go for?
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Re: Fuji Film Question
The easiest way to tell if camera shake is the problem is to use a tripod - generally not necessary on a bright day, at least with my camera (also a 10x zoom).
If a tripod doesn't give you clearer pictures then camera shake is most likely not the problem; if it is, either use a tripod for your big zoom shoots or get used to bracing the camera, either just with your hands held out from your body or against a wall / post / anything handy.
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The camera uses standard 35mm film. 35mm film is available in black-and-white, color negative (print) and color reversal (slide) forms (and others). 35mm film should be available at any camera store, as well as many drugstores and even supermarkets.