Hey there I'm Josh Goldman senior editor with CNET and this look at the Fuji film fine -- -- thirty EXR.
Now what makes the ages thirty experts stand out in -- crowded magazine market is its design and controls.
But has a good auto mode it's really a better match for someone who's looking for more digital SLR like controls with.
Direct access to ISO exposure and AF in white balance and manual and semi manual shooting modes and raw image capture.
You also get some handy burst shooting in tracking options -- a very nice EBF and tilting LCD.
A hot shoe on top for a flash and the lens is ready for fifteen millimeters filters however all of these things don't mean it's replacement for an SLR.
Picture quality and shooting performance are very good for its class but like similar models they're not SLR level.
Still if you're after a lot of direct controls and -- thirty X zoom lens this is one of the better options available.
I'm Josh Goldman and that's the Fuji film features three EX --
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