Fuji Film Finepix S5700

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Gixxerman, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. Gixxerman

    Gixxerman Guest

    hi all

    I've bought one Fuji Finepix S5700 last year, i'm happy with the

    now i have some questions.

    -It´s possible to adapt an external lense.
    - Any software to improve the camera skills
    - Can i improve the camera speed, meaning, for sport shot's like cars,
    sometimes when the camera take the picture thew car have already

    Jaime Ramos
    Gixxerman, Mar 31, 2008
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  2. Gixxerman

    Otaku Guest

    Excellent news - they are capable..I used to have a S7000
    I managed to buy a 2x converter for my old Finepix from eBay, but it
    wasn't really that good..
    Only taking pictures will do that. There are plenty of tutorials on
    digital photography all over the net (Google is your friend..). Some
    software can 'change' your picture and that is not always the right
    way to do it. Practice to get that shot, and use the software to
    'tweak it'
    I have not used that camera. However, you can try:

    1. Use the camera's sports mode.
    2. Or, better yet, choose continuous focus, and try to 'follow' and
    'pan' with the car. You may have to reduce your file sizes, to allow
    for continuous shooting.
    3. If camera lag is a problem, try to pre focus on a point prior to
    the car coming, and press the shutter *just* before it enters into
    your viewfinder, and keep it pressed. Sort out the rubbish later.
    It all takes practice, though.
    Have a look at some car/ sport shots on FlickR http://www.flickr.com/
    and see what settings they use.

    Good luck, and keep taking pictures..!
    Hope this helps..
    Otaku, Mar 31, 2008
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  3. Gixxerman

    Gixxerman Guest

    thanks for the info


    Gixxerman, Apr 1, 2008
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