Got a Fuji F31fd

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Simon Dean, Jun 1, 2007.

  1. Simon Dean

    Simon Dean Guest

    Just got it to replace an aging A204 camera. I must admit, it's got some
    nice qualities, the picture is so much sharper, I can record video, hook
    it up to my tv, brilliant macro shots, it's a wonderful affordable camera.

    But the pictures are "too dark", and while sharp, sometimes they seem a
    little "purplish".

    Odd. Never had those before on the A204.

    Cya
    Simon
     
    Simon Dean, Jun 1, 2007
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  2. Simon Dean

    dmaster Guest

    I don't have the Fuji F31fd, but from what I've heard, its a fine
    camera. If your pictures are generally "too dark", why don't you set
    the exposure compensation to a slightly higher value? "purplish"
    could be a white ballance issue, though I doubt it. Have you tried
    other white ballance presets, or even manual white ballance? Beyond
    that, you might just be encountering a quirk of Fugi's design. I've
    read a lot of reviews, and it seems that various makers have their own
    characteristic approach to color and noise.

    Dan (Woj...)
     
    dmaster, Jun 7, 2007
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