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Plenty of detail is captured by the Fuji HS50 EXR's 16 million pixel CMOS sensor.
Colours are represented well straight from the camera, being bright and punchy without going over the top with saturation.
You can use Super Macro Mode to get extremely close to the subject you're photographing, for frame-filling shots.
Optical Image Stabilisation does an excellent job of helping to keep images blur-free, even when shooting at the far end of the telephoto optic (1,000mm equivalent).
The lens offers a 24mm angle of view at its widest point, making it versatile for shooting different subjects, such as landscapes.
Here we can see how close you can get with the 1,000mm (42x) optical zoom at its full reach.
If you need to get even closer, you can activate a digital zoom, which gives you an 84x (or 2,000mm equivalent) reach.
Using Film Simulations is a more flexible way of being creative than digital filters, since simulations can be shot in raw format, leaving you with a clean version of the image to work with if you choose.
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