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My Tests on Fuji Finepix 2650
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The camera allows exposure compensation adjustments when in manual mode. This can be useful when shooting against very bright or very dark backgrounds. The correction range varies from -2.1 EV to +1.5EV in 0.3 EV steps (EV=Exposure Value).
In this first set of images, I chose a very tough subject, shooting towards the sun, which allows some tests also on the lens quality. There is some chromatic aberration and some flare, both usual in common zoom lenses found in low-cost digicams. There are no ghosts, which is good.
Notice that by overexposing (second image) you get more detail on the foreground (sand). There is some speckle (bright pixels) on the sand. There is a full image for the first thumbnail if you want to check the result without compensation.
overexposure +0.9 EV
underexposure -0.9 EV
0.3M, 480x640 (112kb)
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