Kyocera Finecam S3r Reviews
Product Type: Kyocera digital cameras
Description:Model ID 851000 / Kyocera Finecam S3r - Digital camera - 3.2 Mpix - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: MMC, SD / The Finecam S3R provides full-memory consecutive shooting at approximately 3.1 frames/second at a high pixel value. The liquid crystal monitor follows to display ... more
Kyocera Finecam S3r ... images in real time during consecutive shooting. If it is difficult to photograph the subject, such as children or pets with fleeting expressions or moving subjects at an athletics meet or in group photograph with a number of people, taking consecutive photographs enables you to select only the best shots afterward. Kyocera believes that this photographic style is the great feature that digital cameras have over conventional cameras. Full-memory consecutive shooting means shooting successive images until the capacity of the memory card is reached. It is available when using an SD memory card with a transfer speed of at least 10 MB per second for high-speed recording.
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