- The resolution of the camera is 16 megapixels
- Come with ISO up to 6400
- It zooms lens up to 900m
- Image is stabilized with sensor-shift
- Screen size is around 3 inches
- Shooting continuous up to 8 fps
- HD video
- 450 g of weight
The Fuji S8600 is another minimized, financial plan benevolent superzoom camera highlighting an adaptable Fuji non 36x optical long-range focal point, which gives a 25-900mm proportional field of view.
While the Fuji S4800 could deal with a negligible 1.2 edges for each second at full goals from its CCD, the S8600 would now be able to speed by at 8 casings for each second at full goals. However, it’s still not as quick as the 10fps of its CMOS-prepared brethren.
On the backboard, an LCD screen with a 3.0-inch corner to corner makes it simple to outline your subject and looking into the outcomes.
Choosing a progressively affordable imaging sensor, the S8600 keeps a similar 16-megapixel CCD sensor as the past model, instead of increasingly normal and quicker CMOS sensors frequently utilized these days. It has a conventional greatest ISO affectability of 6400, much the same as its antecedent.