Megapixels – This is the resolution of the camera’s sensor and determines how large you can print your shots. Fujifilm’s 24.3MP sensor can print at up to 42.33x63.5cm. FPS – Frames Per Second. OIS – Optical Image Stabilisation is a special feature that some lenses adopt to reduce camerashake when shooting hand-held. EVF – Electronic Viewfinders are what mirrorless cameras use to show you what the camera will take a picture of.
RAW – This file type literally means the raw data from the camera. Any camera worth its salt gives you the option to shoot RAW for more options when you’re editing. JPEG – The universal digital picture file format that provides a good balance between low file size and great quality. CSC – Compact System Camera. Does away with the moving mirror which makes SLR cameras big and heavy, but still has interchangeable lenses.