Fujifilm's Motion Remover Good for:
Deleting that fast-moving dude who just ruined your shot
It's a common problem: You take a perfect shot of a landmark, landscape, or otherwise still scene, but someone dashes into the frame at the last minute, ruining the photo. [[xref:http://www.pcworld.com/article/188292/fujifilms_13_new_pointandshoot_cameras_include_exr_units_and_megazooms.html|Fujifilm's 30X-optical-zoom FinePix HS10|Fujifilm's 30X-optical-zoom FinePix HS10]] solves that problem by erasing photo-hijackers. The Motion Remover setting scans an image for subjects in fast motion, and then removes the offending subjects while preserving the background area behind the moving object. The feature worked well during my quick hands-on test at PMA 2010, as it retained the background behind a moving person with impressive accuracy.