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Fujifilm FinePix F100fd Pierre SD

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Ensignal-Verizon Wireless
(605) 945-2353
840 N Garfield Ave # 106
Pierre, SD
 
Slumberland
(605) 945-1997
920 N Garfield Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Karl's Tv & Appliance
(605) 224-0439
400 W Sioux Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Micro Fix Incorporated
(605) 224-9831
357 S Pierre St
Pierre, SD
 
Kelley Electronic Repair
(605) 945-0397
2117 E Wells Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Radio Shack
(605) 224-7998
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Gienger Communications Incorporated
(605) 224-2204
111 N Fir St
Pierre, SD
 
Sears Roebuck & Company
(605) 224-5300
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Rdi Incorporated
(605) 224-5475
1615 N Harrison Ave
Pierre, SD
 
Cellular One
(605) 224-5854
1005 E Wells Ave
Pierre, SD
 

Fujifilm FinePix F100fd Review at Cameratown.com

Fujifilm FinePix F100fd Review

Reader Score: 7.92 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "In the F-series, the new top dog is the F100fd, a feature packed 12MP model featuring Fujifilm's Super CCD HR VIII sensor. The sensor uses the same technology as the top of the range S5 Pro DSLR. Without being too technical about it, the sensor uses a unique pixel array designed to capture a broader dynamic range, in other words the full range of tones from highlight to shadow detail and everything in between. This is especially important in very bright sunlight, when deep shadows and glaring highlights are common. ...

Despite my initial reservations about both the need for a 12MP compact and the amount of noise it would produce, the images from the F100fd are rather good. Exposures are bang on 99 percent of the time and image clarity is very clear. More pixels theoretically means sharper images, and generally the F100fd captures plenty of sharp detail, especially when images are viewed at less than 100 percent or printed up to A4. ..."

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