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Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd Review at Cameratown.com
Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd Review
Reader Score: 7.62 (out of 10)
Review (Updated 11/04/2006): "I know what you?re thinking: ?I just read this review a few weeks ago.? It?s true that we gave you our first impressions of the Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd from the show floor at Photokina 2006, but this article was written after spending more time with the camera and subjecting it to our thorough testing process. Rather than snapping photographs in the strangely lit overcrowded convention center, we?ve run the S6000fd through a battery of tests in and out of the studio and taken hundreds of pictures with it.
...There is plenty of manual control, albeit sometimes difficult to access. The i-Flash system keeps details in the background of pictures and doesn?t over-exposure faces. The combination of the i-Flash system and the face detection technology keeps portraits perfectly focused and exposed. The Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd is one of the best digital cameras out there for portrait photography, but it doesn?t do well in other areas. It lacks image stabilization and its zoom ring is difficult to smoothly control, so movies are jumpy. The zoom and focus rings are great to work with when shooting still images, but don?t function well at all while shooting video..."
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