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Fujifilm FinePix S7000 Camera Review

Quote from the review at The Hardware Zone:

“We have seen a proliferation of advanced prosumer cameras in the market to answer the needs of photographers who require an all-in-one digital camera with a fixed lens of versatile zoom range and independently adjustable manual functions. The Fujifilm FinePix S7000 is able to give us this with its 35mm to 210mm (35mm film equivalent) lens with a maximum wide-aperture range of f/2.8-3.1. Boasting an image sensor with a 6.3 MegaPixel count, it is the first digital camera from Fujifilm to carry the second of its two proprietary Super CCD HR (High Resolution) sensor. Together with this sensor, it is able to maximize its 6.3 million pixels to produce an interpolated 4048 x 3040 (12.3 million) recorded pixel output file. Coupling the camera with optional wide and telephoto lens adapters and external flash, photo enthusiasts will be able to increase their creativity with the flexibility of capturing a wide variety of subjects. Other features include four preset Scene Position shooting modes, continuous five frame 12MP shooting, auto bracketing, custom white balance, three focusing modes, dual memory slot, movie with audio recording at 30fps and more.”

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