Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S1000fd
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Another good Fuji product
Photo Sue, PhotoAlley.com
29 April 2009
Summary: I have been very pleased with my previous Fuji camera. This one is very similar except for the battery compartment/memory card being in the same slot and the little door is tricky to close. The batteries can fall out when you remove the memory card.
Pros: Easy To Use, Uses 2 memory cards, Uses regular AA batteries
Cons: Battery door tricky, Batterymemory same door
Summary: I use mostly for shooting tattoos, I have had both previous comparable finepix cameras and they actually seem to get worse year after year. My first, the 7mp, actually takes better pictures and much faster. the s1000 is very slow with shor battery life, colors are not nearly as vibrant.
Pros: Comfortable Controls, Easy To Use, Strong Construction
Summary: The Fujifilm s1000fd is a good camera. I need to get that established. The photo quality is excellent for the most part, and it has quite a deal more versatility than a standard Point and Shoot camera. That said, it has many flaws.
Summary: The camera is ok, smaller than it seems on the picture, runs on 4 AA rechargeable batteries, compact and gives a feeling that will last long. However, I could not manually adjustofocus, and find myself frequently trying to lock focus in a sharper image, but usually it takes too long, and when it is...
Excerpt: This little fuji has everthing i was looking for in a high zoom camera without the over complex bulky nature (not to mention price)of a full slr. At the superbike races I have managed to gain some impressive results with a few adjustments to the settings. overall very impressed.
Pros: aa batteries. 2500mah �4.99 for 4.
Cons: Going to exchange it tomorrow as flash doesnt open all the way.Otherwise its been faultless.
Summary: Die Kamera liegt relativ gut in der Hand. Die Einstellungsmöglichkeiten sind entsprechend der Kamera ok Was daran gut ist, ist der gute funktionierende Drehknopf wo die Einstellungen gut sichtbar auf dem Display angezeigt werden.