Summary: it is a camera for portrait photography, not for action, but if you'll take photos with 800 iso, higher iso range not visible, which means, it is a highlight in DSL production for NAF lenses. very natural colors. very good RAW's. the interpolation from 6 MT to 12 MP is favorable. I interpolate with Phsh to 48 MP. Enormous: the posters. very highly recommended from me.
Pros: the hexagonal sensor pixels allow very sharp pictures
Summary: This camera is a few years old and the size, 6.5 megapixels is a bit small compared to newer models. This is a true professional camera in every since. The quality and color are incredible. Being older the price now is affordable compared to the original 3 grand. It's fully manual and allows you full control, just like professional 35mm cameras. It also lets me use all my Nikon lenses that I have collected over the years.
Summary: Bought my first S2 as a backup for my Nikon D1, but the S2 quickly became my frontline camera. It takes Nikon and off brand lens that the D1 won't, has the built-in flash for snapshots, and takes different external flashes. The photo quality is excellent, and the controls are easy to use.
Summary: This camera is a piece of junk. It has a known defect, the CCD will stop working at any time, for no reason, rendering it a paperweight. This is known as the black screen of death. Fuji used to replace it, but they no longer make the CCD and will not repair it. So if your CCD dies, it's worth nothing and will never work again.