Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix S6500fd
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Fuji FinePix S6000fd/S6500fd Digital Camera
27 February 2010
Summary: After much research it was evident that the Fuji S6000fd/S6500fd was by far the most superior camera within my budget, every review was glowing and in all honesty it did not disappoint. Classed as a mid range on the spectrum it is just above a compact and just below a DLSR, the perfect "bridge camera" (between the two).
Summary: Positives Now available for under £75 used Superb 6.3MP Fuji F30 sensor Good ISO 800 Mechanical Zoom Wide 28mm - 300mm lens with very good optical performance (not much compromise) Built well Takes AA Batteries and Rechargeables Battery life is good for disposables (in my experience) Negatives Some may dislike 'only' 6.3MP - for most folk will be more than enough No Optical Image Stabilisation EVF is small
Summary: Very pleased with purchase and have already taken some great pics. Was slightly worried about the packaging when it arrived as there was rattling about going on inside of it. Turns out it was the batteries escaped from the camera and were rattling around in the box and was dreading opening it as thought would find camera inside broken but glad to say it was actually quite secure in original packaging.
Summary: Fuji FinePix S6500 Digital Camera - Black (6.3MP, 10.7x Optical Zoom) 2.5" LCD We bought this as a joint present for our daughter & son-in-law for Christmas. We were so happy with our own Fuji that we bought them the latest model. This is a superb camera - easy to use and takes excellent pictures. It is also very good value for money.
Summary: I had received my Fuji FinePix S6500fd camera today and I was most impressed with it. I went to Manchester Piccadilly station to take some railway photos with it and the quality of the photos were excellent at both 3.2 mega pixels and at 6.0 mega pixels. The feel of the camera in terms of weight was great and the AA batteries together with its SLR design were the principal reasons for purchasing the camera.
Summary: I bought the S6500 as a replacement for the considerably-smaller E550, which met a watery grave when the tide came in and swallowed my bag whilst on holiday... Safe to say, I am now very glad to have such misfortune befall me, as the S6500 is a superior camera in every way. With the good looks of a small digital SLR, the useability of a 'point and click', and enough features to keep all but the most hardcore happy, it's the perfect balance for mid-range users.