Finepix S3000

Discussion in 'Photography' started by DJ TecThreat, Feb 1, 2004.

  1. DJ TecThreat

    DJ TecThreat Guest

    I've been looking at buying a Finepix S3000 for taking amatuer photos...
    mostly of people/animals/objects... but some would be abstract and for that
    i will be adding filters,. etc.. to the camera.... Does the S3000 offer a
    zoom lens and the ability to swap the lens out/put filters on it.. etc?

    DJ TecThreat
     
    DJ TecThreat, Feb 1, 2004
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  2. DJ TecThreat

    MisNomer Guest

    According to the manual
    "commercially available filters can be mounted on the lesn when the adapter ring
    is attached, but no more than one filter should be mounted at a time."

    No you cannot swap out the lens.

    Although you can use the adapter ring for adding conversion lens. WF-FX9 and
    TL-FX9 (changing the focal length by .79 and 1.5)


    take care
    Liz
     
    MisNomer, Feb 2, 2004
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  3. take a look at the 3800. It is a great little camera
    According to the manual
    "commercially available filters can be mounted on the lesn
    when the adapter ring
    is attached, but no more than one filter should be mounted
    at a time."

    No you cannot swap out the lens.

    Although you can use the adapter ring for adding conversion
    lens. WF-FX9 and
    TL-FX9 (changing the focal length by .79 and 1.5)


    take care
    Liz
     
    Boots Crofoot, Feb 3, 2004
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  4. DJ TecThreat

    DJ TecThreat Guest

    i'm actually looking at something more like the Minolta DiMAGE Z1... but i
    cant afford it...

    Anybody know of a nice digital camera like the Z1 for $300 or under? thats
    really what i want..

    I wish i had more money for this hobby

    DJ TecThreat
     
    DJ TecThreat, Feb 3, 2004
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