Fuji s9600

Discussion in 'Fuji' started by Paul Warman, Nov 19, 2006.

  1. Paul Warman

    Paul Warman Guest

    Does anyone have any first hand experience of the Fuji s9600 digital camera.
    My current model is the Fuji s602 which has served me well. My usage is
    purely for family shooting with indoor and outdoor in equal proportion.
    I'm steering away from SLR cameras primarily because of cost but I also
    prefer the convenience a single 28-300mm lens will give.
    Many thanks
    Paul
     
    Paul Warman, Nov 19, 2006
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    MichaelM Guest

    I have a S9500. I also have a Canon 400D with lenses covering 18-300mm. I
    can tell you that my S9500 is a remarkably good camera especially for
    outdoor photography. I take it out in preference to the 400D whenever I am
    not needing the extra zoom with 300mm lens for 400D, or for continuous
    shooting (S9500 is virtually single shot camera to be honest). What I do
    like about the S9500 is the massive depth of view and its ability to do
    landscapes with a bit of zoom for when you need it. Image quality is superb
    IMHO ~ clear crisp photos with virtually everyting in focus. To be brutally
    honest, the S9500 is very close to DSLR in image quality for outdoors /
    landscapes sort of stuff. The continuous burst is very poor with this
    camera though, and for this, then I use DSLR. Depends what you are after I
    suppose.
     
    MichaelM, Nov 19, 2006
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