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Old 9th September 2007, 12:42   #1
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Default Fujifilm FinePix S6500FD Digital Camera Review

The Fujifilm FinePix S6500FD was introduced at the end of 2006 for a MSRP of 370 ($500). Nowadays you can get this dSLR-like camera for 270 ($365), which is incredibly low if you see what it's capable of.

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Price in the U.S. is down to around $270 Nicely done review. I never like high ISO result, always try to avoid.
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wutske is an unknown reviewer from [M], time to get to know you.
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Nice article, I might get one of those
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My first review .

For the interested ones, I'm Phillip, 19 years young, still studying (electronics-ict) and if you want to know more about me, just send me a PM .
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You're the one.
Nice camera for the price; good buy here in the U.S.
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Hardfreak, can I change your username on the forum to "wutske"? easier to track
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Old 26th September 2007, 11:08   #10
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Nice watercolour effect at high iso.
(BTW, PCB traces are best for seeing lessening of details when ISO increases)


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S6500FD is best described as a fixed lens camera in the body of a dSLR.
dSLR? Except for shape it doesn't differ much from all those Point&Pray aka P&S cameras with that button tapping driven menu based UI.
This is SLR-like user interface.


I think this would be better to leave to their BS... err marketing material:
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Inside the camera you'll find a 6,3MP SuperCCD, what makes this CCD super is the fact that it has a very good SNR (signal-to-noise-ratio) resulting in less noise when you use a higher ISO value.
After all it's clear that sensor itself isn't so much better than others and that most of low noise level is achieved with strong noise reduction.

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Picture Stabilization: this boosts the ISO value
More PR BS, image stabilization is system which allows using longer exposure time without camera movement blurring picture.
(this isn't even so called digital image stabilization)


But you forgot plus for wide angle, those 38mm unwide angles are horrible... but it's fun to look their users to step backwards for fitting every people into frame. 28mm is much better and "minimum" for landscapes.
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