Fujifilm FinePix S7000 Zoom

Announced Jul 29, 2003 •
6 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 210 mm (6×)
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I've had this for two years and it was probably two years old when I bought it, as a re-introduction to digital photography a bit better than the P&S I was using before. I was impressed by its ease of use and the very high quality pics it was capable of producing. I supplemented it with an Olympus TCON 1.7 to give a useful extension to the zoom length, via a stepping ring. Now it stays permanently in the vehicle as a standby camera as I have confidence in its ability to accurately record ...

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I have been using my S7000 for 4 or 5 years now. It has been an excellent choice for my camera needs. I have been able to produce very nice images in most situations. It also has many functions that enable me to capture great images in those situations that aren't so normal. It's low light capabilities have been astounding. I have taken sunrise and sunset shots, without the use of a tripod, and have gotten very good results. I have used the Macro modes with great results also. It has been a ...

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Bought the camera not long after it came out and have been happy with it ever since, I have thought about upgrading but I keep deciding to stick with old faithfull. It is well made, robust, nicely designed, easy to use and produces excellent images Problems: Heavy on batteries but since I switched to high capacity rechargeables this is no longer a problem

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I think I bought the last one in Sydney in mid 2005, following owning a 6900 for 4 year. I had two specific requirements for a camera - firstly that it took AA batteries (invaluable if you are stuck with flat proprietary batteries in the middle of nowhere, and soured by my experience with the 6900's poor battery life and expensive NP80 batteries), and secondly that it would accept a barrel and filter to protect dust getting into the zoom mechanism. I am often in less than ideal conditions ...

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I have used my s7000 for 4 years and I enjoyed it's quality and features. When buying the s7000 I carefully researched the field and decided to go with the digicam over the SLR field, which at time was much narrower. I found that I never appreciated it enough until I recently purchased a D80 Nikon with 18-200 VR lens. I found that digicam is loaded with many of the features. The contained zoom feature means no lens changing. Compact and easy to use, it works as a point-and-shoot camera, ...

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I bought this camera 2nd hand online. I love it to bits! Just upgraded to a dSLR, but I love this camera too much to sell it. It's been with me thru almost all kinds of weather. Cold, damp, sandy, blazing hot... It's great! It takes excellent shots and is packed full of wonderful functions. I love it... -dan- Problems: The memory card compartment cover is right where your hand-grip is. And if your camera's a little old like mine, the cover might get a little loose. So once in a while when i ...

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i am by no means an expert with a camera but i have had the s7000 12 months now and can tell you it is a fantastic camera i nearly moved up to the samsung 815 a few weeks ago but that was just because of the bigger zoom and lcd to be honest it would have been hard to part with my 7000 it is well built if you are thinking of buying one go for it Problems: no problems just wish it had longer zoom

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Bought one when they first came out ,what a top camera ,Buy one you won't regret it ! Problems: I SOLD IT TO UPGRADE TO A D 70 FOR BACK UP ! I MISS IT ! No faults at all in over 3500 shots

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This camera is a good solid camera, capable of exceptional photos in good light. It is absolutely packed with features that will get many people on the road to SLR land, because as you learn to use all it's bits and pieces, it leaves you wanting more. The 55 mm thread enables you to attach extra lenses, both wide angle and telephoto (you will need the latter) and being an earlier Fuji design, the menu system is fairly simple. The nested menu system of the S5600 and F10 had not been ...

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The S7000Z is a magnificent camera. Unlike my Olympus and its 10x zoom, the Fujifilm 6x zoom records long shots without 'shaking' distortions. Its mega-pixel recordings have allowed me to print photos as large as 8x10 that look as if they'd come out of a high-gloss magazine. Problems: None.

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