Fujifilm FinePix S3000 Z

Announced Aug 26, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 38 – 228 mm (6×)
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Well I've just sold my S3000 to buy a new camera but I have to say that the Fuji has been a fair good camera as a result.- My fisrt experiences in digital photography where with this camera and I have learn a lot, I first was like most of the coments here, focus problems, etc... But after 7 months of usage I learn how to takes pictures with the S3000.- Here a few pictures taken with the cam: http://photos23.flickr.com/28423244_1324154eda.jpg http://photos14.flickr.com/15411102_5083498382.jpg ...

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Bought this when it first became available at military exchanges overseas (I work at a US Army base in Germany) a couple years ago. I was very pleased with the image quality and ease of use, but I was unsatisfied with the effectiveness of the pop-up flash indoors and don't understand why they even bother including such a tiny (16MB) xD picture card... i would've been willing to pay $50 more to have a 256MB card included in the box. Problems: I left it in a hot car and the power switch melted ...

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Same with me as Gerard. Moving up to S5000. I actually like the features of the 5000 over the 5100, more so the 3000. The 3000 was, to me, a snapshot camera that didn't even do that very well for what it's supossed to be. I feel the body was poorly constructed, I could feel the mold seams whenever I picked up the camera, wasn't impressed with the LCD viewfinder and I hated that I had to keep selecting the LCD everytime I turned on the camera. Very good pictures. Problems: Zoom assembly ...

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I have used S3000 for several months now. Overall, not a bad camera for its price, but next time I buy a digital camera, this model will not be my first choice. Problems: Slow data storing and very weak autofocus indoors, especially while using the zoom.

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i got this camera so i could "test the waters" before totally committing to digital. it is surprisingly good. very easy to use, nice images especially outdoors. it also has a nice feel to it, more like a 35mm SLR. The long zoom is nice..as long as you're outdoots. i highly recommend it was a great starter camera. However, if you're like me and have had years of experience shooting with 35mm SLR's, then you'll quickly outgrow this camera. It has very, very limited manual settings, so you ...

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I'm Not happy with this camera. I can't seem to get sharp images from it. Looking more closely the diafragma is always 2.8 giving it a very narrow window of sharpness in a picture. In bright sunny conditions when fixing the diafragma to 8.2, shutter times from 1/2 second! This means blurry pictures when shooting out of hand. I'm very dissapointed. [UPDATE] The camera proves to be very suitable for bright conditions, but the low ISO value of the CCD limits your possibilities in low light. ...

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Had the camera 3 months now,and am trying to offload it for reasons below. Good images,great prints,easy to use for point and shoot images of big wide shots (landscapes/static objects). For the price a good, if basic, camera. Problems: No way to adjust exposure,as the autofocus(which must be used) also gives the light reading. Very poor in low-light Very poor indoors for shots of people - slow shutter creates unwanted blur-so 1 in 10 images will be clear and sharp. Sloppy autofocus.

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Pretty good for less than 1000 cat Problems: Not very user friendly, instruction manual pretty vague, do not have qick review button..

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