Fujifilm FinePix S602Z Pro

Announced Nov 18, 2002 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 210 mm (6×)
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I just love it. Problems: Is there a way to keep the counter runing after formating the SmartMedia and not start from 0000 again?

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I'd carried out extensive research for about a week before i set my eyes on S602Z. I was keen on buying Nikon at first, but soon after knowing how 'duh' Nikon cameras are getting nowadays, i opted Fuji. and it is GREAT. 1. the picture is sharp, and the 1.8" LCD does a great job, complimented by an EVF, which is rare for any 3MP cameras. 2. though 3MP, the Fujifilm CCD technology is marvelous. bravo 3. i'm just a beginner, but the controls are easily maneuverable. hence quite user-friendly. 4. ...

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i like it very much,it's cheap and better than other of this preace.my freinds all like this.i like it than f717 Problems: it's easy derty.

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I don't know explain my soddisfation, It was My first digital camera, absolutely terrific, the best choise I could made. Good price buying in Internet, good quality, If I want found a fault, I have to say "Is not so easy to use, In manual mode, or better, To obtain good picture it's necessary a good practise" but is not 602's fault. but me. Buy it. Problems: Assolutamente nessun problema, soddisfazione massima.

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I am a Fuji fan, having entered digital photography with a 2800z, because of the warm colors and image quality. I researched this camera for six months (with other options being the Nikon 5700 and Olympus C-5050) and decided on it because of my prior experience. For my use, the 3.2 megapixels is NOT a disadvantage, and is more than reewarded by the spectrum of features, intuitive design, and ergonomic placement of features. This is an exceptional camera, and one that after six weeks of ...

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Hi everyone. I Steve from Singapore and recently I bought the fuji 602 and wished to share some information abt this camera. I'm a previous owner of the canon G2 and decided to change because of the annoying AF problem that the G2 had. Other than that every other function is fine - Nice image quality , very little noise and good build ( although image abit on the soft side) Why do I choose the fuji 602? Frankly speaking my first choice was sony F717 as I like the design , 5MP and its fast ...

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I find myself going back to this camera with a quantum QB1 attached whenever I want 5 pictures per second. 717 cannot do it... and love the warm fuji colors and clarity. Problems: bought an inexpensive .5 gig compact flash card and found that the vga movie STOPPED to record (went busy) I think this may be due to the compct flash media i purchased. Smartmedia works fine. I intend try the 1G IBM microdrive

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Altough i was a professional photgrapher,i am now a beginner to the world of digital photo. i do know the quality of the photo's i am looking for....i have the fuji 602 since friday, and i can tell everyone that i am very impressed with this camera...the ease of use and the quality of the photo's are great....they come very close to the pictures i had taken with my hasselblad film camera. this camera is well thought out by the folks at fuji..all the controls are well located and easy to use. ...

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Highly recommend this camera for anyone. For $600 (price on the net), you can't find a better camera. I am an extreme perfectionist, and swear by 35mm. I have an N-80 Nikon, and love (loved it), and stopped using it 3 months ago once my 1st batch of 8X10s arrived from Wal-Mart.com (I don't print my own photos). This camera produces exceptional images at 3Megapixel. 1megapixel is not worth using for 8X10s though. I don't use supplied software at all, it stinks, but Photoshop Elements is ...

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First of all this camera is the Bee's Neez. Yes you do need to use a battery charger and at least 2-3 sets of batteries - but no sweat. I would like to see a more sturdy construction. Image quality is exceptional. The features are very - VERY good so your control of the final product is unbeatable. Slowish at auto-focus, poor manual focus and disasterous poor light focus facilities. Exceptional low light picturing ability. Macro features Verrrry nice! Problems: Even if the autofocus is ...

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