Fujifilm FinePix S602Z Pro review
Nice camera for people who like fully automatic to manual cameras. The pictures are nice and crisp although when the camera is set for red eye reduction, portrates come out with red eyes and have to be removed via the computer, not that big a deal. The camera does not do well when backlight is needed when in fully automatic mode, it must be set before the picture is taken so when in a room with bright sunlight shining in the windows - beware, all will be somewhat dark.
Overall, after learning to use it (way different from 35mm SLR's), I would suggest this or maybe even the S7000 Z.
I had a 1 year old memory card give me READ ERROR! after 39 shots.
When I contacted Sandisk, eventually they sent me a new one. I'm wondering if the camera damaged the card in some way, maybe format isn't really format on this camera.
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- Sigma 50-100mm F1.8 Art5.1%
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