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Our good friends Dave and Mike over at Imaging Resource have had a busy few days recently, first off is their "almost full review" of a pre-production Canon D30. Then comes a review of Fujifilm's S1 Pro, a comparison of the S1 Pro, D30 and Nikon's D1 and finally a full review of Toshiba's PDR M70.. Just when I thought I was working hard ;)
We're proud to bring you a world exclusive. The first full review of FujiFilm's S1 Pro digital SLR. The first affordable digital SLR to market certainly grabbed the headlines when it was announced, since then there's been no end of talk about digital SLR's. With high resolution output, quality processing algorithms and Nikon lens compatibility the S1 Pro certainly looks like an interesting package (especially considering its $3,500 street price). But how does it measure up?
We'll try to tell you.. In our 16 page, 10,000 word review with over 150 images in the review body and 50 photographs (including originals) in the associated samples galleries.
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