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Fuji Finepix S7000 - help.

Discussion in 'Photography Forums' started by aljanomac, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. aljanomac

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    Plain and simple question - any good? - Looking for a full size high-spec digital which isn't going to cost the absolute earth (Can get basic S7000 for around £310ish plus extra for case/lenses etc)

    Opinions on ease of use or any alternatives (bearing in mind the money factor)

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Crocodile

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    Plain & simple answer - yes. A search of this forum for S7000 should provide all the info you need.

    You can buy factory refurbs direct from Fuji here.
     
  3. mr jones

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    i know 2 friends who bought these and they both seem very happy with their purchases
     
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    I've had an S7000 for a few months now. I'm not an acomplished photographer but it has been great for getting to grips with the more advanced options offered by digital cameras. I took it on a recent ski trip and the point and shoot mode gave some great shots. Having seen what it can do on full manual in the hands of an experienced photographer i'd say you wouldn't need an upgrade for some time to come.

    Highly recomended :thumbsup:
     

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