I don't know which Fuji people are voting for but Fujifilm only list one SLR model at the moment, the S3 pro, which is based on a Nikon body and is now looking a little dated. None of the models mentioned in later posts are DSLRs.Demps said:This is for the DSLR and pro DSLR's.
Ticketman uses this camera and I believe Dennis does as well. The specs of it was very good but a bit out of my price rangei heared from two photters i met that the s9000 is also a good camera
Similar in style perhaps. I agree the S7000 is a good camera and I use one myself, but an SLR it is not. It has an electronic viewfinder, whereas an SLR by definition has an optical 'through the lens' viewfinder via a mirror and prism, the mirror moving out of the way of the CCD when a picture is taken. Nearly all SLRs also have interchangable lenses whereas of course the S7000 doesn't.Tom said:The Fujifilm S7000 I consider to be very similar to a DSLR, I have used an SLR myself but I do believe that the S7000 is highly similar.