Canon, Nikon or other?

Canon, Nikon, Fujifilm or other?

  • Canon

    Votes: 6 27.3%
  • Nikon

    Votes: 3 13.6%
  • Fuji

    Votes: 11 50.0%
  • other

    Votes: 2 9.1%

  • Total voters
    22
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Jim

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If you don't mind slow shutter lag then Fuji;'s are Brill!
 

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Fuji :p

Beep ;)

I've figured out how to take instant high speed shots now and the quality is fantastic!
 
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Hi Demps.

I bought a new camera recently as my SONY Cybershot DSC-P73 was stolen. I bought a FujiFilm S7000 Zoom. The camera is excellent and is a bargain purchase on amazon.co.uk currently at £199.99. If you click here you can purchase it with some of the revenue going to RailUK to keep up with upkeep of the site.

Tom
 

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Ive recently bought a Fuji Finepi s5600. Excellent camera
 

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The starting post in this thread said:
Demps said:
This is for the DSLR and pro DSLR's.
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.


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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.
 

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yeh, ok sorry i will re phrase it :), it has opnened my eyes to see how many people like the fuji series, unfortunately tom i have my hopes set, that is a canon 30d and grip with 24-70 tokina f2.8, and 70-200 f2.8 possible the f4 cause it is a lot less money. Currently i have a s5000 and am quite impressed aside for some faults it is a great little camera and still superior to the s5500 etc. due to faster car readers :), its also great to stuff in your pocket while on a quick move to a new location (if thats without bag), i heared from two photters i met that the s9000 is also a good camera.
 

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i heared from two photters i met that the s9000 is also a good camera

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 range
 

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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.
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.

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I'm stepping up to DSLR again shortly, I've always been a Nikon man, and will be again. Its just that I've not had chance to use my old SLR's recently.
 

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I go for Canon - I currently use an EOS300D which is around 18 months old now. Chose it as I got a good deal, but the thing that swung it was theat the lenses from my old Canon film SLR (28-80 and 80-200mm) fitted it, giving me another 2 lenses without any additional outlay.
 

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matt said:
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 range

I b****y well do not - S9000 is for peasants - I use the S9500 :-P :D :D :D
 

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TicketMan said:
I b****y well do not - S9000 is for peasants - I use the S9500 :-P :D :D :D

Lol. I was close :-P
 

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matt said:
Lol. I was close :-P
Closer then close as they are both the same camera.
Different codes for different countries s9000 US and s9500 for UK and Europe.
 

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Ah similar to mine being an S5600 in the UK but S5200 in the US
 
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