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Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd

Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd

6.3MP Electronic Viewfinder Digital Camera with 10.7x Optical Zoom
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Best Point and Shoot Digital Camera for Action Photos Under $400
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CNET editors' review

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By Philip Ryan from
October 24, 2006
7.2 out of 10 (Very good)
“The Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd is a solid superzoom that captures high-quality images with its wide, 10.7X optical zoom lens. Unfortunately, the camera lacks true image stabilization.”

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November 2006
Functionality: 8.8 out of 10, Photographic Qualities: 9.0 out of 10

Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd Digital Camera - Full Review

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By Dan Havlik from The Imaging Resource
February 5, 2007
Dave's Pick
“Face Detection and the ability to shoot low-noise images at high sensitivities make the Fuji S6000fd a real winner”

Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd Review

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By Simon Joinson from Digital Photography Review
December 2006
Highly Recommended (with some reservations)
“It's probably not the best 'point and shoot' model in its class (you'll get better results if you know what you're doing), but the combination of features, output and unusually able high ISO performance means that - whilst far from perfect - it can easily hold its own against some of it's more 'high profile' competitors.”

Fujifilm FinePix S6000fd - User Review

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Steve's Digicams
January 30, 2007
“The S6000fd is a very capable prosumer digicam. With its 6.3-megapixel imager, 28-300mm mechanically controlled zoom lens, extensive exposure and in-camera processing controls, automatic and advanced shooting modes, there's little that you can't do with this camera.”

DCRP Review: Fuji FinePix S6000fd

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By Jeff Keller from Digital Camera Resource Page
November 5, 2006
“Yeah, it's missing image stabilization (Fuji really needs to get on the ball in this area) and you need to go out of your way to get the best results at ISO 800 and above, but I ended up really enjoying using the camera.”

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