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PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 5:51 am 
i hope it is okay to post this link , the pictures are tagged as public , it shows some wonderful pic,s taken using the new FUJI S100FS . the guy is clearly a talented photographer , but it also shows just what the camera is capable of in the right hands . it also includes details of all the camera settings used for each picture . http://flickr.com/photos/disaster_area/


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Hi mitch,

No problem, though we definitely draw the line when it comes to advertising aka SPAM. :roll:

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hi everyone,
If anybody has a S1000fd I would appreciate hearing what you think of it.
I'm looking around for a friend.
I really wandered how good the picture stablisation was because the few reviews I've read don't go into it.
Seems good value at PurelyGadgets at the mom at £146.
thnxs
cheers GCJ :)

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PostPosted: Sun May 18, 2008 1:58 pm 
Hi GCJ,

Unfortunately the S1000fd does not feature any kind of image stabilisation - a major design omission for a camera with a 12x optical zoom range :!:

Have a look at this Trusted Reviews review. The lack of stabilisation is discussed on the second page.

To quote from that review: "I think potential buyers will look at it briefly, and then buy the S5800 instead" - Some food for thought hey?? :P

Mark


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Markh wrote:
Hi GCJ,

Unfortunately the S1000fd does not feature any kind of image stabilisation - a major design omission for a camera with a 12x optical zoom range :!:

Mark

cheers Mark
the advert for Jessops says "electronic IS" but I guess that just means a certain mode to increase the shutter speed.
thxs mate

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