The big news about Fujifilmâ€™s FinePix S3 Pro is that it has two kinds of pixelsâ€”shadow and highlightâ€”in its Super CCD SR II sensor. The larger â€œSâ€? pixels respond to low light recording shadow detail, while the smaller â€œRâ€? pixels capture highlights. Each set produces six megapixels and since data is added together to produce the final image, Fujifilmâ€™s new math calls this a 12-megapixel camera, but is it? Out here in the real world, the answer is: Who cares? The image files created by the FinePix S3 Pro are big, clean, and flat-out gorgeous.