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Monday, Aug 29, 2005

Fujifilm FinePix S9500 / S9000 Review - LetsGoDigital

Fujifilm introduced the FinePix S9500 on the digital camera market at a time when no other manufacturer is able to introduce a comparable high resolution digital camera like the S9500. We can easily say that every manufacturer of 8 Megapixel cameras has encountered some trouble with high ISO recordings and noise. Almost every 400 ISO image, and sometimes a 200 ISO photo is effected with noise. Our first experiences with the Fujifilm FinePix S9500 are 800 ISO images that are pretty noise-free! Blowing up a 400 ISO photo to a large format print is absolutely no problem at all. Pretty amazing.

We have had the opportunity to get our hands on an early pre-production sample of the new Fujifilm FinePix S9500 digital camera, called Fujifilm FinePix S9000 in the United States. This brand new model is the next generation hybrid digital cameras that has a Super CCD image sensor on board. This in-house developed image sensor, Super CCD HR, is already the 5th generation Fujifilm is using and today Fujifilm is proud to introduce the first 9 Megapixel image sensor of the world for compact digital cameras. The model we have had in our office is an early pre-sample. The Fujifilm FinePix S9500 is aimed at the enthusiast photographer and eager amateur. The high resolution of 9 Megapixels will definitely attract consumers aiming for the ‘best of the best’. At least we can say that the image file gives you sufficient opportunities to edit and control. There will be plenty of resolution for you to blow up your amazing macro shot or family portrait.

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