FujiFilm FinePix S8100fd Reviewed
For being a fix-lens prosumer camera, it’s relatively cheap and packed with features.
Info-Sync has a look at the FujiFilm FinePix S8100fd.
The Fujifilm S8100fd offers great image quality, a comfortably molded body and excellent manual controls. In future revisions, we’d like to see a dial for controlling shutter and f-stop settings, and it’d be nice if the camera were outfitted with a Li-ion battery instead of being tethered to double As. That said, nothing particular about the Fujifilm S8100fd stands out as bad, and quite a bit stands out as good, thus making it a solid choice for those looking for a fixed-lens with plenty of zoom. Release: March 2008. Price: $360.
Pros: 18x zoom. Good overall image quality. Great body.
Cons: A bit noisy. Could really use a dial or wheel controller.
It’s super-small but packs quite a wallop as a mid-ranged camera. For the more advanced picture taker, it doesn’t get much better than this. For the full review with video, head on over to InfoSync.