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Old Jan 31, 2005, 7:56 AM   #11
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To Terry:

Yes, the S3 has a slow buffer. I'm not a wedding photographer, but if I was, I would use the S3 as the main camera for shooting the group shots and then a 20D as the other camera for shooting the party afterwards to make sure I don't miss those once-in-a-lifetime shots. Actually, if I was a wedding photographer charging $5,000.00 per wedding every weekend, I would just buy 2 Canon 1Ds Mark II's.
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Old Feb 23, 2005, 7:40 AM   #12
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I have used S3Pro in one month, I don't know why there's two RAW in it. One's 13 MB, and another's 25 MB, which one is better? I think maybe 13 RAW is recorded in 12 bits (R pixels activate like one seperate pixel, so the files recorded maybe in real 12 Mp), and 25 RAW in 14 bits as R pixels activate to add the highlight for the S pixels, therefore the files recorded maybe in 6 Mp only.
I havn't read the infomation by Fujifilm.
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