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Old Apr 30, 2007, 6:44 AM   #41
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eagle2: I chose Google's "WebAlbum" cause it takes only one click from Picasa (which I use for fast and simple editing) to upload and I find that the 1 GB free space is enough to show some sample pictures, in actual size, to friends and get their opinions.
Pbase is probably the place to post your final photoalbums. It is far better than the Google's site, no question about it. You can also check out the Phot.net site, I don't have information on the cost though. Photo.net is probably the best photo site on the net.

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Regarding the s9100/s9600 vs s/6000fd/s6500fd photo quality issue, I have to admit, after printing the low light series from www.imaging-resource.com/ s9100/s9600 vs s/6000fd/s6500fd reviews in a photo lab (13x18cm), the ones from S6000fd/S6500fd look definitely better than the those from s9100/s9600.
Other samples from this review look almost the same and it is difficult to find which camera was used. The low light shots though are revealing...
I can't wait to see the next S camera from Fuji which keeps all the goodies from the S9100/S9600 and combines them with the 6th generation ccd from the S6500fd/S600fd.Till then I will keep the F31fd in my pocket and the S9100/S9600 hanging from my shoulder.

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Old May 22, 2007, 8:32 AM   #42
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In myu Fuji 9100...... a 2GB Sandisc Ultra II CF Card was no faster for me than my 1GB Heries Olympus xD card. What was different was that the CF card used WAY WAY less battery power to capture images. I was able to take approx 125 image per set of high quality AA rechargable batteries with the xD card bit almost 600 with the CF card.

A for the 6000 vs 9000 vs 9100 deal I did my researchand the 9100 for me is the camera, almost my dream camera to be exact. If it just zommed to 380mm we'd have a winner.

The images are clear at ISO400, I can shoot at 5mp or 9mp depending of file size I need. It zooms fast, AF is good in most cases and with a hot shoe flash images in indoors are very very very good.

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Old May 24, 2007, 4:21 PM   #43
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Here is a test shot from a S6000fd. Started in raw tweaked a bit and here it b
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Old May 24, 2007, 4:26 PM   #44
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Here is one shot in jpg with a tad of sharping.
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Old May 24, 2007, 4:28 PM   #45
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That is perfect quality zoomdaddy, as a fellow 6000 owner I hear ya
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Old May 24, 2007, 5:10 PM   #46
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Thank You.. I do believe this is one of the best cameras I have had. I do shot with a Pentax K10d as well. For an almost compact/dslr this one does a fine job.
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Thank You.. I do believe this is one of the best cameras I have had. I do shot with a Pentax K10d as well. For an almost compact/dslr this one does a fine job.
Happy shooting

I agree with ya!
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