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Old Sep 9, 2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Default Fuji S8200 or S6800

I want to buy one of that camera i found S8200 cam brand new online for 200 dolars in my country price is 380. Is that camera have great quality pictures?i also watch model S6800? Which better?
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Old Sep 10, 2013, 4:44 PM   #2
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G'day Mate

I cannot find a listing for the 6800 so am unable to compare it
The 8200 seems to be like most of the current [2012-2013] Fuji superzoom cameras where the zoom is getting longer & longer

My first Fuji was the S5000 and I am currently running the X-s1

In my experience, Fuji cameras are well made, they are 'cheap' as they are made in China [as against Japan for some other companies]; the lens quality is "pretty good"; the basic features are "pretty good" and the viewfinder is "average" to "excellent" depending on the price of the camera

I also have found that every superzoom camera when being used over 20x zoom MUST be on a tripod to avoid camera shake. I know that the camera has anti-shake built in, but at very long zoom the magnification of the lens is greater than the ability of the camera to remove shake

Hope this helps a bit
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