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Old Sep 18, 2005, 7:38 AM   #1
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I've got various grad and ND Cokin filters along with a lens hood for my S7000. Unless the S9500 gets unexpected bad press in thepending in-depth reviews then my money's waiting :?

I just wanted to verify if therewill bea 58mm thread mount on the lens.. Couldn't see any mention of this on the Fuji specs..

If not I'll bundle all my accessories withmy S7000 when I put it on eBay to raise funds for the 9500.

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Old Sep 18, 2005, 10:07 AM   #2
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hi,it is 58mm thread,ive had my 9500 5 days now and love it,i upgraded from my s7000 to the pentax istds but the pentax broke so i got the s9500 as a replacement,and im really happy i did.
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Old Sep 18, 2005, 2:25 PM   #3
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Thanks for confirming this thread size for me..

Got to ask this... Have you found any minor niggles in ergonomics/handling/software/performance yet,or is itthe perfect successor to the 7000?

I'm not really ready for an SLR because I want movie capablilty alongside the best possible image quality.



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so far everythings working fine,it feels great to use and the manual zoom makes this feel like a dslr,also the manual focusing is a lot better than the s 7000,i loved my s 7000,im over the moon with this one.
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I've had my S7000 for nearly a year now, and it's been worth every penny as an all-in-one digicam. If asked about its flaws, the shutter lag and inability to zoom while recording movies (or stills for wacky motion effects:?)were the only two issues.

If the 9500 has addressed these then itwill be perfect for me!
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ive not used the movie mode, but the manual says you can zoom while recording,and its a pretty rapid camera.
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Old Sep 20, 2005, 2:06 PM   #7
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the adaptor tube for the s7000 is 55mm male x 55mm female

the filter size on the s95000 is 58mm female (no adaptor tube offered or recommended)


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