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Old Jan 15, 2006, 10:29 PM   #1
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Not much has been mentioned about the Fuji E-900. In fact, there are very very few professional reviews of the Fuji E-900. None the less, the E-900 is a very impressive camera with a lot of punch and a lot of features.

The 9mp images and the ISO 800 images provided by the E-900 are impressive. For someone who really like to crop a lot the E-900 provides the images that are very adapted to heavy cropping because they are FULL 9mp images.

Here is an example photo showing a 100% crop of an E-900 image. The resolution is still impressive.

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Old Jan 17, 2006, 6:07 PM   #2
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At ISO 400? VERY impressive!
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Yes, you are very correct indeed. Take a look at this one taken this afternoon at ISO 800. Still quite impressive. Just natural lighting with no flash.

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I bought one a few weeks ago, and quite happy with it. Good results.










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Old Jan 20, 2006, 11:45 AM   #5
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Many thanks for posting some great E-900 photo. I own both the S-9000 and the E-900, and I have actually found the E-900 to be a bit sharper with somewhat increased image contrast.

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I too have the S9500 with the E900 and like them both.

I always (since I've gone digital) bought Fuji, the S602, S6900, S7000 and now these.

Good pictures at a reasonable price.



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I actually feel that the photo output, quality wise, is a bit better from my E-900 than from the S-9000.

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Old Jan 20, 2006, 4:13 PM   #8
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For example here is a 100% crop of an E-900 macro photo. My S-9000 cannot do that!

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Fuji E900 Iso 80 Taken this morning


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Thanks for posting a great photo. The colours are perfect. Were you in the Chrome setting?

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