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Old Nov 21, 2005, 8:12 PM   #1
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I tried to post my detailed reasoning here but Steve's forum software gets rid of all the line breaks and is too hard to use. Go visit this link:http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/readflat.asp?forum=1012&thread=15967069 to see my reasoning if you're looking at the E900 and are curious about a similar voyager...Steve, I really dont like the forum software. The search also does not work well.Keep up with the great reviews, just change forum software.Cheers,-Walter
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Old Nov 21, 2005, 10:05 PM   #2
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With all due respects, your post was garbled and only very marginally readable. I assume that you ae indeed speaking about the Fuji S-9000.

I own the Fuji S-9000, and will tell you quite honestly that the Fuji S-9000 is something of a weird turkey. I would cautaion any folks that might be interested in the Fuji S-9000 to be very careful indeed. It is certainly not what itwe have been led to believe the Fuji S-9000 really is.

It is nothing more than a small imager with too many pixels thrust upon it. The result is IMHO very sloppy, with less than great photos.

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With all due respects, your post was garbled and only very marginally readable. I assume that you ae indeed speaking about the Fuji S-9000.

I own the Fuji S-9000, and will tell you quite honestly that the Fuji S-9000 is something of a weird turkey. I would cautaion any folks that might be interested in the Fuji S-9000 to be very careful indeed. It is certainly not what itwe have been led to believe the Fuji S-9000 really is.

It is nothing more than a small imager with too many pixels thrust upon it. The result is IMHO very sloppy, with less than great photos. Buyer beware!

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Old Nov 21, 2005, 11:43 PM   #5
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Yes, what I posted lost all of its formatting and was quite garbled. Very strange and frustrating. I do not like the bulletinboard/forum Steve uses. It relies heavily on JavaScript and glitches. I tried several times to get it to come out properly. However, if you are interested in reading it, check it out on my blog where it formats perfectly well: http://SugarMtnFarm.com/blog/**
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