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Old Feb 1, 2006, 9:21 PM   #11
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It is just my opinion, but I believe that the Fuji F-10 performs better in low light when compared to the Fuji S-5200. I was hoping that the performance would be equal or better, but it isn't.

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It is just my opinion, but I believe that the Fuji F-10 performs better in low light when compared to the Fuji S-5200. I was hoping that the performance would be equal or better, but it isn't.

Currently I do not have any online storage of full resolution photos.

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The sensor on the S5200 is 24.7 sq mm and the F10 is 43.3 sq mm. That gives the F10 a lower density even though it is an Mp higher.

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Thanks for the info. I believe that would probably account for the F-10's better low light level performance. You know there is a rumor afoot that Fuji is slated to announce the F-30 at PMA. It is based on the F-10 imager and the F-30 will be capable of using a max ISO speed of 3200.
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The kodak P-880 continues to amaze me. It is a very capable camera with many high lights. Today a Macro photo for you as I dashed out between rain showers to get the mail. I found a bumble bee hiding out in a daffodill to protect himself from the rain showers.

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