Fujifilm FinePix S602 3.1 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Black, Silver

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Built with creative versatility in mind. The FinePix S602 offers a bright F2.8 Super EBC (Electron Beam Coating) Fujinon 6X (35-210mm) optical Zoom Lens with a 13-step aperture. Coupled to a new focusing system, the new 3rd generation 3.1 million effective pixels Super CCD system can yield 1600 ISO at 1 MegaPixel with minimal electronic noise, higher shutter speeds and extraordinary performance. The new 3rd generation Super CCD system uses Fujifilm's new Pixel Data Coupling Technology to produce ultra sharp yet colorful 6.0 million pixel images. Also featured is our Pixel-Mixing Technology, which can produce digital VGA resolution movies at 30 fps. Other features include: dual media slots, a manual focus ring, aperture or Shutter priority, AE scene modes, custom white balance, hot shoe mount and an electronic mini LCD through-the-lens (TTL) viewfinder (Optional .79X wide angle lens or a 1.5X telephoto lens with 55 mm filter adapter tube is available).

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Memory Card Support: SmartMedia Card (SM)

LCD Screen Size: 1.8 in

Camera Type: Bridge Camera

Effective Megapixels: 3.1 Megapixel

normalized-Optical Zoom: 6

normalized-Weight: 17.6


Product Title: Fujifilm FinePix S602 3.1 Megapixel Bridge Camera - Black, Silver

Manufacturer: Fujifilm

Power Score: 4.2 | 36 Reviews

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Product Reviews (12)

I think most potential buyers get...

Strengths: Great pictures. Nice features. Easy to use.

Weakness: battery life using flash

I think most potential buyers get caught up with camera extras and forget the main reason to buy a camera is for picture quality. The Fuji S602 takes incredible pictures and has lots of extras. My son takes loads of pictures for our soccer team and we get countless families raving about the quality of the developed images. They can't believe the pictures are from a digital camera. They are...
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By nightbks - Jun 25, 2005

I was looking for a camera with...

Strengths: You will Feel Like a Professional

Weakness: Needs some getting used to

I was looking for a camera with which i can get some nice family pics (hated going to photo shops and spending upward of sixty dollar for few pics). After two generic digital camera. Decided to buy a "expensive" camera. Found Fuji on a web site. Did some research and read nothing but great reviews for the most part. After the delivery of camera, I was not impressed. Few days later family went out...
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By smile116610 - Aug 5, 2004

Love this camera. Have gotten...

Strengths: Auto and Manual settings. Lots of features for the price. Fantastic pictures.

Weakness: Takes a lot of reading to learn all the functions, wish it was a little more user-friendly. But once you learn, it's great.

Love this camera. Have gotten great pictures in all modes and settings.

For those looking for the perfect case -- we found it!!
TLZ Mini by Lowepro. Not too big. Camera fits perfectly, even with lens adapter installed. Pockets for extra memory cards, filters.

By dsb - Jul 25, 2004

I have this camera for almost 1...

Strengths: 6x zoom, ease of use, excellent picture quality

Weakness: just 16 mb smart media card

I have this camera for almost 1 year, since then have used it for almost every occasion both indoors, outdoors, close ups, portraits etc. the most amazing feature is it captures first or last 5 frames which is a gift for shooting moving objects or sports events. I use this feature to capture precious moments of my 3 yr old son and 5 yr old daughter. If you read its manual and follow the...
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By techsaavy - Jun 26, 2004

This is realy nice digital camera...

Strengths: macro modes, 6MP mode, manual exposier mode

Weakness: AF in dark places and no soom in move mode

This is realy nice digital camera I have got it one year back and it was the best sale at that time and now it still the best speacialy if I compare it with my frind camera "sony 717".
I wich if it has a PC capture mode like canon G3 or G5

By imnnet - Nov 9, 2003

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