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Thread: Fuji S602Z Vs Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ10

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegasus21
    Fiji CCD is really crap. Noise is really high (Max resolution. ie 6MP). Another thing about noise. newer CCDs have smaller noise grain so it looks more like flim iso grain.

    Look at some sample pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightwolf75
    for fuji s602z, try http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/fujis602z/

    for fz-10, check out user reviews at http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/read...asonic_dmcfz10

    hope it helps?
    I meant no reviews done by Phil. Some of the tests done in his review are objective and make for easier comparison across cameras (e.g. noise, resolution, focussing speeds, lags). Owners generally like to justify their purchases Anyway, on a like-to-like basis, check out user reviews for S602Z:

    http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/read...i_finepixs602z

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    thanks peeps fer all ur contributive info.....


    howeeevverrrrr, me still stuck on which to get

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegroon
    thanks peeps fer all ur contributive info.....


    howeeevverrrrr, me still stuck on which to get
    I say go for the Panasonic if the saturation, noise and AF is comparable to the S602Z.... for the simple reason that it is newer, longer zoom, and has IS....

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    Quote Originally Posted by tokrot
    dpreview has a very biased review against S602z. It gave recommended rating becoz its iso 800 and 1600 can be taken only at 1mp. But tell me which prosumer cam designed in yr 2002 can have iso 1600/800 setting, with 30 fps movie, fastest focusing/ least shutter lag (at Prosumer class) and combined shutter speed and aperture at 1/10000 sec with Max F11 value selling at 1000 plus dollars that time and now is selling 2nd at $600?
    yeah.. luckily i didn't let go this camera.. plan to keep it as spare camera once i get DSLR... it's a good performance camera.. think about it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegroon
    thanks peeps fer all ur contributive info.....


    howeeevverrrrr, me still stuck on which to get
    Hi thegroon,

    U've got PM..

    Regards,
    teckwee

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