Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review

For the opportunity Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro Camera Review many thanks to Alexei Melnikov on his website http://www.photomlyn.com.ua/ all work filmed on this Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro.

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review

Below is the evolution of all of the Fujifilm FinePix series of CZK:

  1. Fujifilm FinePix S1 Pro - january 2000, based on the film Nikon F60 (aka Nikon N60), the first generation SuperCCD.
  2. Fujifilm FinePix S2 Pro - january 2002, based on the film Nikon F80 (aka Nikon N80), SuperCCD III (the matrix third generation).
  3. Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro - february 2004, on the base Fujifilm FinePix S2 ProSuperCCD SR II matrix (second generation SR matrix)
  4. Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro UVIR - August 2006, upgraded Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro for shooting in IR (Infra Red) and UV (Ultra Violet) spectra.
  5. Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro - september 2006, on the base Nikon D200, slightly upgraded SuperCCD SR II matrix (similar to the one installed on Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro).
  6. Fujifilm FinePix IS Pro - June 2007modernized Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro for shooting in IR (Infra Red) and UV (Ultra Violet) spectra.

The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro is an amazing camera. You take it in your hands, and you understand what it is Nikon D200, only labeled 'Fujifilm Super CCD' and 'Nikon F mount'. Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro body completely copied from the camera Nikon D200... Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro uses Nikkor lenses compatible with Nikon F-mount (cameras have the same bayonet mount), as well as all other peripherals - flashes, butblocks, remote controls, and more.

The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro has another modification called Fujifilm FinePix IS Pro, designed to work in the infrared and ultraviolet spectra. In the spring and summer of 2007, when the camera became available for orders and pre-orders, the price of the S5 Pro was $ 2.000, which somehow hints at its capabilities.

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

In general, almost everything I wrote in the review Nikon D200, can be attributed to the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro. The cameras have the same body and controls, but still, there are very serious differences. Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro and Nikon D200 - various matrices... And the matrix is ​​the heart of the camera.

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

Of course, if you dig around, other differences will come up. Differences between Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro and Nikon D200

  1. Miscellaneous menu. Of course, the software implementation of the menu itself is different. And it’s a pity that S5 Pro There is no Russian-language menu.
  2. Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro Live View
  3. Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro has the ability to view the number of shots taken by the camera for its entire lifetime through the camera menu. At Nikon D200 there is no such function, in order to see the number of frames captured by a camera in a lifetime, you need to use a special program and watch the frame counter in EXIF module of any photograph taken with Nikon D200. To see the mileage S5 Pro, just go to the SETUP-> Maintenance-> Maintenance Counter menu where the camera mileage and the number of shutter replacements will be indicated.
  4. The cameras are different frame buffer. About this is separately written below.
  5. Different maximum shooting speed (5 fps for Nikon D200, versus 3 fps for S5 Pro)
  6. There is a different ISO limit (3200 S5 Pro vs 1600 D200), although the Nikon D200 also reaches ISO 3200 in Hi1 mode.
  7. Different image quality.
  8. The S5 Pro has an image processing menu. The D200 is sorely lacking a post-processing menu.
  9. There is no Basic compression mode for JPEG.

Important about batteries:

  • Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro battery can be used with cameras without problems Nikon D100, D70, D70s, D50. Camera data use battery Nikon EN-EL3which does not have a chip.
  • Accumulators Nikon EN-EL3e и Nikon EN-EL3 Cannot be used in Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro. That is, batteries from Nikon D200, D300, D300s, D700, D80, D90 (Nikon EN-EL3e) and Nikon D100, D70, D70s, D50 (Nikon EN-EL3) are not suitable for use with Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro.
  • The NP-150 rechargeable battery cannot be used with D200 cameras D300, D300s, D700, D80, D90. Although outwardly these batteries are identical.
Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with Nikon ED AF Nikkor 80-200mm 1: 2.8D (MKII) lens

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with lens Nikon ED AF Nikkor 80-200mm 1: 2.8D (MKII)

The most important

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro can use film simulation modes. In fact, it always shoots with certain settings for film simulation.

There are 6 simulation modes (Film Sumulation) available in the camera menu:

  1. STD is a standard mode suitable for a very wide variety of scenes, including portrait and landscape photography. Unlike all other simulation modes, it allows you to adjust not only the color (Color), contrast (Tone) and sharpness (Sharpness), but also the dynamic range (D-Range).
  2. F1 is a film simulation mode specially designed for studio portraits. Simulates working with professional negatives. Suppresses glare and flares from studio flashes in the maximum brightness zone.
  3. F1a is the same mode as F1, but with slightly raised chroma.
  4. F1b - conveys skin tone (facial skin tone) with smooth transitions. Also, this mode captures vivid natural colors and is great for outdoor portraits.
  5. F1c is the same mode as F1, but sharpened.
  6. F2 is a high saturation mode similar to FUJI-CHROME slides. Great for landscapes or architecture.

Additionally, in almost every mode F1, F1a, F1b, F1c, F2, you can adjust the color, contrast and sharpness, but only in a certain range of values.

I am very pleased that the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro pays a lot of attention to portraiture and skin tone. Perhaps, every camera should have such functions.

Live View (live view) in the camera is present, but has a number of features:

  1. In Live View mode, the images themselves slow down when sighted, like video recording on older phones. It seems that the frequency of image display in Live View is about 10-15 frames per second.
  2. In Live View, two methods are available: black and white and color.
  3. Live View does not support auto focus. In general, in order to focus through Live View on a number of non-motorized lenses, you need to switch the camera to manual focusing “M”, and on lenses with a motor, switch to M or (M / A) mode.
  4. Live View only turns on for 30 seconds. When Live View is on, you see a timer that counts down from 30 seconds to one second, after which Live View automatically turns off. For thoughtful focusing personally, 30 seconds may not be enough for me.
  5. When Live View is on, the PC link indicator blinks. Typically this indicator on the Nikon D200 shows the actual computer-to-camera relationship.
  6. And the most annoying thing about Live View is that when you press the shutter button, the camera does not take a picture. You must first manually turn off Live View, or wait for it to turn off automatically after 30 seconds, and only then take a picture. When you focus with your left hand using the focus ring on the lens, and then move your hand to the Live View shutdown button, in order to take a picture, focusing gets lost, it's very unnerving.

Important: mode Live view It turns on very quickly with just one button. To turn it on, just hold the bottom button for a couple of seconds in the vertical row of buttons to the left of the display (button with a magnifying glass and a man).

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.8G SWM Aspherical

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with lens Nikon AF-S Nikkor 50mm 1: 1.8G SWM Aspherical

My personal opinion is that the Live View limitation of 30 seconds is an imprint of the mechanics and electronics of the shutter from the D200, which 30 seconds is simply the longest manually set excerpt... The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro most likely had to adjust to the mechanics and part of the electronics of the Nikon D200 itself. As a result, the Live View function is very poorly implemented and rather difficult to use. But for manual optics it is undoubtedly a godsend.

The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro camera is very easy to operate. Ergonomics are great, after you shoot with the D200 and then take the S5 Pro in your hands - you don't feel any difference, except in the image quality and at a slightly slower speed during continuous shooting.

The camera accepted from its parent all the basic properties:

What is special about the S5 Pro?

The main feature of the S5 Pro camera is very high dynamic range and a colorful picture (this is my only review where I mention the phrase “colorful picture”). Especially in the fall of 2006 when the S5 Pro was introduced. DD (dynamic range) is 200 stops higher than the Nikon D2. DD at S5 Pro even now, in 2015, at low ISO more than the flagship Nikon D4 (S5 Pro: 13,5 EV vs D4: 13,1 EV) These are the pies. Actually, after comfortable ergonomics, the DD is one of the S5 Pro's greatest strengths.

Compartment for batteries and memory cards S5 Pro

Compartment for batteries and memory cards S5 Pro

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro uses Fujifilm SuperCCD SR II (second generation Fujifilm SuperCCD SR), which includes two types of pixels (diodes): 6.17MP S pixels and 6.17MP R pixels. In addition, these pixels have a specific orientation and position on the sensor. Different pixels have different sensitivity to light and allow you to work well in shadows and highlights, thus achieving a large dynamic range. The principle of SuperCCD SR (first generation) can be viewed here.

In fact, 12.1 (12.3) megapixels in JPEG mode can be 'bloated' interpolation. But still I am of the opinion that the S5 Pro still has 12 MP, albeit with some reservations.

S5 PRO with Industar-50-2 3,5 / 50 lens

S5 PRO with lens Industar-50-2 3,5 / 50

Speed ​​and frame buffer

S5 PRO, unlike Nikon D200, can shoot at a maximum speed of 3 frames per second.

Attention: to get camera speed 3 fps, be sure to use STD Film Simulation and be sure to turn D-Range to 100% (STD). In this mode, only S-pixels of the matrix will work, and RAW files will weigh only 12 MB. And only in this mode the Seutp-> Shooting-> Shooting Speed: 2 fps function works correctly, which sets the shooting speed in CL mode.

Important: in all other film simulation modes, or in STD mode, but with a D-range of 130% or higher, the maximum burst speed will be 1.5 frames per second.

Frame buffer:

  • 19 frames in RAW format at a speed of 3 fps (very, very good, more than Nikon D750!)
  • 16 frames in RAW + JPEG or JPEG format with any quality settings at a speed of 3 fps
  • 9 frames in RAW format at a speed of 1.5 fps
  • 8 frames in RAW + JPEG or JPEG format with any quality settings at a speed of 1.5 fps

UPDATE: critical... The 'SETUP-> DISPLAY-> IMAGE DISPLAY-> OFF' function adds 1 frame RAW or JPEG with extended D-Range to the buffer.

Please note that changing the size of the recorded JPEG file (L, M, S) or its quality (Fine, Norm), as well as changing the settings of the noise reduction function does not affect the number of frames in the buffer. After the buffer is full, the camera stops shooting and waits for data to be written to the memory card.... During this time, you cannot view the footage or adjust the menu. The next frame can be taken immediately after recording at least one file from the frame buffer to the memory card.

It's important... If the 'SETUP-> DISPLAY-> IMAGE DISPLAY' function is set to 'CONTINUOS', or '4 SEC, or' 2 SEC ', then the camera very slowly writes the footage to the memory card... The recording speed does not depend on the memory card bandwidth. Even if you use the fastest CF memory card, the data writing speed will not change. Most likely, the problem is that after recording each frame, the camera spends time on re-reading and displaying it, which significantly increases the recording time of the remaining frames in the buffer queue. After the frame buffer is full, one picture is recorded for 2.5 secondseven if it is a small size 'S' JPEG with medium quality 'NORM'. The S1 Pro takes 5 shots in 33 minute.

Camera RAW files with D-range 130% and higher at ISO 100-1000 use 14-bit color depthare recorded without compression and weigh 25 MB each (!). The same Nikon D200 could only afford 12 bit color depth. Perhaps this is due to the low speed of the camera.

UPDATE: critical... When using ISO 1250 and above, the D-range automatically becomes 100%, and the shooting speed increases to 3 fps. In fact, extended D-range only works with ISO 100-1000.

Rumor has it that due to the fact that the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro shutter is taken from the Nikon D200, which is designed to work at a speed of 5 fps, shooting at a speed of 1.5 fps, the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro shutter lasts much longer than on Nikon D200.

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70mm 1: 3.3-4.5 (MKII) lens

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro with a lens Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70mm 1: 3.3-4.5 (MKII)

Sample photos on Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro

And more examples of photos from Alexey (http://www.photomlyn.com.ua/) obtained using lenses Nikon 85mm F / 1.8D, Nikon 50 / 1.8G и Tokina AT-X PRO SD 12-24 F4 (IF) DX II Aspherical.

And more sample photos from Lynx Tassi (http://lynx-tassi.livejournal.com/):

Many examples of photos with RAW source files can be found in the following reviews.

  1. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 12-24mm 1: 4G ED SWM IF Aspherical
  2. Tokina AT-X PRO SD 50-135 F2.8 DX N / AIS
  3. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 16-85mm 1: 3.5-5.6G ED VR SWM IF Aspherical
  4. Sigma EX 85mm 1: 1.4 DG HSM
  5. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 18-200mm 1: 3.5-5.6G ED SWM VR IF Aspherical
  6. Nikon AF Nikkor 28-85mm 1: 3.5-4.5 (MKII)
  7. SIGMA ZOOM 18-50mm 1: 2.8-4.5 DC OS HSM Optical Stabilizer
  8. Nikon N AF-S Nikkor 70-200mm 1: 4G ED SWM VR IF Nano Crystal Coat
  9. Samyang 8mm 1: 3.5 UMC FISH-EYE CS II Aspherical NI
  10. Nikon ED AF Nikkor 70-300mm 1: 4-5.6D
  11. Voigtlander APO-Lanthar 90mm F3.5 SL N / AI-S
  12. Nikon ED AF VR-Nikkor 80-400mm 1: 4.5-5.6D Vibration Reduction
  13. SIGMA ZOOM 18-50mm 1: 2.8-4.5 DC OS HSM Optical Stabilizer
  14. Nikon DX AF-S Nikkor 10-24mm 1: 3.5-4.5G ED SWM IF Aspherical
  15. Tokina AT-X PRO 80-200mm 1: 2.8
  16. Sigma 50-500mm 1: 4-6.3D HSM EX APO
  17. Nikon AF Nikkor 28mm 1: 2.8 (MKII)
  18. Quantaray AF LD 55-200mm 1: 4-5.6 Macro
  19. Nikon AF Nikkor 20mm 1: 2.8D
  20. YONGNUO 35mm 1: 2 (YN35mm F2N)
  21. Sigma 135mm 1: 1.8 DG A (ART)
  22. Another review of my camera can be found here.
  23. A small interesting video on the topic here

Personal experience:

The camera is excellent, even better than the Nikon D200 in some respects. After 3 years, after writing this review, I finally became the proud owner of "Propyatka". I got the camera for 400 euros in a complete set and with a mileage of about 20.000.

I was very surprised that with the maximum RAW quality, the camera's buffer holds only 9 frames, and even more surprised that in JPEG - only 8. Most likely, when shooting in JPEG, the camera still spends time on noise suppression and image processing with the specified settings. 1.5 fps speed and small buffer - serious disadvantages of the S5 Pro. Even my baby Nikon D40 squeezes out 2.5 fps. At high ISOs, the camera is not very strong.

In fact, the S5 Pro is a solid camera with a D200 body, Nikon fans may not feel the difference until they enter the menu. The menu, as for me, is not organized in the best way, it is divided into two sections, which are launched by different buttons. The S5 Pro has a nice display brightening feature so that you can view it in sunny weather when nothing is visible on the display.

The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro is my soul camera and has the nicest color I've ever shot. And I shot with almost all Nikon and Canon cameras and many others. The Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro can only compete in color reproduction pleasantness Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro.

Useful links

  1. Flashing, manuals, interesting brochures and more here.
  2. Original RAW Converter Fuji Hyper-Utility HS-V3 here.
  3. Hyper-Utility Basics here.
  4. Dpreview review here.

Prices for modern Fuji cameras in popular stores can look at this link.

Results

Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro - camera with excellent professional ergonomics (controls are exactly the same as those of Nikon D200), and good image quality, the strong point of which is very high dynamic range with nice color reproduction... A serious drawback of the camera is the low burst speed when using a wide dynamic range. The speed is only 1.5 fps. Also, the camera tends to quickly run out of battery power and not the best performance when working at high ISO. I find the Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro one of the best 'for the soul' cameras (another is Fujifilm FinePix S3 Pro). Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro - it's a legend.

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Comments: 638, on the topic: Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro review

  • Sergey

    Photos from tamron 35-150

    • Sergey

      Immediately on-camera JEEPEG.

    • Valery

      Glasses on m42 thread from the zenith how they behave on this unit.
      1. infinity focus
      2. and in general, how is a picture painted no overexposure?
      3. Is there any adjustment for lenses?
      I VERY LIKE Fujik's CCD matrix, there is a set of lenses from the zenith, it’s very interesting whether they stand up without alterations to the camera, with Nikon, the problem is focus.

      • Sergey

        M42 behaves the same as on nikon, NO INFINITY. Regarding overexposure, then there is stock. Adjustment NO. The color YES is just immediately visible when you watch a video from photos taken on different cameras. As for the color, there is a profile under the Nikon camera called Fuji S5Pro, I put it in Pictur Control and now the D610 seems to be adjusting the skin color to normal, but it's still not Fuj.

  • Sergey

    And one more from the same glass.

    • Sergey

      AWB Minimum processing, only light and shadow floor steps.

  • Vladimir

    Good day to all!
    Such a question, I bought an 8 GB CF memory card from my hands. The PC sees the card the camera does not see. I understand that the card was formatted by "cut" and some kind of root information was removed from the flash drive. How to restore that the camera could see it, thanks.

    • Vladimir

      formatted by the camera everything works

      • BB

        This is one of the first recommendations in the instructions for the camera.

        • Valery

          Glasses on m42 thread from the zenith how they behave on this unit.
          1. infinity focus
          2. and in general, how is a picture painted no overexposure?
          3. Is there any adjustment for lenses?
          I VERY LIKE Fujik's CCD matrix, there is a set of lenses from the zenith, it’s very interesting whether they stand up without alterations to the camera, with Nikon, the problem is focus.

  • Valery

    Glasses on m42 thread from the zenith how they behave on this unit.
    1. infinity focus
    2. and in general, how is a picture painted no overexposure?
    3. Is there any adjustment for lenses?
    I VERY LIKE Fujik's CCD matrix, there is a set of lenses from the zenith, it’s very interesting whether they stand up without alterations to the camera, with Nikon, the problem is focus.

    • Ivan

      They will rise through the adapter, but without the possibility of focusing on infinity. Perhaps if for the soul there is no other optics then look at the pentax (Pentax K-30 for example) everything is there with infinity without alteration of the Soviet ortic. With manual optics with a bang and there is a stabilizer in the carcass.

  • Vladimir

    Good day! Who can tell where you can buy a battery for this camera in Kiev?

  • Oleg Boyko

    Arkady, good afternoon! What happened to the RAF links you give in the sample photos. They are all "broken" ...

    • Ivan

      What kind of RAF are you talking about? If you are talking about files, then this is RAW, from the English word raw - raw, raw.

      • Arkady Shapoval

        We are about Fuji RAF

        • Ivan

          Well, yes, and about Nikon NEW.

          • Arkady Shapoval

            Actually NEF, from nikon electronic format, the same is about RAF :)

            • Ivan

              Then, I'll flatter you a little and say that RAF is the Radojuva Format.

              • B. R. P.

                Noble curtsy)

              • Denis

                no, it's just that “Radojuva Format” is an outdated revision, manufacturers are already abandoning it in favor of Radojuva Advanced Format, which is exactly the RAF

              • Ivan

                Denis, thanks for the clarification.

  • kolodiazniy

    You freaks!

  • kolodiazniy

    Arkady, link where “S5 tears the D800 like a tuzik for a heating pad” - broken (((

  • kolodiazniy

    Arkady, ay!

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Fixed
      This review is 8 years old. During this time, the linked site has ceased to exist.

      • kolodiazniy

        Well then you please
        delete all my unnecessary messages.
        And about cranks too)
        Excuse me for messing up here.

  • Novel

    Tried to find Fujifilm FinePix IS Pro - failed. It would be interesting.

  • Alexander

    Did I understand you correctly that having a D7000 on hand does not make sense to buy s5 pro? I'm just planning to go full frame, there is a good S5 on sale and I have my eyes on it. Does such a purchase make sense? Repeating the previously asked question of another user (to which there was no answer) I did not quite understand, on the carcass screen the frame counter shows a number: 807oo -? That means 80 frames, right?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      c5 pro - a camera for the soul and creativity. For something larger, d7000 is much better.
      Yes, that's 80.700.

  • Vladislav

    hmm ... The point is that photographers rarely use the full potential of their cameras. And the dynamic range of the same 550d (well, I'm a kenonist, though not religious) With understanding and skill, it can amaze. Just try to figure out what you already have - be surprised!)))

  • Alexander

    Does it have auto iso function?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Yes there is

  • Alexander

    Where to find? I have not found.

    • Pokemon

      It's better not to look for Auto-ISO on older cameras.
      Not because you won't find it, but because it makes no sense in most cases.
      The heel tells (p. 72 instructions) when the photo will be underexposed or overexposed.
      In 2020, it is better to shoot in DD400% mode right away (and forget about the other forever).
      The nuance is that when ISO800 is used for shooting roughly - half a matrix, only S-pixels.
      And already at ISO320-400 the color starts to be lost. This is neither good nor bad, this is a feature.
      It is better to shoot on so-called “color” cameras (Kodak DCS SLR / n, Canon 1Ds mk2-mk3, Sigma on Foveon, Fuji S3Pro, Fuji S5Pro sensors) at low ISO and adjust it yourself.
      For example, on the SD-1 Merrill and SD-Quattro on the foveon, everything is quite simple - there is a basic ISO100 and all the others, which are essentially undesirable, because the color on ISO200 is already degrading to semitones.

  • Dmytro

    maybe someone is interested, I sell my heap: https://www.olx.ua/obyavlenie/fotoapparat-fujifilm-s5-pro-body-IDJcDhX.html

  • Vladimir

    Good afternoon, Arkady! I tried the DSTE NP-150 battery with Nikon D70s. Everything works. You have an article about battery compatibility that says “The NP-150 battery cannot be used with Nikon D70s cameras”. Please comment.

    • B. R. P.

      The topic was wrong.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Fixed. Older cameras do not read the chip.

  • kotofei

    Clarify plz: who is what and how shows her RAF`s? I think the answer to this question will dot everything =)
    For it seems to me that not everyone is ready to keep a virtual machine with win98 for the sake of a native converter :)

    • Pokemon

      Hyper-Utility Software HS-V3 Version 1.1b
      The program works fine on Windows 8.1 x64 and fine on 10 Enterprise LTSC x64.
      No emulation required.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      hyper utility works on both wines7 and wines10, you can also develop Lightroom, it understands its rules well

      • Pokemon

        Arkady, on Lightroom - I'm on photo_ru (with a different nickname) in the Fuji S3Pro thread, and there were discussions about RAF development with S3Pro / S5Pro. So the old-timers assured that lightroom gives a different color than the native developer (and there were even examples).
        If possible, it is better to use a native developer and distill RAF into a 16-bit TIFF, which you can edit further in another program (or better not edit).

        • Arkady Shapoval

          it goes without saying that third parties give a different color. If you do not edit further, then there is no point in TIFE, JPEG is enough.

  • Paul

    we hit 111 sell. shot 42700 objective 18-105 zap. dear battery. post office khmeros77@gmail.com

    • Alexander

      What do you sell, s5 with this lens or just the Lens ??)

      • Alexander

        I understood it myself)), because the shot is indicated))

  • Alexander

    In general, now I am struggling with the choice between this S5 and Pervopyatak .... so I realized that there is a gain in color, a loss in serial shooting ... and how would that be?) ...
    Yes, the cameras are different, but both are legends ... both for a thoughtful photo, I understand ...
    But the opinion is interesting who worked and can compare both cameras at least to a glance)

    • Victor

      Different devices, at least the size of the sensor))
      The color of both is good, the impregnation has a noticeably higher DD, the penny has a better picture in general and the working ISO.

      Well, the lenses are different, think about that too.

    • Pokemon

      They are both not very expensive, but finding in good condition with little real mileage is hard.

  • Terje Larsen

    Har fått tak i ett S5 Pro, men menyen er på Japansk, hvordan får jeg gjort den til norsk

  • Max

    Hello,
    Selling Fujifilm FinePix S5 Pro. Mileage is about 23 thousand. Good condition.
    The reason for the sale is that I have two such cameras. Maybe I'll leave one, maybe not. There is something to shoot).
    Includes two batteries. I can also sell it with a Nikon D200 batblock.
    All success

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