An -- -- Goldman senior editor with CNET and this a look at the Fuji film fine pix S 45 country.
Which is that camera makers budget friendly thirty X zoom point and shoot.
Fuji film also makes an S 4400. S 4300 and S 4200.
Which are all basically the same as the S 4500. But with different lenses.
The common features include -- fourteen megapixel CCD sensor and electronic viewfinder and fixed a three inch LCD.
-- salmon problem and shooting modes and double A batteries for power.
Now while it may look a bit like in SLR its photos -- shooting performance and that of a lower endpoint issues.
Which is really what it is.
Basically that means it performs well with a lot of light and still subjects.
For those on a budget though who simply must have a long zoom lens it's one of the better options available.
I'm Josh Goldman and that's -- Fuji film past -- I've gone.
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