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need help!

hi all
i currently own a fuji s3000
its time to update cuz my wife and 3 year old son
dropped it on the sidewalk on his first day @ school
this is my second fuji camera. and iv been pleased and would like to stick with this brand is there any unit you all would recommend

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Fujifilm Cameras

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thanx for the response

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thank you so much !
i dont mean to be a bother, but is there another model up from that? or should i stick with it. and i didnt see a price on that link? we take alot of pics so it will get its use so if you dont mind any responce is greatly appreciated

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Fujifilm "S" series

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There is one model above the S5200.

The S9000:

It has 9 megapixels, a wider angle lens (28mm), brighter flash, twist & turn LCD, and a hotshoe.


Both cameras use the new 5th generation Fujifilm low noise sensors, which allows ISO settings as high as 1600. This permits better performance in low light.

And they both have the very useful shutter priority, aperture priority, and manual modes.


Some current store prices are shown in yellow near the top of each column.

You can see an in-depth review of the S9000, by clicking on the green link at the top of the S9000 column.


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