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DCViews Kodak P880 and Fuji S9000 comparison
Mark Peters : March 7th 2006 - 21:42 CET
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DCviewsDCViews Kodak P880 and Fuji S9000 comparison : The Dutch portal web site DCViews has published a 2-in-1 review, a side-by-side review of two comparable digital cameras. The Kodak EasyShare P880 and the Fujifilm FinePix S9000 make their appearance in a one-to-one digital camera comparison. Both digital cameras are packed with attractive features and provide 8 and 9 Megapixel resolution. The Kodak P880 offers a wider angle (24mm), but the Fujifilm S9000 provides more tele (300mm). Both digital cameras are more or less hybrid models, looking like a digital SLR, but without interchangeable lenses. It is interesting to learn about the differences between two competitors and DCViews has put them together in a comparison table.
DCViews Kodak P880 and Fuji S9000 comparisonKodak P880 - 8 Megapixel camera
The innovative Kodak EasyShare P880 digital camera brings in-demand Kodak technologies and features to serious photographers, setting a new price-to-performance benchmark. It provides more expansive picture-taking capability with a 24-140mm (35mm equiv.) wide-angle, f/2.8 - f/4.1, professional-quality Schneider-Kreuznach VARIOGON zoom lens. The 24mm wide angle setting is ideal for landscape photography, allowing a person to get closer to subjects, while contributing to greater sense of place by pulling in foreground objects with greater depth of field.

Fujifilm S9000 - Real Photo technology
The Fujifilm FinePix S9000 digital camera boasts 9.0 effective Megapixels, one of the highest resolutions of consumer cameras on the market. Fujifilm's Real Photo Technology is able to reduce the amount of graininess or noise in digital pictures. This noise is often apparent in high-resolution photos, particularly those shot at high ISO-equivalent sensitivities. With Real Photo Technology, the Fuji S9000 can take pictures at ISO 1600, at full resolution. Other benefits of Real Photo Technology include speed of operation (the Fujifilm FinePix 9000 has a high-speed start-up time of only 0.8 second with shutter lag down to 1/100 second) and longer battery life.

DCViews - Kodak EasyShare P880 and Fujifilm FinePix S9000 compared
According to DCViews: "The Kodak EasyShare P880 looks like a small SLR camera, but is a compact without interchangeable lenses. The camera is relatively small and has a square appearance. At first sight the Fuji FinePix S9000 (S9500 in Europe) isn't different from a digital mirror reflex camera. Design, material and construction are about the same as an entry-level DSLR. The Kodak P880 and the Fuji S9000 are in the same category compact SLR-like and have a similar price tag. But here the similarity stops. The P880 is a very capable digital camera, but it is still very much a compact in build, speed and performance. However because of the many manual features it is a fine camera for the more demanding hobby photographer. You want to learn more about both digital cameras? Continue to read the Kodak P880 and Fuji S9000 comparison at DCViews!

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