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Following the Fujifilm S3 Pro, which was popular among wedding photographers for its higher-than-usual dynamic range.

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11-point AF sensor enables very fast auto-focusing - marginal increase as compared to the S3 Pro

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LCD display houses 235,000 pixels - provides 100% frame coverage for minimal quality degradation

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Password-protected interface maximizes file safety - three customizable function levels available

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Live View function provides comprehensive check focusing in both monochrome and color

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SR sensor provides dramatic increase in dynamic range - ideal for wedding and landscape photographers

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Compatible with nearly all available Nikon lenses

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Moisture/dust-proof sealing minimizes risk elemental damage

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Rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery greatly improves on the 4xAA battery design seen in the S3 Pro and previous models

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Following the Fujifilm S3 Pro, which was popular among wedding photographers for its higher-than-usual dynamic range, the Fujifilm S5 Pro hit the shelves in 2007. Modelling the camera body after the Nikon D200, Fujifilm has replaced the plastic body of the S3 with a magnesium alloy body in the S5. They have, however, kept the proprietary Super CCD sensor which uses 2 input cells per pixel to offer a broader dynamic range that traditionally captured by digital SLR cameras. The S5 also introduces film simulation modes, allowing the user to select a "film" type, including Fujichrome.

Features:
  • 12 megapixel CCD sensor
  • Nikon F mount
  • Film simulation modes
  • ISO 100-3200
  • Extended dynamic range
  • Adobe rgb color support
  • Nikon-compatible hotshoe
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