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    Fuji S602 Zoom Digital Camera Review
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: May 5th, 2003
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: If you're looking for a camera that is powerful and has a plethora of features, but doesn't break the bank, look no further; The S602 Zoom is your answer. How was the quality and did it meet our expectations? Read on to find out in our official review....

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    The S602 Zoom digital camera has a stylish, professional design to it. Most of the camera is black, and the back of the camera is a nice silvery color. The grip on the camera is extremely comfortable and deep, and makes it feel great in almost anyone's hand.

    Around the shutter release button, you'll find the Off/Preview/Picture modes, which are self-explanatory. Near that, you'll find the Flash button, and the exposure button, as well as well as the continuous shooting mode button. These buttons are well placed, since many people (like me) will use them often.

    There are two dials on the camera; one is the Mode Dial, which lets you select different modes for taking pictures. You can select from Manual, Aperture-priority Auto, Shutter-priority Auto, Programmed Auto, Auto, Scene Position, and Movie. While these modes are useful for the professional, most people should be fine with the Auto mode.

    The other dial is the Command Dial, which is for program shift settings.

    On the back of the S602 Zoom, you'll find a excellent 1.8" LCD display, as well as a EVF (Electronic Viewfinder). There's also a vast selection of buttons, but the most useful ones are the zoom (6x Optical, 4.4x Digital), Menu buttons, and the display buttons, which will let you choose between using the LCD or EVF.

    On the sides of the camera, you'll find the Macro button, for use while doing close-up photography, the Focus selector switch (auto or manual), the Info button, the DC-in port, and finally, the Shift button. By holding down the Shift button, you'll gain access to some advanced menus, where you can set options such as ISO and white balance. On the other side of the camera, you'll find the memory slots. This camera accepts SmartMedia, Compact Flash, and IBM's Microdrive. Quite a big selection, isn't it?

    On the bottom of the camera, you'll find the battery compartment. This camera uses 4 AA batteries, or you can buy the optional rechargeable battery pack, which, in my opinion, is definitely worth the investment.

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