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April 19, 2013
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iv got the chance to buy one of these (S3 PRO) for a very reasonable price .

its an older dslr camera would these be an improvement over my fujifilm hs10 , and in what way .

its a great looking camera with 2 lenses a flash and some macro filter/lense so im very interested , cant find any youtube vids about them
anyone any advice on these?

oh yeah do they shoot video (hd)

April 19, 2013
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ah might of spotted one problem , it does not state compatabilty with window 7.

April 19, 2013
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Probably more than you want to read, but a good review:
http://www.dpreview.com/review…..ifilms3pro

Seems as if they are asking about $400 for it.
As far as I know, cameras don’t have to be compatible with your operating system.

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April 19, 2013
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hi
thanks madrake and wow that is an indepth review , i like the looks of the camera now , most of the info went over my head but got to learn somehow so might buy to try it outand practice .
it does not mention video nor does it seem to have any function buttons for it , but i could keep the hs10 as well for that (good excuse to have 2 cameras i think )

well out of my league but worth a try can only learn more .

not certain of £ ~ $ rates at the monent but ive it been offered this camera 2nd hand for a lot less than the $400 so bonus .

thanks .

May 12, 2013
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ended up with s5 pro , lenses are not so good and tripods terrible but itll do for now .

really impressed with body though s5 pro is an excellent camera , i think dslrs are easier to 

function the my hs10 .

 

next im thinking d90 , but next year now .

 

heres some pics if you interested 

 

http://www.use.com/0ec208da9be…..=1#photo=1

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Good luck with the new camera.  Can’t wait to see what it can do.

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