I may have missed some info while surfing the site, but can't seem to find much about filters suitable for the S7000.
Are there any?
I've read that you can get special converter 'lenses' but don't know much about them either.
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Re: S7000 Filters
I think most any filter is compatible. Definately you will want a polarizer and possibly a UV for general lens protection. A Gray Grad would be nice I hear.
Just make sure to take into consideration any accessory lenses you might be going to purchase before commiting to a specific thread size as you can get step down rings to adapt down but not as good to go up. And you will need an adapter to use screw mount filters.
Or look into a Lee filter kit or Cokin kit that would be more adaptable to different lens. usually the guys at a local Jessops can give you some good advice.
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2 things - you could do 1 or both, depending on the photographic situation: 1) If you can choose manual focusing, select manual focussing & prefocus on subject. This eliminates the need to refocus. I do this lots with the S9500 model. 2) If you can shoot in manual mode, use auto exposure to see what shutter speed & aperture the camera selects when the camera is pointed at the ground (or other suitably lit spot). Change to manual exposure & set the aperture & shutter speed indicated by the camera in AUTO mode.
Once you do either or both of these you will get instantaneous shutter release.
Practise on unimportant subjects first and see how you go.
Don't recall where I found the info that it works as a replacement, but I've been using it successfully since July 2007. Don't know yet if I'll experience the same "memory" problem I had with the original battery.
I think I Had that problem too. mine also quite suddenly started showing low battery even on new ones...
it seemed better with non-rechargeable types.
Now the reason I'm on this site is as the lens doesn't open.
If it is 'relatively' new then the best place is the place you bought from- under UK legislation they are responsible to repair or replace.
If you are not in the UK then look up the Fuji website for your country- technical help.
there is possibility they will direct you to a suitable place.