Fujifilm S5 Pro review


With four portrait-orientated colour modes Fujifilm is clearly targeting the wedding and social photographer, and the S5 Pro’s extended dynamic range will certainly help tackle the common ‘black suit/white dress’ exposure nightmare. But is the S5 Pro fast enough? Any delay in shooting is unwelcome and after a while having to wait for the buffer to clear before you can review the image and check that eyes are open etc, is not only time consuming, but also a little embarrassing.
Accept that and the Fujifilm S5 Pro is an otherwise fine camera, with its low noise levels and extended dynamic range producing smooth, clean images with the minimum of fuss, even if we're not convinced that they’re ‘true’ 12 million pixel ones…

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Design 18/20
Image Quality 18/20
Performance 16/20
Value 17/20
Features 19/20
Overall Score 88%