Fujifilm's 12.5-megapixel S5 Pro digital SLR combines the extended dynamic range capabilities of Fujifilm's Super CCD SR sensor with a solid body and functions closely related to the Nikon D200.
Increasing Quality Not Pixels
This is arguably what all DSLR manufacturers should now be concentrating on – maybe holding back on cramming ever increasing numbers of ever-smaller pixels into the same surface area, in order to pursue expanded dynamic range and improved sharpness and resolution instead. But is Fujifilm really taking us into a ‘brave new world’ of image-making with the S5 Pro? Or is the company simply trying to re-invent an already established wheel?