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Fuji Finepix S602Z Digital Camera (this image is from Fuji's website, mine looks just like this one, I will take a pic of it if anyone is seriously interested)

Camera is in reall good shape and works perfect, was a really nice camera but now I have a Canon 10D so I don't need it. Uses 4 AA batteries (I will include 2 sets of rechargeable NiMh batteries, 8 total). Saves to smartmedia or compactflash cards. I will include USB card reader for smartmedia cards + (1) 128mb smartmedia card! said:
High Points

* 3.1-megapixel Super CCD, interpolates for images as large as 2,832 x 2,128 pixels, with Pixel Data Coupling Technology.
* 0.44-inch electronic optical viewfinder with increased 180K(!) pixel resolution and dioptric adjustment, plus 1.8-inch color LCD monitor.
* 6x Super-EBC Fujinon 35-210mm zoom lens, with f/2.8 maximum aperture.
* Macro shooting includes normal macro and "Super-Macro" option that focuses down to 1 cm.
* Hybrid passive-IR and CCD-based contrast-detect focusing for improved focus speed and low light performance.
* Adjustable ISO setting with 160, 200, 400, 800, and 1,600 equivalents. (800 and 1,600 only available at 1.0 megapixel resolution.)
* Pixel Data Coupling technology trades resolution for improved image noise at ISO 800 & 1,600.
* Up to 4.4x digital telephoto.
* Auto and manual focus options, with adjustable AF area.
* Shutter speeds from 1/10,000 to 15 seconds.
* Built-in, pop-up flash with five operating modes.
* External flash hot shoe.
* Nine user-selectable white balance settings, including a manual adjustment. (Improved white balance performance for household incandescent lighting.)
* Movie with sound and Voice recording modes.
* Super CCD-based "Pixel-Mixing Technology" allows 30 frame/second movie recording at full VGA (640x480 resolution)!
* Program AE, Auto, Scene Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, and Manual exposure modes.
* Three Continuous Shooting modes, plus Auto Exposure Bracketing and a Multi-Exposure mode.
* Three image quality recording modes in JPEG format, and an uncompressed TIFF option.
* Dual media slots support SmartMedia (16MB card included) or CompactFlash Type II, including IBM Microdrive memory cards.
* NTSC video cable included.
* Power via four AA-type batteries or optional AC adapter (four AA alkaline batteries included).
* USB cable and interface software for connecting to a computer.
* DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Compatibility.
Here is Fuji's Page for the camera:

And a review from

$330 obo or trade for Spoon spark plug wires, a nice aluminum radiator for EG (Koyo, C&R, etc.), pair of 205/50/15 BFG drag radials, I don't know make me an offer...

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