Fujifilm Klasse VS Fujifilm Klasse S: two premium compact point and shoot cameras
An epic battle between two premium and compact all stars: the Fujifilm Klasse and the Fujifilm Klasse S!
How much would you pay for a premium compact camera? $200? $500? $1000? Last year I bought not one, but two premium compact cameras, both made by the same manufacturer in the 21st century.
I am of course talking about the Fujifilm Klasse and the Fujifilm Klasse S. I shot two rolls of film side by side with these cameras to see if there was any difference in image quality. The biggest differences between the two cameras is actually the feature set. Which one is right for you?
I also talk about the rising prices of premium compact cameras and the BEST reason to choose a cheap point and shoot camera - expectations! Also listen to why it's always best to thoroughly research which camera you're buying.
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