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Deciding between a Fujifilm s8100fd and Fujifilm s2000hd

Does anyone have experience with either one? I'm just a hobby photographer and have been researching extensively on both of them and still can not decide which one I want to get.

They're both similarily priced at about $250. They both seem to have the same features and the only difference I can find is that the s2000hd has the HD still and movie capabilities. That is a nice feature but I just don't see myself using the movie feature very much...just would be nice to have that feature and be able to use it if the opporunity ever came up.

Any input and advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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