Summary: I bought 3 of these cameras for our county rescue squad because I have used the Fuji Finepix 1400 for years. The camera gives a much better picture that you would expect from a 1.3 Megapixel camera and is very dependable and easy to use. The 3x optical zoom is great and you get great close up pictures with the Macro setting. Draw backs, The battery door clips break fairly easy if forced and the sliding lens cover tends to get loose. All in all its a great camera.
Summary: Well I've owned this camera for nearly a year and I've always been extremely impressed with it. I bought it for £260 at the time, and I've watched as its price has fallen to around £130. Oh well! Anyway, as a first-time digital camera , it produces very nice pictures, especially in daylight, and for general use, who needs high mega-pixel images when these look so good! I've had images printed using an online printing company, and the results are as good as 35mm film.
Summary: This is my third digital camera after dropping my first "box brownie" Agfa ePhoto 307 and then dunking my Fuji DX10 in Poole harbour! Compared to the first two cameras this is a significant improvement. If you have ever tried to download photos from a digital camera to a PC via a serial cable then you will REALLY appreciate the convenience of USB! For example, with a 4MB card my Fuji DX10 would literally take an hour to download the photos!
Summary: I must admit to being a sucker for a gadget, any gadget, no matter how useless, tacky or seedy. However, having splashed out a small fortune, ( @ £2300 ), on a Hewlett Packard Pavilion 900MHz PC, I thought, 'What the Heck', MUST have a digital camera to go along with all the kit. So, off I toddles to various PC outlets, foto shops etc, doing the rounds.
Summary: I was looking for a digital camera at the £300 mark, and had a number of criteria - USB connection - Optical Zoom lens - Lens cover - 1.3 Mpixel The FinePix1400 met all these criteria. It has a 3x optical zoom, a clear LCD and excellent build. Because it takes 4 AA batteries it is a little heavy, but this gives it a reassuringly solid feel. By looking at other digital cameras I was aware that battery usage could be a problem, but I didn't realise quite how poor.
Summary: When I changed my PC recently one of the free add on's that came with the pc was a FUJI 1400 FINEPIX CAMERA, up until then, although I had seen these digatal camers about I had'nt really paid much attention to them, BUT NOW I AM TOTALY CONVERTED. The camera came supplied with a 4mb smart media card which is capable of holding about 18 pictures on fine resolution, 48 pictures on normal & over 80 pictures on low reolution.