Reviews and Problems with Fujifilm FinePix 2800 Zoom
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Early Basic model digital camera
2 September 2014
Summary: I have several cameras. Not crazy about the media card. Tiny screen (by todays standards) Heavy for it's size. Had a fuji 3800 and it was quite a bit lighter, easier to use and easier to set up. But this model seems to have better battery door terminals than the 3800 did.
big enough to not loose but small enough to carry all the time. great deal.
30 July 2014
Summary: had one like it and loved it. so when mine quit working after many trips and using almost daily for years, i thought to get new body and put my strap and card in this one. it is a beauty, like new , very happy. good deal.
Summary: i was in need of a camera urgently and that is why i bought this camera but unfortunately till date i could not use this camera because i was dissapointed on the fact that the camera was not functioning the lens rear view illumination was not showing and i could not make use it at all.
Summary: cool easy to use shoots well batteries are regular aa color and sunsets excellent best snapshot camera ever would rank as a bottom line pro camera, good for that i gotta have a camera at all times shooter not to hot on digital zoom optical length is the best focus flash works well good auto adjust...
Great camera with clear pictures, great value for money!
16 July 2011
Summary: I now have three of these. My husband is using one when he goes hunting...I don't have to worry if one gets ruined. I purchased the first one used 3 yrs ago and loved it, so I purchased a couple more. Took it on our canoe trip. It is a farely easy camera to get use to operate.
Summary: The camera is what I was looking for and the price was very good, saving me money and time. It also came with a card and usb cable, something that would cost me extra money if purchased seperate.
Summary: I got this to take when I didn't want to or was afraid to take my digital SLR,I ended up liking this one better for all around usage without having to change or carry lenses & having scene recognition to automatically adjust to different situations without having to rely on full auto to do the right...