Excerpt: This beast of a camera is no doubt beyond its time but has however lasted me since it was in its prime to now where it is no longer in the same league as its competition. Despite its bulky exterior and basic functions it has many qualities which means it is still possible after years of pictures for it to take quality photos which can be easily put onto a pc. It has 3 main options in which you can take pictures, record videos and view your pictures.
Summary: I bought this camera a few years ago. I wanted a basic digital model and was not concerned about a zoom. In fact I like non zoom lens. Last year I treated myself to a bridge digital, 9 mega pixels and all that and thought I would be consigning the Fuji to the shelf. No chance. Its portability and versatility still mean it is useful. I can just chuck it in my pocket. The 2 mega Pixel pictures print up fine as 6X4 prints, even with some cropping.
Excerpt: This is more of a "I like this camera" plug than an in depth review. I'm a complete techno-phobe and I've gone for the basic analysis of the camera rather than the bells and whistles technical information (as I'd struggle there!) I like something that is easy to use when you first pick it up without having to trawl through the manual for hours on end. This one is easy to use, just point and shoot! PROS: I LOVE this camera!!!
Excerpt: I'd been wanting a digital camera for about a year before i got one (A202) from my dad at the Christmas of 2003. I was fed up of buying throw away cameras (i'd lost my proper camera and refused to buy a new normal one) and wasting half of the pictures without realising due to not being able to see them (and delete if necessary) straight after taking them, having to wait for developing and also not being able to take a lot of pictures on a night out unless i took more...
Pros: Easy To Use, Uses AA Batteries * , Picture Quality Good For Price
Cons: Not Many Features On, Zoom Not Very Good, Better Quality Cameras Out Now For Same Price
Excerpt: The Fuji Finepix 202 is an entry level camera from Fuji (surprisingly enough), currently selling for around Â£100 typically. I bought mine since I wanted a relatively cheap but good quality digital camera, compatible with Apple iPhoto, and this came highly recommended by the man in the shop (Harry's Photo Digital - no idea if it was Harry himself who sold it :)) Unpacking the camera, you find it comes with all the usual extra bits and pieces you would expect - a set of...
Pros: Easy to use, compact . Cheap
Cons: The camera does have a zoom feature, of sorts . It's not a proper optical zoom, and doesn't work on the 2M resolution
Excerpt: This was my first digital camera and it was a great introduction to digital technology. It is simple to use, with clear menu's and you can literally point and shoot. It takes good quality photos. With the option of four different picture sizes this enables you to maximize the amount of photos you can fit on your memory card.
Excerpt: I decided to get a digital camera about a year and a half ago because I thought what's the point of having to go to a shop to get your pictures developed when you could just print them off your computer? I chose the Fujifilm A202 because it was relatively cheap (£120) and had a reasonably good quality (2megapixels). There are three 'modes' on this camera.
Excerpt: I looked around for a digital camera for a long time, and found many of a similar price, but, which were overall, of much less quality. This was the first digital camera I bought and had most of the features I wanted. It looks small, sleek and isn't bulky like some other cameras. The pictures are of a good quality and I even used some for a piece of work, obviously they arent the best quality compared to other more expensive cameras, but for the cost of the camera they...
Excerpt: In May last year my wife and I were going to Paris for week. This co-incided with a French Civil Service strike which meant we could not travel on the day we planned. Luckily, we were able to re-arrange our flights and go a day early. I find out about all this at work. So bye-bye work and I rush off home. Hurriedly pack and off to Edinburgh airport. Get to the airport and realise - arghhh...forgot my camera.