Excerpt: Introduction Fujifilm is a name that has been in the front rank of camera manufacturers for an awful long time, and unlike certain of their competitors the company made the transition to digital relatively painlessly.
Pros: Doesn't look too bad, quite good colour, reasonable zoom, nice lens cover
Cons: Dodgy exposure, rather uncomfortable handling, ISO fixed at 100, feeble flash, awful movie mode
Excerpt: I bought the FujiFilm Camera for 80 pounds (new). At first i got only 64mb memory in it that saved only 25 photos therefore to spend 20 pound more to buy large memory (expensive). Advantage: 1. can be connected to PC to save photos in folders. 2. Light weight, 3. easy to carry, 4.
Pros: nice sleek, metal look, automatic lense adjustment
Cons: need to buy memory card to shoot more photos, do not organises the space where photos are deleted from memory card
Excerpt: -INTRODUCTION- This has was my first digital camera so it had to be simple and easy to use. And not big and professional looking. I have been on the whole happy with it but over time the 'novelty' has worn off. I bought the camera for private use on holidays and whilst eventing.
Pros: Grips, Easy to hold, Range of good programme which come with it and lack of mega - pixels
Excerpt: I have been very impressed with this camera. It combines sleek good looks (which belie its cost) with a robust practicality. I have taken this camera on beach holidays, hiking and diving expeditions and despite being dropped, stood on and splashed with water it has never missed a beat The 2 million...
Pros: Simple to master . Good quality pictures . Easy to download . Great look
Cons: Requires af fairly steady hand when taking still life pictures
Excerpt: My partner had this camera bought for him for his birthday last year. Although not the most common of models from Fujifilm, it is a very nifty little camera! £150.00 appears to be the roundabout price that could expect to pay for this model.. Have a look at www.savastore.com.
Excerpt: This was my first digital camera, and I thought I had better pay a little bit more to get a really nice camera that would last me a while and not become obsolete within weeks, which proved to be a good idea.
Pros: good price, good picture quality, good range fo features
Cons: no free case, red eye prevention not very effective
Excerpt: Unlike babies, the Finepix A203 does not need much attention. Specifications: 2 million pixels, has 3 x optical zoom, 2.5 x digital zoom, mpeg movie and macro 10-80cm. Shoot 25 to 122 frames per xD-Picture Card, quality settings from 2M.F, 2M.N, 1M to 0.3M.
Pros: Lightweight, easy to use, optical and digital zoom
Excerpt: I bought this camera from PhotoMatters for £184 with 64MB XD Card included (instead of the standard 16MB). Unfortunately their Website is now down (they got stung by some fraudsters apparently). The 64MB Card can store 150 2M Pictures.
Pros: Easy to use, good quality pics, USB PC Connection, XD Cards, Good Battery Life
Excerpt: I bought my Fujifilm FinePix A203 Digital camera in Boots for £169.99 about 8 weeks ago when my previous Digital camera decided to stop working. I am very pleased with my new camera as it is far easier to use than my last one which admittedly was a cheap one (£50.00 on sale, Boots own brand) just...
Excerpt: Clean sleek lines mark this 2.0 megapixel model out as a exceptional mid-range model. The 3X optical zoom lens delivers results that are sharp and lifelike whilst the programmed auto exposure mode makes great photos a cinch.