Excerpt: I received this camera after it was previously owned for about four years. I figures that an old digital camera is better then no digital camera. Its measured about 3in width x 10in length x 7in height, so it is very bulky by today’s standards. I have a hard …
Summary: This camera was my dads first and only digital camera. He bought one when they first came out and had good luck with it until he dropped it just before christmas, He has dementia but still can take good pictures with that camera.
Summary: This camera was a replacement for one that was damaged. It takes very good pics and in its basic mode is an east point and shoot camera. The menu is bulky and somewhat difficult to use. The camera that was damaged worked without flaws. The replacement camera has something wrong with the electronics.
The most reliable digital camera I have ever used!
20 May 2010
Summary: My family uses this camera for family pictures, and for a while we used it for our business to take close-up item pictures. We have had this camera for around 7 years now, and it has always pulled through.
Summary: The product did recieve power, but after buying a XD card not an SD card, we found it did not work. If it had worked it would have been a perfect for our child who wanted his first camera. The person we purchased from was excellent though.
Summary: I HAVE HAD THIS CAMERA FOR 4 YEARS. MY FIRST EXPERIENCE WITH DIGITAL. THE PICTURES ARE BEAUTIFUL. I DID A FIRMWARE UPDATE SO I COULD USE 512 CARDS (THAT'S THE LIMIT) THAT'S OVER 500 PICTURES. I RECENTLY BOUGHT A NIKON COOLPIX TO GET UPDATED, HOWEVER I WAS DISAPPOINTED AND NOTHING TURNED OUT GOOD.
Summary: That plastic toggle switch on the back, which controls the zoom, flash and programming functions is the Fuji A340's Achille's heel. Mine lost its ability to zoom up or down, thus robbing my camera of its functionality.