Conclusion: This is a good not great 6.3-megapixel digicam. Although it has a lot going for it, it really didn’t ring the bell for me. There were issues with sharpness, some focusing problems and the camera labored saving big files.
Conclusion: Pretty much everything we said about the F30 applies equally to the F31fd (in fact you'll notice that sections of the conclusion below are lifted straight from that review); this is a very minor upgrade indeed, which is good news and bad news.
Pros: Excellent resolution and sharpness, Class-leading high ISO performance; superb results up to ISO 400, Surprisingly good ISO 800 performance, Very low shutter lag, Class-leading battery life, Clean, sharp results, Improved handling of bright outdoor scenes (over F30) and slightly more subtle proce...
Cons: Still some occasional mild exposure and highlight clipping in bright conditions (better than F30 though), Purple fringing, Noisy focus, macro focus can be very slow (low light focus also slower), High speed AF works well but comes at a cost; you can't focus as close without switching to macro mod...
Summary: Don't fall for the megapixels arms race: 6.3MP is fine for even sizable enlargements and you gain far more in usable high-sensitivity shooting than you'll ever lose in raw resolution. This is a fantastic second camera for evening and snap shooting.
Conclusion: I'm a big fan of the Fuji Finepix F31fd. If you are looking for a digital camera with a bit of style that takes a good photo then this one is worth a close look. It has one or two extra features that come in handy, especially in lowlight.
Pros: Picture sharpness, Lowlight photography, Extra features, Battery life
Conclusion: Für die Fujifilm F31fd spricht wie für die F30 die sehr gute Bildqualität, die weit über dem liegt, was in dieser Kameraklasse üblich ist. Den Test absolvierten beide Fujifilm-Minis ohne Schwächen, und der Preis der F31fd von 250 Euro ist fair.
Pros: Sehr gute Bildqualität, Schnell, Einfache Bedienung, Gutes Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
Conclusion: Successeur du F30, le F31fd reprend le capteur qui fait la renommée de Fujifilm. La qualité des images est au rendez-vous, mais il lui manque quelques fonctionnalités généralisées chez ses concurrents.