Excerpt: The Fujifilm finepix m603 6 mega pixels is one complete package for a guy whos new to the field of photography. I even did my university's photography assignments on it.. It had an 8MB card included... with the lowest quality set on the cam i can take about 45 pics on it and after i use my 1 GB card the number of pictures greatly increases. Along with the excellent picture quality, it offers its users to store video in frame rate of 30fps with high quality sound ...
Excerpt: I have owned the Fuji M603 camera for about four years. This is my first digital camera I have owned and is my only one that I still use. I love it, even though I am sometimes tempted to trade it in for those new fangled multi-purpose cameras that are flaunted around these days. On closer inspection, I find that am able to resist them mainly because none of them has come close on comparison to my beloved M603.
Pros: Smooth movies, excellent picture quality, easy to use, any length movies with sound
Excerpt: Have had my M603 for about 6 month at the time of writing this, and so far it the only camera that has got me finding pictures every where. When in the automatic setup pretty much anyone can point and click and get a good result. After a while of owning the Fujifilm M603 I started to wander the menus and setting a little more each time, and in a way have learnt a great deal about photography from this camera's easliy guided setup.
Pros: Quite small, handy viewfinder, very good quality images, and easy to use . (From an amateur point of view)
Excerpt: I used my M603 as my primary digital camera for almost a year. I still have it but my dad uses it mostly now. It's an excellent camera, with stylish design, a huge 2.5" screen, and above all, if you can't afford the expensive XD memory, you can use Compact Flash/Microdrive instead. The effective 3 megapixels, make a great job, giving high image quality results.
Pros: Supports multiple media types, large display, fairly compact
Cons: 3MP now days is the reference quality for a digital camera
Excerpt: An excellent camera,so easy to use my four year old son often takes photos with mine! The quality of photo is superb, I generally use the 3 mega pixel quality and have found no need to use the higher 6 mega pixel setting(yes it does go to 6 million pixels but it makes photos too big to email comfortably) I borrowed one to use for videoing and took quite a lot of photos I was so impressed I went out and bought one.I now have a one gig micro drive which will hold over 1700...
Pros: Ease of use, Great picture quality,V Good for someone with little or no experience .
Cons: The16mb XD chip that mine came with is too small, take into account that you will need a bigger memory when buying, but that is easily sorted .
Excerpt: I bought this camera as a replacement for a much cheaper 'Trust' model and immediately noticed the difference in quality. Since I purchased it when it had only just been released I no doubt paid over the odds for it though i did recieve a free 512mb microdrive with it. The camera can take at up to 6 million pixels with its superb CCD technology so it can be a little heavy on memory usage still i fit a good few hundred on the microdrive card.
Excerpt: I bought my Fuji M603 at the beginning of the year when it was still relatively expensive (£350). Since then I've used it all over the place and have not been dissappointed with it at all. The picture quality is superb, and you can zoom in miles using a photo editor on you PC with no loss of quality. I have used several other cameras which my freinds have bought since, but none of them have been a patch on the M603, despite being even more expensive.
Pros: Excellent picture quality, good bundle of accessories, fantastic value for money
Cons: Very slight camera shake on pressing shutter, but this dissapears with practice .
Excerpt: this is my third digital camera in the last 6 month and its the best one so far. its small i carry it with me all the time,the picture is so good clear and sharp don't forget quick. No more out off focus picture even is very low light places ,also in very bright sun light too, the pictures are super no more distorted bright white colour which lots off cameras have this problem.I used my photo and transfer them to DVD photo album and the quality is fantastic you have to...