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1. FujiFilm 256 MB xD Picture Card
2. Fujifilm FinePix 4900 4.3MP Digital
3. Fuji Finepix E500 4MP Digital
$36.99 $34.75 list()
$660.99 $656.57 list()
5. Fuji 43220300 Printpix CX-550
$99.99 list($159.99)
6. Fujifilm DVD-R 4.7GB 100PK SPINDLE
7. Fujifilm FinePix 4700 2.4MPDigital
$219.99 list($699.99)
8. Fujifilm FinePix F601 3MP (SCCD)
9. Fujifilm FinePix 2300 2.1MP Digital
10. Fuji Finepix E510 5.2MP Digital
11. Fuji Finepix E550 6.3MP Digital
12. RCA WHP150C Wireless Headphones
13. Fujifilm Big Viewfinder 60AF Date
14. Fuji 25304030 CD-R, 80 Minute
$199.77 list($447.99)
15. Fujifilm FinePix 4800 2.5MP Digital
16. Fujifilm MX-1200 Digital Camera
$109.99 list($139.99)
17. Fujifilm Nexia 265ix Z Zoom APS
18. Fuji 128 MB xD-Picture Card
19. FUJI FILM Nexia Q1 Compact APS
$299.99 $285.86 list()
20. Fujifilm USB DRIVE 1 GB SINGLE

1. FujiFilm 256 MB xD Picture Card
list price: $149.99
our price: $86.99
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Asin: B00008O0P3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 328
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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Designed to minimize power consumption, Fuji's xD-Picture Card offers fast read and write capabilities for smoother digital camera operation. Extremely compact, it is comparable in size to a penny and weighs less than one-tenth of an ounce. The 32 MB capacity card can record data at 1.3 MBps and offers a read speed of 5 MBps. ... Read more


  • High-capacity flash memory format for digital cameras
  • 256 MB storage capacity
  • 1.3 MB/sec record speed, 5MB/sec read speed
  • Ultracompact--.10 ounce weight in the size of a penny
  • Designed to consume minimal power

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for my needs and more
I bought this card in conjunction with my Fuji S5000 (which I HIGHLY recommend), and for the three months that I've been using them, they have done absolutely EVERYTHING that I could have wanted. I generally take photos at the 2MP (1600x1200) setting, which gives me reasonable photo size/clarity without taking huge amounts of space--each photo is between 550kb and 650kb, which allows me to take 410 at 2MP. I can get 550 on 1 MP, 325 on 3MP, and 173 on 6MP. On RAW 6MP, I can only get 37 though... this is what makes me consider getting a 512 card, or waiting for the upcoming 1GB card Fuji is developing. I've taken thousands of photos in the few months that I've owned this card, and none have been less than perfect as far as the card's impact on them.

The entire line of xD technology is revolutionary and is REALLY great. It has low battery-drain, it's REAL fast, and it's very versatile. Not to mention small--I'm able to have a rather small camera bag (6"h, 5"w, 3"d) partly because I don't have overly large, bulky cards and cases taking up more space than necessary.

Beyond its obvious application of excellent use in digital photos, I've actually used it like a removable mini-drive, similar to my pen-drive. However, as this card is larger than my 128MB jumpdrive, i was able to bring what i needed even when my jumpdrive was full. this is more useful than imaginable. i'm getting a Fujifilm DPC-UD1 xD USB Drive Reader and a second xD card, either 256 or 512MB to use it just like my jumpdrive. Again, this is EXCELLENT technology, and the BEST OPTION for new digitals.

1-0 out of 5 stars Ritz is unconcerned about customer satisfaction!!!!
A couple of days ago I ordered a 256 MB XD card from and Ritz was the seller. I received an e-mail from Ritz stating that my debit card would be charged 88.95. Amazon quoted me a price of 82.00. The difference was $6.95 in shipping. When I got the item the invoice read that I was charged the $6.95 for shipping. I had already had prior contact with Amazon and they stated that I would not be charged for shipping. I called and spoke with "Johnson" about the matter. Johnson could have cared less that I was billed for shipping and was under the pre-tense that there would be no shipping charge. It was tough luck on my part as far as he was concerned. There are many companies that Amazon sponsors that specifically state that they do not offer free shipping, but Ritz does not state this when they are sponsored seller for Amazon, although they do state on their website that "in order for an order to qualify, it must be at least 100.00. After checking my debit card, I find I was not charged for shipping. Because of Johnson's unconcerned attitude regarding my problem, this will be the last item that I purchase from Ritz and I will see to it that I spread the word about what a caring company Ritz is not. It is bad business to burn bridges over $7.00. Amazon promised I would not be charged shipping and I was not. If looking for memory, use one of Amazon's other sponsered companies. They might care more about the cutomer.
Thank you,
Mark Jones

5-0 out of 5 stars on a fujifil a303
FYI, it takes just over 10 minutes to download 256 MBs worth of pictures. Works just fine.

1-0 out of 5 stars I got a spatula instead of the picture card I ordered!!!!!!
i cannot believe that whoever packed my order.gave me a kitchen spatula instead of a picture card!

5-0 out of 5 stars Embrace Change
The first complaint I always read about these cards is "They're pricey". Pricey is paying $200 for a 4 Megabyte SIMM for my 486 PC back in the day! Technologically speaking these cards read and write faster and consume less power then any of their rivials (not to mention they are much smaller too!). The prices on these cards has already come down a decent amount in the past few months. It's no different than when SD cards were twice the price of CF now they are only about 50% more. You get what you pay for and if speed, capacity, low power consumption, and small size is what you're in need of, that's what you buy. Having used devices that use CF cards and SD cards I'll say that I appreciate the xD card and find them to be reasonably priced for their advantages over SD and CF. Fuji is a quality company and it's good to see they aren't giving up on R&D of newer media. That said... I hope xD cards stand the test of time and stick around long enough for me to wear out my Olympus C-5050! ... Read more

2. Fujifilm FinePix 4900 4.3MP Digital Camera w/ 6x Optical Zoom
list price: $499.99
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Asin: B00004XSHN
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 3239
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's FinePix 4900 is one of a new style of consumer digital cameras appearing on the market. Borrowing features from both film SLRs and point-and-shoot digital cameras, these hybrids offer an extremely potent set of features in a compact package and will undoubtedly steer even more film photographers over to digital.

The 4900 features an impressive 6x optical zoom lens plus a 3.7x digital zoom. Shots are captured on a SuperCCD sensor that generates images at resolutions of up to 2,400 x 1,800 pixels, producing photo-quality prints at sizes of 8 by 10 and beyond. By default, the camera is as easy to operate as a point-and-shoot, but virtually every function is manually controllable. Shutter-priority and aperture-priority modes are available, and the ISO, focus, white balance, and exposure compensation can all be adjusted. A pop-up flash features slow-sync, fill flash, and red-eye reduction, and a hot shoe on top of the camera allows you to use a dedicated flash unit.

Fuji has replaced the traditional optical viewfinder with a camcorder-style electronic viewfinder (EVF)--a tiny LCD display inside the eyepiece. The benefits of this arrangement are obvious: the EVF provides a traditional SLR-style through-the-lens viewing experience, works well even in bright sunlight, lets you hold the camera in the more stable, traditional position, and helps to extend battery life. However, there are some situations in which the EVF is inferior to a traditional optical viewfinder: if you're shooting in near darkness, it's virtually impossible to see through the viewfinder, and even in brighter light, the images tend to look grainy and washed out compared to the images in the 2-inch LCD on the back of the camera.

The 2.4-megapixel SuperCCD sensor was developed by Fuji and is only found on Fuji cameras. Instead of using a traditional grid of square pixels, it features octagonal pixels arrayed diagonally. Fuji claims that this system offers improved sensitivity and image detail over a standard CCD. To prove this point, the camera interpolates its 2.4-megapixel images up to 4.3 megapixels at the highest-quality setting. Independent tests typically place these interpolated images on a par with pictures from a 3.3 megapixel camera.

The 4900 is comfortable to hold, and its controls are logically arranged. Though it's bigger and heavier than a point-and-shoot, it's still smaller and lighter than an SLR, and the design feels good in your hands. The battery compartment forms a comfortable pistol grip for your right hand, and your left hand will naturally want to cradle the barrel. Fuji thoughtfully included dual zoom controls--one under your right thumb on the back of the camera, and the other under your left thumb on the barrel of the lens. An easy-to-reach thumb dial on the top of the camera controls shutter speed or aperture, depending upon your shooting mode, and a ring on the front of the lens manually adjusts focus.

Files can be saved at numerous resolutions and levels of compression, from a massive uncompressed 2,400 x 1,800 TIFF file (one shot nearly fills the included 16 MB SmartMedia card) to basic 640 x 480 JPEG files appropriate for emailing. The camera also features a movie mode for creating low-resolution silent film clips.

If you're an amateur photographer who loves using single-lens-reflex cameras but don't want to spend several thousand dollars on a true digital SLR, Fuji's FinePix 4900 offers most of the functionality of a digital SLR at a fraction of the price. The lens is not removable, but its 35-210mm range (35mm equivalent) is flexible enough to use in nearly any situation.


  • Impressive 6x zoom lens
  • Comfortable, well-arranged controls
  • Easy to use for beginners and experienced photographers


  • Electronic viewfinder is hard to use in some conditions
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  • SuperCCD generates 4.3-megapixel (2,400 x 1,800) images for 8-by-10-inch prints and beyond
  • Fujinon lens provides 6x optical plus 3.75x digital zoom
  • Included 16 MB SmartMedia card holds 19 photos at standard resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Lithium-ion battery and AC adapter included; movie and burst shooting modes

Reviews (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best All Around High Quality Digital Camera
My partner and I both purchased this camera. It actually produces better resolution (2,400 x 1,800 pixels) than 5.4 MB cameras that cost twice as much. In addition, it has an auto mode that enables my wife to take picutures without the complications of adjusting an SLR. Other features that I like: Electronic View Finder, Auto/Man Focus, Auto/Man/Custom White Balance, Continuous Shooting, 6x optical with 3.75 digital zoom. The resolution is so good, that you can zoom in on the individual pores of a persons face. As a result, it is excellent for medical imaging and I have used it in the operating room with outstanding results. The only thing is that you need either a photo printer or a color laser printer with high resolution to fully appreciate the high quality of these images.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great pictures
This camera is simple enough to use as a point-and-shoot yet has many advanced features. The color and clarity of images is superb. It does well in low-light situations although the built-in flash will usually improve the picture.

My only complaints are the irritatingly short battery life (buy a spare battery and the optional battery charger - it shortens charge time to a mere hour!) and the shutter lag. It is almost impossible to snap a good shot of my 3 year-old who can't stand still.

Addendum: This is now my camera of choice. It takes much better pics than either of my 35mm cameras. Like any digital camera, however, it still doesn't work well with fast-moving subjects because of the shutter lag.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fuji + Epson
As all of the previous reviewers have stated, the Fuji 4900 is an excellent camera.
Coupled with the Epson Stylus Photo 1280, I have made excellent 16" x 20" prints that look as good or better as film prints.
My Epson Stylus Photo 820 does an excellent job with 8" x 10" prints as well.
The Fuji 4900 is just an excellent camera EXCEPT for the poor battery life. I got tired of the constant need to recharge the NP-80s ( I have 6) so I bought a PowerBank MH-DPB180M battery pack from J&R Electronics and no longer have that problem.

4-0 out of 5 stars NOT 4.3 MP
I just wanted to let everyone interested in this camera to be aware of something. This camera uses a 2.45 Megapixel image sensor and interpolates that to create a 4.3 MP image. I thought it was worth noting since the FinePix s602 was put into the 3-3.9 megapixel category, even though it has the capability to produce a 6 megapixel image. Just wanted to pass along the info...

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Image Quality
The image quality produced by this camera is spectacular. However, I think Fuji has some scope for improvement in terms of the user interface. I find setting the time and selecting the image quality to be a bit tedious. ... Read more

3. Fuji Finepix E500 4MP Digital Camera with 64MB XD Picture Card
list price: $249.99
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Asin: B00068P24A
Catlog: CE
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  • Portable 4MP digital camera
  • 3.2X wide zoom
  • Digital movie function with sound advanced exposure controls
  • 2" LCD monitor
  • Free Transcend 64MB XD picture card


our price: $36.99
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Asin: B000083KAD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 3801
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5. Fuji 43220300 Printpix CX-550 Digital Photo Printer

our price: $660.99
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Asin: B0002EQUIU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
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  • Direct photo printing from PictBridge compatible digital cameras and camcorders
  • Uses Fujifilm┬┐s proprietary Thermo Autochrome Technology
  • Requires no inks, ribbons or toner and is low maintenance
  • Prints a 4 x 6 print in approximately 99 seconds
  • Generates 310 dpi images (up to 4 x 6┬┐), with or without borders, straight from the media card

6. Fujifilm DVD-R 4.7GB 100PK SPINDLE 8X GE ( 25302884 )
list price: $159.99
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Asin: B0007VOEN6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 3436
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Product Description

The Fujifilm DVD-R disc has 4.7GB or 120 minutes of recordable space for large, multimedia files. This write-once recordable disc is highly compatible with most current DVD players and DVD-ROM drives, making it perfect for recording and storing home movies, television programming, computer data, Internet downloads, multimedia programs, music, photographs, and more. By utilizing a highly-sensitive organic digital dye, Fujifilm DVD-R discs achieve a high level of performance, durability, and long archival life. ... Read more


  • Storage for Large Multimedia Files
  • Compatible with most current DVD players and DVD-ROM Drives
  • Compatible with most current DVD players and DVD-ROM Drives
  • 4.7 GB/120 minute capacity
  • White Thermal Printable surface for Rimage Everest, Prism, CopyPro and Primera Accent

7. Fujifilm FinePix 4700 2.4MPDigital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00004TH2X
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 4225
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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The Fuji FinePix 4700 digital camera delivers high-end features in a camera body that fits in the palm of your hand.With the 3x optical zoom capability, it provides you a wide range of shooting options, from telephoto to wide angle, with coverage equivalent to a 36-108mm range in a 35mm camera.The lens is fully retractable with a built-in cover to protect it from damage.The FinePix 4700 also offers 3.75x digital zoom to bring you 11.25 times closer to your subjects.

The FinePix 4700 Super CCD (charge-coupled device for image capturing) is 0.59 inches with 2.4 million pixels, producing shots at up to 2,400 x 1,800 resolution.This allows it to realistically depict objects and reproduce colors as you see them without sacrificing speed.Start-up takes only 2 seconds, and the pause between single-frame shots can be as brief as a second.In continuous shooting mode, you can shoot every 0.2 seconds.

A motion-picture recording mode lets you record and play back 320 x 240 pixel video at 10 frames per second in JPEG format for up to 80 seconds.

In addition to its user-friendly automatic mode, the FinePix 4700 allows full manual control for creative flexibility. You can adjust exposure compensation, sensitivity, flash intensity, and white balance. You can also switch between auto and manual focus and set the light metering mode to average, spot, or multipattern.

The 2-inch LCD monitor uses low-temperature polysilicon TFT technology with 130,000 pixels. It delivers a crisp, natural image that you can rely on to check your subject both indoors and outdoors. In playback mode you can view still images as well as play audio and video. This mode also allows zoom to enlarge up to 15 times.

The Fuji FinePix 4700 includes a 16 MB SmartMedia card, hand strap, NiMH battery charger, 2 NiMH batteries, USB cable, audio-video cable, and CD-ROM software. ... Read more

Reviews (70)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great camera
I did alot of research before buying this camera. I was looking for a camera that had three specific qualities. 1)Easy to use for the beginner. 2) Produce quality 8' x 10" photos. 3) Movie mode. This little Fuji fits the bill in all three categories and on top of that the price is very reasonable compared to other cameras and I definitely like its distinct, compact look. To me, it has an oldtime European look to it. This camera produces very high quality photos using its highest setting. I would prefer a stronger flash for indoor shots but for outdoor shots its perfect. The colors on outdoor shots are just amazing. This little camera only uses (2) AA batteries instead of the typical 4. The batteries do last surprisingly long. I was able to click off 36 high resolution shots with flash and LCD screen on and power lasted over an hour. The batteries that come with it are excellent at 1600 mah. I also picked up some rechargeable Monster Cable AA's from, they are 1800mah and are very long lasting. NOTE: I couldnt wait to for the batteries to charge when i got the camera so I used some duracells. I went through a 4 pack in 10 minutes. Only use these batteries in dire emergency situations. They are not meant to be used for digital camera no matter how much they claim to be. At first the controls on this camera seem complex, but once you actually get into using it you find out how logical the placement of the controls are. Just spend one hour with the manual and camera and you will be an expert on this camera. Also, you can hook this camera up to your TV and play the movie back and do a slide show of all the pictures. I did this for family members at a get together, took orders of who wanted which picture and then printed them out so they would have instant photos of only the ones they wanted. Big WOW factor there! I am sure there are better digital cameras out there, but if you are looking for the criteria that I listed and want get it at a great price this is the one.

2-0 out of 5 stars Well built, but poor digital camera
The 4700 Zoom does not come close to its 4+ megapixel rating. Any photos taken above the 1280x960 (1.2 Megapixels) resolution are extremely grainy and pixilated. Also, the shutter speed is extremely slow, and if the speed is increased grainy pixilation becomes even more apparent. The camera drains batteries quickly when the LCD is not used, but when it is on the batteries do not even last an hour.

I have had this camera for a little over two years and it is now almost completely unusable. Bright colored dots appear throughout the pictures, and the camera shuts off randomly during use. Granted, these problems did not exist when the camera was new, but the camera should still be reliable after two years of light use.

Though it takes terrible pictures and drains the life out of Ni-MH rechargeable batteries rapidly, the camera is well built and has a beautiful LCD. The metal case feels strong, sturdy, and expensive. The LCD produces vibrant, colorful images and is among the best I have seen. The camera's menus are also fairly intuitive.

Overall, much better deals can be found in the market than the 4700.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Pictures while on Manual Mode
When I first bought this camera (2 years ago) I used the 'Auto' and
'Portrait' settings. I found myself taking average quality pictures
then proceeded with the manual setting and the whole perspective on
this camera changed, all I can say is WOW.

The camera consumes a lot of battery so make sure you are carrying
a fast charger and at least 3 sets (2 each) of fresh batteries.

I often have problems with the selector changing the picture mode
from auto to manual or portrait without me turning it. I often
lose shots while previewing them.

Would've I buy Fuji again ? Maybe, the competition is a lot
better than 2 years ago and unbelieveable prices ...

5-0 out of 5 stars How long can it last?
I bought this camera because my son was just born and I wanted the ability to point, shoot and decide what pics to keep or lose later. I am now up to 1800 captures and the camera has worked wonderfully. The video grab is neat (even at half screen size) and the controls couldn't be easier. I dropped it hard once and it didn't flinch. The batteries stay charged for days and re-charge quickly. (Regular AA bateries, however, drain in about 1/2 an hour!)

Just recently, the cover has been making a slight grating noise upon retraction. Can this be the end? Will warranty cover it? Am I to be searching for a new camera soon?

For a quick purchase ($337 new) I am thrilled and crossing my fingers. A fantastic buy so far!

3-0 out of 5 stars mechanical problems - good pictures but not great
I agree with adbento for the most part.
I bought the camera thinking the 4.3 Megapixels would be good for taking photos and then printing them on my large printer (36"). I got some pretty good shots but many were not that good and none were great.

I had the same problem - The batteries are fine - fully charged .
I turn on the camera and it works for a shot, then I try a manual shot and I get a "battery low" message (symbol). After a few seconds the camera shuts itself down. I do not have the LCD preview on. When I turn the camera back on it shows the battery full symbol and then a minute or so after use, it again dies after the low battery symbol.

I believe this is inherent to the product.
I am a light user - taking it out to a few get togethers and parties - but always taken very good care of it - cotton cloth wrapped around it and in a snug camera case - no jossling or bumping and hardly any dust or dirt. I bought 8 NiMH AA for it as it does go through them quickly.

I did take some OK movies with it. Always good for a laugh.

Was good for 2 years - now in the shop and soon to be replaced - bye bye $450 ($700 CDN) ... Read more

8. Fujifilm FinePix F601 3MP (SCCD) Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B0000669B2
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 4683
Average Customer Review: 3.72 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's F601 is the follow-up to the popular F6800 and has a wealth of options for avid digital camera users. Based around a vertical orientation instead of the usual horizontal one it will at first be unfamiliar territory for those used to a 35mm camera, but once you've put aside your differences the images that the F601 produce are very good.

Fuji cameras, like Kodak's EasyShare range sits in a docking unit, making wires dangling around the desk a thing of the past. This is a nice addition for the new comer keen to make the transfer of files to the PC as easy as possible.

Working on the 3rd Generation Super CCD that FujiFilm is renowned for, the 3.1 million pixels can be boosted up to a whooping 6 mega pixel result. Running from the 3x optical zoom lens that has an aperture of f2.8 - f8 the camera can achieve a 36 - 108mm equivalent focal length on a 35mm camera. On top of this, the F601 also offers a macro mode and 4.4x digital zoom to boot.

Manual settings offer control of everything. The most impressive being the ability to set the ISO setting to 1600 making this an ideal camera for speed or night work. Combine that with the option to capture 40 frames a second and you've got a great camera for sporting events. Other options to keep you entertained include five pre-programmed shooting modes, five flash modes and six white balance settings.

Image quality overall is very good. The camera copes well in both night and daylight settings. The macro mode gets you close but not that close, which can be a bit of a set back if you are looking for this function, but then with a macro mode of 20cm this camera never professes that it is one of its strong points. Colors are well covered and detail strong without too much noise - even when we shot with the 1600 ISO setting. --Jason Denwood, ... Read more


  • 3-megapixel sensor captures enough detail for sharp prints at 8 x 10 inches and beyond; software interpolation increases resolution to 6 megapixels
  • 3x optical plus 4.4x digital (13.2x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB Smartmedia card holds 12 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses rechargeable lithium-ion battery (included)

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Big features in a small package
I started with a Fujifilm MX-700 four years ago as my first digital camera, and I waited until now to upgrade to the F601, which is essentially the 4th generation version of the MX-700. It has the same stylish (even better looking and a bit smaller) aluminum housing, and the features are now an order of magnitude better. The F601 image processing is fast--only about 2-3 seconds between pictures (even at hi-res), and the image quality is excellent. I figured out the camera controls in about 5 minutes without reading the manual at all--they are very intuitive. The full-VGA 15 frame-per-second video capture mode is also great for mini-movies, and you are only limited by the size of your smart card on the movie length. Many other cameras only do quarter-VGA (QVGA) videos with a 30-second limit. Plus, like the other reviewer said, the F601 fits inconspicuously into a front pants pocket, so you can take it anywhere. Caveats: I don't like that the file numbering resets to zero each time you clear the smart card. That makes it difficult to download all of your pictures to the same file folder. Even my MX-700 had an option not to reset the file numbering, so I'm not sure what the Fujifilm engineers were thinking. Also, you have to learn how to hold the camera, because it is easy to block the microphone or the flash or the exposure meter with a finger. Finally, you'll want to fork over the money for an extra battery and a 128 MB smartcard. But those are small quibbles. This is a great camera for beginners and experts alike. I love mine.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent camera for the amateur or pro
As a media teacher in a prep school, I've handled many digital and 35mm cameras in my day, but after only a week with this one, the others have gone into storage. This camera takes excellent, print-quality 8x10 pictures with a minuimum of fuss in automatic setting, toggles easily and intuitively between picture taking and archived picture viewing, and interfaces cleanly with my PC laptop without the extra-cost Fuji 601 cradle. 4x zoom is clear, and defaults of either 1 or 3 megapixel fine-quality pictures easily rival true analog photography for clarity and color.

I don't recommend using the 6-megapixel "dithered" settings, as the color and pixel dithering is visible at standard photo sizes. I HIGHLY recommend getting a 128M storage card, though; you can only store 5 3 megapixel fine-quality images on the 16meg card that comes with the camera.

Settings are easily changed and accessed, and include grids and focus variations for assistance with framing the best shot. More advanced manual features are conparatively thorough. Accompanying software is easy to install and integrates well with the PC operating system without interfering with default user settings (as so often can be the case!). Images are stored in easy-to-use jpeg format.

A vertical camera where most traditional models are longer-than-wide, its physical design takes a few seconds to get used to, but once one overcomes the tendency to block lens and/or flash sensor, holding the camera becomes is a light, comfortable, and ergonomically sound experience. The battery lasts a long time (about 150 pix) but takes up little space or weight.

The camera does take limited video, but this isn't designed to be a video camera or even much of a hybrid -- it saves in .avi, which is useful, but can't store more than a few minutes even on the 128meg card. As an added bonus, though, audio functions abound. The traditional voice-recorded .wav funtion seems both useful and something I will actually USE; even better, the 601 has a very cool setting which allows you to append a 30 second voice "tag" to every picture you take, making the old-school photographers logbook a thing of the past, and allowing you to archive data about one shot while framing the next.

A gift from family on the eve of our first child's arrival, the F601 leads the pack, leaving me confident that we won't miss a shot in crowded and possible darkened birthing-room conditions. What better recommendation could one want?

4-0 out of 5 stars How to reset
Hello ALL

Can any one guide me on how to reset the camera????

I have been using Finepix F601 Zoom serial number 2ML26749 around a year and have run into a problem. The Camera now doesnot power up anymore. The last working state before the problem occurred was as follows:

1. Connected the camera to the Picture Cradle .
2. Connected the cradle to Windows XP PC (Home edition) via USB
3. Powered on the Camera
4. Windows Task Manager prompts that a digitalk Camera is connected and display avaible options
5. Select Copy pictures from Camera to HDD
6. After Copying the pictures from the camera to HDD, We shut down the XP leaving the Camera Powered on and in "access via USB" State which was indicated by a USB icon on its display.

After the PC was shut down, the camera couldnot be powered off and hence leaving the only option to remove the camera from cradle and remove the battery manually from its compartment. Ever since I am unable to power the camera unit. I tried to replace the memory and battery but of not use.

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5-0 out of 5 stars my second fuji - I'm hooked
After starting with a 1300 - I lucked out and found this camera on another web site - I got the camera AND the charger at an amazing price. It also came with an extra memory card. I love the size - the upright design takes a little getting used to - but I'm getting there. Photos are clear and crisp, the menu is easy to use and figure out. Options abound, and I just don't think I'll ever buy another brand of digital camera. Fuji gets high marks from me for several reasons. Most importantly - they use readily available smart cards - and they stay with them. I can use all my old accessories from my starter cam - the finepix 1300 - which saves a bundle in the long run. I am glad that the battery is lithium - I have heard that it lasts even longer than previous fuji batteries - and I bought a spare on ebay rather cheaply - as a backup. I've only had it a week and I can't say enough about it. I look forward to using it until it's time to upgrade to my third fuji.

4-0 out of 5 stars FinePix F601 vs FinePix 6800
... I owned a FinePix6800 for over two years, although I have sold the unit, and replaced it with a Canon PowerShot S400 for reasons of preference, not dissatisfaction. The 6800 served me well, and is now servicing a friend who bought it from me. Although I have never used the F601 but have saw it. The unit is slightly smaller than the 6800. Both cameras use the same SCCD which interpolates 3MP to 6MP, however the F601 probably has an improved version of this CCD. The problem with the interpolation is it does cause digital noise, especially on night shots with slower shutter speeds. This is due to the heat that the CCD generates, so mostly I shot in 3MP mode. The noise generated does not [ruin] the shot, but it is noticable. Shooting day time shots, the noise is less apparent if non-existant. As for the zoom feature, like all digital cameras, don't use digital zoom if possible, stick with optical as the shot tend to get grainey. Now if I understand correctly, and the other reviews are accurate, the F601 doesn't come with a docking cradle, the 6800 did. This is a convenience that is needed. Check on this before making the purchase. Other considerations would be with the F601 itself. The 6800 came with a Mini Movie Mode of 160 seconds, the F601 can only do 66 seconds. The 6800 came with a 2" LCD the F601 has a 1.5" perhaps this is to decrease power consumption, but why the shortened movie times?? I also noticed that the settings knob has been placed at an angle on top of the camera the 6800 has it placed on the upper front in a vertical position next to the shutter button. This allows for easier manipulation of the settings, but this may just be a preference of mine, as I can see the LCD at the same time. Before you buy, check both cameras out, and for those of you who are buying a digital for the first time, both the 6800 & F601 will take some getting used to due to the vertical design. Overall these are nice cameras, but in no way should they be considered pocket cameras, due to the weight of the units. Buy a nice padded case like the ones made by Lowepro or Tamrac Digital Series, and attach it to your belt or use the shoulder strap. One waist high drop on concrete, and you can say Aloha to your brand new camera.

PS The 4 star rating is due to reduction of the movie mode, and smaller LCD screen. If the unit doesn't come with a docking cradle out of the box it's a 3. I don't understand why less would be an improvement, except in costs. And because of the falling prices of digitals, I paid [dollar amount] for the 6800 in 2000, for [dollar amount] MSRP, you should get at least what I got in 2003 if not more! ... Read more

9. Fujifilm FinePix 2300 2.1MP Digital Camera
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00005B2QT
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 4686
Average Customer Review: 4.39 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (31)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fuji Rocks!
After researching...for various digital cameras..., I decided to go for this fuji finepix 2300. While your excitement will certainly vary according to the price you pay, I reccommend it highly! The size is small enough to fit into one of my tiny purses and yet offers all the accomodations I was looking for:
-built-in flash
-variable resolution (great quality photos)
-red-eye reduction
-nice aesthetics
-lcd view
-usb download port (very fast)
-some memory included (only 8 mb but good for backup)
-accepts rechargeable AA NIMH batteries -clear up close and distance photos
-good color
-snap and shoot capabilities
Now let me elaborate on the pros and cons...
The only real draw backs to this camera remain 1)the somewhat exposed lens and lack of available lens cap and 2)that a zoom lens is not included. One may remedy these slights by simply taking care to protect the lens and adjusting one's distance to the subject accordingly...
Other than that, the camera rocks! I've had great photos and none of the problems I've read reviewers have with other cameras. I'm able to take approximately 40 highest resolution images on a 32 mb card and many, many more on lower resolution which is still pretty clear. The set up is easy...all you do is install the software from a cd-rom, turn on the camera, plug in the usb cord, choose the location where you want the pics on your hard drive using the software (very simple), and the images download in a few seconds (of course it'll take longer if you have a larger memory card and more stored images). It comes with Photo Deluxe so you can alter images if you like (brightness/contrast or size, etc). One of the greatest features of this camera is that it takes rechargeable NIMH (better for the environment, bank account, and busy schedules) AA batteries. I've read about other digital cameras tearing through batteries, but I haven't had this problem--my rechargeable NIMH batteries made it through a couple of weeks. You also have the option of turning off the lcd view to save energy. What's more, some cameras require that you use the manufacturers battery, which is a problem if you need to recharge in the rainforest. With this camera, you can just pop in some new AA batteries (4) and continue with your photo spree. The continuous photo option is fun--it takes up to 9 photos and can be put on self-timer.
The close up option works great--I tested it with some tropical flowers and natural light. If you don't have a good printer or want to blow-up shots, you can send the photos to a printer.
All my friends and family have been highly impressed with the quality of the photos I've emailed them, and it makes for great fun at a party since you can see all the pics immediately!...and delete the one of yourself with your eyes closed...

4-0 out of 5 stars Very easy to use Digital Camera
I purchased this camera for my wife while in Miami on a business trip. The cost was reasonable and the addition media card was an additional bonus included in overall price. Before reading any instructions, I was able to take this camera right from the box and use...a great feature for men. Now that I'm back home and have time to review the manaul I find that this camera has more than just pretty looks. The one draw back if any that really bothers me is the battery life. This camera seems to consume the batteries in big gulps. Since I'm not an expert with using camera's I have not fully explored all the benifits of this camera yet. Aside from the huge gulps of power that is comsumed, I find this camera very handy especially when uplaoding the pictures on to the computer. That was a breeze.

This ia good buy overall if you look at price vs. features. Compare that with other similar cameras and your money will be well spent.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very simple, dependable and good camera.
Guys, you can't expect from this camera some super cool things because it is basic 2.1 Mp camera but this is VERY RELIABLE and decent simple camera that has traveled with me ALL ACROSS THE WORLD and never put me down! It takes regular AA batteries and the simple optics provide unexpectedly GOOD pictures. Avoid back lighting and unusual conditions and you will be Ok. I suspect that for the price it it perfect light little camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars I have two of them
This is an easy to use camera that you can beat the crap out of. I thought that i had lost my first one and i missed it so much i bought a second... well the first one showed up again and now i loan them both out to my high school kids for website projects. I used this camera in asia and central america and beat the heck out of it knowing i had another at home. Over the last three years I have used this camera in the rain dropped it several times and never once put it in a protective case. It still works great and my kids are still punishing both of them. with a 128MB smart media disk i can hold about 1,000 picures (on lowest quality) before i need to download.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great little first digital camera
I've been very pleased with this small and inexpensive digital camera. It's been a good one with which to learn about digital photography. Realiable quality for family photos. Eats batteries at an alarming rate, so get an AC adapter. ... Read more

10. Fuji Finepix E510 5.2MP Digital Camera with 128MB XD Picture Card
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00068P21S
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 8135
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  • 5.2MP sensor
  • Photo-quality enlargements up to 13x17"
  • 3.2x optical zoom and 4.1x digital zoom
  • 2" TFT LCD monitor
  • Free Transcend 128MB XD picture card

11. Fuji Finepix E550 6.3MP Digital Camera with 128MB XD Picture Card
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00068P1SM
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 19484
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  • 6.3MP sensor
  • Photo-quality enlargements up to 14x19"
  • 4x optical zoom and 6.3x digital zoom
  • 2" TFT LCD monitor
  • Free Transcend 128MB XD picture card

12. RCA WHP150C Wireless Headphones

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Asin: B00009W3CR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: RCA
Sales Rank: 3969
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Gar-Bage
The phones have never worked right. I thought I had a defective transmitter and exchanged them for another and the thing still did not work. The green light came on for a second and them went off completely. No matter how many times I tried to re-connect the transmitter, it never worked right. There is NO technical support on the RCA website for these phones at all. Don't waste your time or your money.

2-0 out of 5 stars These headphones suck!
I first thought these headphones would be a dream, but not after I tried them. When I first recieved these "miracle" headphones, I discovered that the batteries in the headphones had to be first charged-what a pain it was to have to wait 24 hours before I could use these "wireless wonders." When the time came to use the headphones, I also heard a sharp whistling noise. My television didnt turn up high enough to block out the sound. Now, after 6 weeks of owning them, I'm ready to get rid of them.

1-0 out of 5 stars Can't be any worse
After 48 hours I still have not been able to get the right frequency to listen to anything. This is the worst possible thing I have ever bought.

1-0 out of 5 stars That 5 star rating must be a joke or an ad.
These headphones challenge me--how does one write a review of a product like this without using foul language? These cans have a constant "whistle" in the background. If your source material should stop playing for a minute or so, the sending unit seems to shut down, and the headphones emit a LOUD white noise burst, which will continue until you either shut them off or get the source material playing again. I could possibly ignore the whistle effect while listening to loud, busy music, but the white noise is unacceptable.

... How would I know that these "5 star rated" headphones would be so crappy before I tried them? Now I'm stuck with them--anybody want 'em cheap?

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best, Skip the Rest
After purchasing a variety of wireless headphones and not having much success, I happened upon this wonderful adjustable headphone that uses rechargeable nickel-cadmium batteries (included).

You can actually enjoy watching TV, use your VCR/DVD player or listen to your stereo without disturbing a single soul.

The headphones rest on a transmitter that recharges the headphones after you plug them back in. They are always ready for use and the batteries must last forever because so far, I've not had to worry about the batteries wearing out.

You can walk 125 feet away from the transmitter and still hear music. Unlike other headphones I tried, this one only seems to pick up the sounds from the TV or Stereo. Which is a good thing unless you want to hear conversations from who knows where. It was very annoying with other brands I have tried in the past.

The headphones have soft earpads which allow for hours of comfortable listening. You can even be in bed and lean back on a pillow and they are comfortable.

All you do is connect this system to your CD, TV, VCR/DVD player or HI-Fi or radio.

Occasionally while watching a movie, I did have to readjust the tuning, which is right on the headset. There is a volume control and a place where you can plug it back into the charge unit.

Strangely, you can also use this as a speaker if the volume is up high enough. That might defeat the purpose, but if you TV is close to a wall shared by someone who is trying to sleep, this can be helpful.

Listening Freedom! Even late into the night when you want to watch movies. Now, the only problem is remembering not to laugh too loudly when watching comedies. ... Read more

13. Fujifilm Big Viewfinder 60AF Date 35mm Camera
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004TWME
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 6061
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's big focus 60AF Autofocus Date/35mm Camera is a simple and small camera with autofocus, a built-in flash, and a quartz date-and-time imprinting option. With an extra-large viewfinder, automatic film advance, and motorized rewind, this point-and-shoot camera offers all the basic functions needed to capture your memories. ... Read more


  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot
  • 35-60mm 1.7x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film advance and rewind with easy film loading
  • Quartz date imprinting

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5-0 out of 5 stars A phenomenon
Thinking of buying a camera? How about buying more than a camera? Well I can tell you that the Fuji 60AF Autofocus 35mm Camera, is a lot more than a camera. In fact, I consider it more of a phenomenon. All the exellent features it provides makes the camera incredible. It is so easy to take pictures with this camera unlike others that you have to hit various buttons to make it work. Not only that, the pictures that anyone takes are astounding. My friends four year old son took 4 or 5 pictures with this thing and we all expected those pictures to come out looking very fuzzy. Not only were they not fuzzy, they were beautiful. If you want a good camera, get something else, but if you are looking for an excellent camera, you have come to the right place. ... Read more

14. Fuji 25304030 CD-R, 80 Minute (30-Pack)

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Asin: B000069I9F
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Media
Sales Rank: 912
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Fujifilm recordable CDs are designed to be superior write-once optical media. Technological advances have led to optimal archival life (70 to 100 years), proven prevention against data degradation, and high read-back reliability. A high-sensitivity organic color layer and highly reflective film layer gives Fujifilm CD-Rs improved reflectivity at lower power levels. This means lower error rates, even with compromised power levels in the write laser or if the lens is dirty.

Fujifilm's rigorous testing has confirmed that these discs are compatible with today's most popular CD-R writers and CD-ROM drives. Further, the discs offer superior longevity, holding up in tests for over a million read passes with no data degradation. ... Read more


  • 30 write-once recordable compact discs on a plastic spindle
  • 700 MB storage per disc (80 minutes), 21 GB (40 hours) total
  • 1.5 Mbps transfer rate, up to 48x write speed
  • Good for at least 1 million read cycles per disc, with 70 to 100 years estimated archival life
  • Compatible with all CD drives

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Horrible!
These CDs are pretty slow to burn, but thats not a huge problem for me, until I played one for about 5 times the coating began to warp and come off. Come on! The rest began to do the same thing too! Don't buy these, unless they are going to be a one time use sort of thing, and you don't mind having a slow burn rate.

1-0 out of 5 stars worst c.d.r.!s ever
Don!t buy. The worst c.d.r.!s ever. Has an extremely low burn rate. Most of them I had to throw away. Don!t waste you money.

1-0 out of 5 stars large failure rate DON'T BUY..
Out of 50, I was able to burn six CD'S, an 88% failure rate.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't understand why anybody would have problems with these
Fuji CD-Rs are excellent. I have used them to burn over 75 projects, include SVCDs, which are about the pickiest projects. Other brands (particularly the generic ones) may be cheaper, but you end up burning "coasters" that won't play in most DVD players. Fuji = No coasters!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for audio and svcd video.
This are great for all your audio and video needs the only one I use to make my svcd and they are great for your audio needs.If you have a apex dvd player and have found that your svcd skip or jump try this media and you shouldnt have a problem. ... Read more

15. Fujifilm FinePix 4800 2.5MP Digital Camera in Cradle w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $447.99
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Asin: B00005B2QO
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 4817
Average Customer Review: 4.44 out of 5 stars
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Many of the features on the Fujifilm FinePix 4800 are nearly identical to those of the FinePix 4700. However, the Finepix 4800 boasts an artfully stylish body designed by F.A. Porsche. The 4800 also comes with a handy USB docking cradle that recharges the included lithium-ion battery and remains connected to your computer, similar to a USB card reader. The cradle allows you to easily transfer your images and even tilts for use as a PC cam.

According to Fuji, the 2.4-megapixel Super CCD sensor inside the FinePix 4800 is able to "produce a maximum image file size of 4.3 megapixels." This means it captures high quality shots at up to 2,400 x 1,800 resolution. With the 3x optical zoom capability (along with 4.4x digital zoom), it also provides a wide range of shooting options, from telephoto to wide angle, with coverage equivalent to a 36-108mm range in a 35mm camera.

Start-up takes only two seconds, and the pause between single-frame shots can be as brief as a second. In continuous shooting mode, you can shoot every 0.2 seconds. A motion-picture recording mode lets you record and play back 320 x 240 pixel video at 10 frames per second in JPEG format for up to 160 seconds with sound. The FinePix 4800 allows you to switch between auto and manual focus. It has a black and white mode, voice-recording modes for picture annotations or voice memos, a 2-inch LCD color monitor, supports SmartMedia cards, and offers 3 to 1/2,000 shutter speeds.

The Fuji FinePix 4800 comes with a 16 MB SmartMedia card, hand strap, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, USB HotSync cradle, USB cable, audio-video cable, and CD-ROM software. ... Read more


  • 2.4 megapixel SuperCCD sensor uses data interpolation to produce 4.3 megapixel images
  • 3x optical plus 3.75x digital (11.25x total) zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB SmartMedia card holds 9 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via included USB-based dock
  • Uses lithium-ion battery pack that recharges automatically when camera is inserted in dock

Reviews (25)

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb Quality - Both Construction and Images
I bought a FinePix 4800Zoom as a customer return at a local computer store. I feel I got a fabulous bargain!

The feel of the camera is solid and the metal skin really makes it look elegant. I've seen a lot of silver-painted cameras that just look cheap compared to the 4800. The vertical form factor is a bit strange, but it works out very nicely - not a bit awkward and equally easy to operate for small and larger hands.

The image quality really does live up to the 4.3 megapixel claim. It stays crystal clear when blown up several times on the computer screen. 4x6 prints on my HP 952c with premium glossy paper are beautiful. The color rendition is as good as Kodak film, no, actually, I think it is better. Most of my Kodak film printed at Sam's club comes back with very exaggerated reds. The 4800 gives a more balanced, believable color pallette.

The FinePix 4800Zoom has a full array of well thought out features. The cradle arrangement is really convenient. I just open a tiny sliding cover on the bottom, drop the camera into the cradle and punch the power button. Presto! My iMac fires up its own camera software and asks me if I want to download all or some of the pictures. Then it does it all for me. Sweet! The cradle is also the battery charger.

I don't know what is happening to the customer from San Jose, but I certainly get razor sharp, gorgeous pictures with this camera. He/She may be having difficulty with the way the shutter release works. You have to push it and hold it for second, holding the camera still all the while. The picture is actually taken after the initial push. This caused me a little confusion at first. My first shots were sort of out of whack. Once I got the hang of the push-and-hold technique, everything came together nicely.

All in all, I am totally satisfied with the Fujifilm FinePix 4800Zoom. Highly recommended!

4-0 out of 5 stars we love this camera!
We are constantly amazed at the image quality. It is especially good at macro does a little less well in low light...would suggest using tripod for low-light situations.

The size is perfect. When the power is off, it is just a small steel box that fits perfectly in my pocket. There are no worries about scratching the lens or a knob breaking off. GREAT DESIGN!

The pics that we have printed onto paper are truly picture perfect. I would recommend this camera to anyone looking for a camera that trvels well and has unlimited possibilities!

Our favorite features:
Multiple exposure!
Macro...extreme close ups show amazing detail!
Smart Media (we have three 64 MB cards and can take about 300 photos without downloading to the computer.)

4-0 out of 5 stars Over a year old and still going
This camera has worked as anticipated. With all the buttons and the sliding lens cover, the manual does note that it is extremely sensitive to sand--not a beach camera.

The original battery is still working. I ordered a second one from [store] and it is already weaker than the original. Get original batteries, even if they cost more.

The compact size is definitely a plus. Less conspicuous and it will even fit in a shirt pocket. (a little tightly)

I think it's been dropped a few times with no noticable decrease in performance.

I have a 64Mb and 128Mb in addition to the 16Mb card that was included with the camera and haven't run out of disk space on an outing yet--even on highest resolution.

Due to the small lens size, pictures taken at closer ranges (4 feet or less) can be very slightly bowed, or bulge in the middle, as noted when a photo has lots of horizontal lines. This can distort portraits.

Wish I could get closer to images

5-0 out of 5 stars Great quality pictures
I love this camera. I purchased it about a year ago, and it takes amazing high quality pictures. I get them printed out online, and nobody can tell whether they are digital pictures or not!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera!
I have found the FinePix 4800 to be a great deal for the money. I think the 4.3 Megapixel mode is useful, as for certain images, it does much to make up for the fact that JPEG compression loses image fidelity. In fact, based on my tests imaging point soures of light and sharp edges, the 4.3 megapixel mode is no worse than any other mode, provided the image is not underexposed or even the slightest bit out of focus. I think the combination of the software Fuji uses, and the fact that some detail is lost in any JPEG image contribute to this. So for that occasional shot that you might want to blow up (or that you might want to enlarge a part of later, but don't want risk missing the shot with a lower megapixel, narrow field-of-view mode), 4.3 megapixel mode has its uses.
My only complaint is the shape. It is a bit akward to hold. If its length and width were inverted it would be easier. ... Read more

16. Fujifilm MX-1200 Digital Camera
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00004U896
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 2008
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's MX-1200 digital camera provides all the picture-taking abilitybeginners need. The silvery body of the MX-1200 contains a 1.3-megapixel CCD(which provides a maximum resolution of 1,280 x 960 pixels) and a 1.6-inch colorLCD monitor, as well as an optical viewfinder. Fuji also provides a built-inflash with automatic red-eye reduction, forced-flash, and flash-off modes. Thecamera comes with a macro mode for those with a penchant for close-ups, enablingthe MX-1200 to focus as close as 4 inches.

Included with the MX-1200 is a serial cable for transferring photos, a softwaredriver disk for downloads, a 4 MB SmartMedia card for storing your images, andfour AA alkaline batteries. The MX-1200 saves images in the JPEG file format,and allows varying degrees of compression. ... Read more

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Camera
I purchased the Fuji MX-1200 as my first digital camera about three months ago and am more than happy with it. It's compact, very easy to use and takes good quality pictures. Sure, there are other models out there with more bells and whistles, but for this price range, this is an excellent choice.

It doesn't come with an instruction manual for the Picture Shuttle and editing software (well, mine didn't arrive with any software manual), but it was easy to figure out and I had my second batch of pictures loaded, cropped and sent out in emails within 30 minutes.

As others here have pointed out, it IS a good idea to purchase a USB Flash Memory Reader for transfering the photos from camera to hard drive (although I didn't find the serial port download time as incredibly slow as I thought it would be). Two or three sets of batteries or better yet, rechargable batteries, are a MUST. Every digital camera (not just this one) eats them quickly if you use the LCD display constantly.

Also a must...a SmartMedia card. The MX-1200 comes with only a 4meg, which only allows taking 12 pictures on the lowest setting. With a 16meg card, you can hold over 60 pictures.

4-0 out of 5 stars Owned it for 6 month now - good for the money, minor issues
Don't even bother unless you plan to get an upgrade SM card (4mb is worthless) and rechargable batteries. Highly recommend a USB card reader - even using TWAIN/Photoshop 5.5 it takes FOREVER to download 1280 x 820 res pictures (the camera's middle setting). All my complaints are minor - this is a great camera overall. The mode select knob can stop in between modes, but look like it's pointing to a mode. This makes you think something is wrong until you move the switch the 1mm it's off so you are not between modes. Not a show stopper, just takes getting used to. I guess all camers mow batteries, but I bought 8 NiMh rechargables and that seems to work. Get a cord to plug in when you're downloading pix - will save batteries, especially if you are using the serial cable. The optical viewfinder is way off for anything closer than about 10 feet, so I almost always use the LCD - another battery killer. Camera won't auto shut off when in PC mode, I've drained lots of batteries when forgetting to switch the camera off after retrieving photos. These are really nit-pick items, most cameras would have same or similar. Overall I'm happy with this camera, it's well made and user friendly. For the money and 1.3 Megpixel is plenty for general use. Safe bet you will feel your money was well spent.

2-0 out of 5 stars I've had problems
Besides the lag problem mentioned in another review, I've had an issue with the camera not staying on when switched. I miss about 80% of the shots I'm trying to take because I have to keep turning it back on, taking out the memory card and/or batteries and replacing them etc. Bad frame errors are haunting. Once it starts working, I can usually take many pictures in a row, but in the beginning it's horrible. This is all probably my fault for trying to snap a picture when the dial was turned to the viewing mode. But that shouldn't have harmed the electronics! One can't always remember to get the dial in the right position.

5-0 out of 5 stars High bang/buck ratio in a small package
I have had my Fuji MX-1200 for 2 years now. I have taken it to Scotland, Hungary, Austria and Germany and have been totally amazed at how good a picture it provides in a small package for a small amount of money.

I am not a newcomer to photography. I have owned several 35 mm. SLR's of various brands. I still have a Canon that I can use if I want to, but I havent't taken it out of the case since I got the Fuji.

My recommendations are similar to those of other reviewers, with one exception. Forget about the USB reader. Get a "Flash Card" floppy disk adapter. It costs more, but it will download to any PC.

Naturally, you should purchase as many addtional smart cards as you can afford. They are getting cheaper now, so a couple of 32 meg cards would be in order. I carry a half dozen of them when I travel and download my pictures to my notebook computer every evening at the end of my day.

Nowadays, most of my pictures end up on the internet, so the Fuji was a step up for me rather than a step down. If you think you might want to blow a picture up, shoot Hi-res and do the work on the computer. It's easy. It's cheap! It's fun!

4-0 out of 5 stars Inexpensive model that delivers the goods
This camera is inexpensive (and a bit outdated at this point) but still manages to take great pictures. Sure, you could spend a lot more for a camera that is a lot more high-tech, but if you just want a camera to learn on and experiment with or just take fun family snaps, then this camera would be great.

My husband actually won a photo contest with a 5x7 photo taken on this camera (printed on an HP printer).

Pros: low cost, easy to use, easy to figure out how to take good photos, takes good enough quality photos to replace your film camera (if you're ready for that... I'm not quite there).

Cons: memory card pretty small if you want to take high quality pics (We got a 64MB memory card--available on we could take many pictures at high quality settings: about 100 pictures on the highest quality settings.), slow upload to your computer using serial cable (we got a SmartMedia drive that hooks up to our USB port and is lightning quick), lower picture quality capability than many (more expensive) cameras on the market.

These days, most digital cameras really aren't that horrible , and this camera is lightyears better than the ($) cameras that were out 4 years ago. This camera would be great for someone who wants a camera for casual use, or for pictures for their website, or even regular pictures that won't be blown up much larger than 5x7.

We take pictures with abandon now, not worrying about how much film we have left, not worrying if a shot is going to be a throw-away (you can delete it right on the camera, anyway), and we have gotten some truly beautiful and priceless shots just using this camera.

If you're not a professional photographer, why spend thousands when you can get this camera at a great price? ... Read more

17. Fujifilm Nexia 265ix Z Zoom APS Camera
list price: $139.99
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Asin: B00004TWP1
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 5659
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  • Fujinon lens zooms from 23-50mm
  • Print format selection of classic, HDTV, and panoramic
  • Easy-to-read LCD display
  • Built-in flash with 3 modes
  • Date, time, and title quartz imprinting option

18. Fuji 128 MB xD-Picture Card

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Asin: B00008XPQ6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 30968
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19. FUJI FILM Nexia Q1 Compact APS Camera ? Pink

Asin: B00006JQ19
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
Sales Rank: 4725
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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  • Its adjustable neck cord makes it positively portable
  • A high quality Fujinon lens gives you consistently superb image quality
  • Drop in film loading with Auto Advance and Rewind, Mid-Roll Rewind
  • Built-in flash with red eye reduction, so you can take great pictures indoor and out
  • Fujinon Lens -22mm, f/8; 2 components, 2 elements

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Just an okay camera
This camera is very stylish looking but the quality of the photos are mediocre at best. Even using 400 or 800 speed film doesn't help. It takes great close-up shots, but when you get far good. Subjects are hazy and blurry...but like I said close-ups are great.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very cool
This camera has everything that you are looking for! I got it in March, and I still havent' had to change the batteries-very good! Also, it's nice and small so it will fit almost anywhere. The shape is cool too!! The cord is VERY nice, so you can put it around your neck when you don't want to hold onto it anymore. You should definately buy this camera. ... Read more

20. Fujifilm USB DRIVE 1 GB SINGLE BOX 2.0 ( 25910310 )

our price: $299.99
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Asin: B0000AZJZ0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 28956
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