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21. Fujifilm FinePix A201 2.1MP Digital
$10.99 $9.59 list()
22. Fuji Dvm-80 Fuji Mini Digital
23. FUJI FILM 25910256 Portable 256MB
24. Gear To Go 99466 Mp3/Fm Radio
$559.99 list($899.99)
25. Fujifilm FinePix 6800 3MP Digital
26. Fujifilm Discovery 312 38-120mm
27. FUJITSU N6010 LifeBook N Series
$13.98 list($35.99)
28. Fujifilm SmartShot III 35mm Camera
29. Fujifilm DVD-R 4.7GB 100PK SPINDLE
30. DC2120 120MB QIC 80-FMT TAPE CART
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31. Fujifilm USB DRIVE 512MB SINGLE
32. FUJI FILM 25910364 Portable 64MB
33. Fujifilm MX600Z 1.5MP Digital
$106.99 $29.99 list($188.99)
34. Lexar 256 MB Compact Flash Card
35. Fujifilm 32 MB CompactFlash Card
$19.95 list($101.99)
36. Fujifilm 128 MB CompactFlash Card
$80.00 list($169.99)
37. Fujifilm 120 35mm Date Camera
38. Fujifilm FinePix 40i 2.4MP Digital
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39. DVD-R 4.7GB 5PK Gen Purpose
40. Fujifilm Nexia 320ix Z MRC Zoom

21. Fujifilm FinePix A201 2.1MP Digital Camera
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00005Q5ZD
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 1237
Average Customer Review: 4.45 out of 5 stars
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The small, stylish, and capable Fuji FinePix A201 offers plenty of pixel resolution and a point-and-shoot simplicity. This lightweight and compact digital camera is aimed at those who don't want to get bogged down in the complexities of photography, but who just want to take pictures without fuss. It can take pictures up to 1,600 by 1,200 pixels, which is more than adequate for anything but the most demanding tasks. A picture at this resolution is suitable for making prints up to 8 by 10 inches.

There are two lesser modes and three levels of compression, although all three of these are only available on the highest resolution. The included 16 MB memory card provides adequate capacity unless you insist on the highest settings, but we recommend purchasing a higher capacity SmartMedia card to maximize the pixel quality of your photos.

You can even capture tiny videos on the FinePix A201, although the resolution renders the capability a bit of a gimmick. The digital zoom on the camera only works in the lower resolution modes and is fairly limited--2.5x at maximum. The fixed-focus lens does a commendable job, although it can distort a little at close range. For really close work there is a macro mode that's especially good. The built-in flash is good to about 10 feet.

Everything can be set to automatic, for simple point-and-shoot operation. For the more adventurous there are manual modes for white balance and exposure compensation. Altering these is a tad fiddly and you need to experiment a little. The LCD screen doesn't quite have the range of contrast needed for indoor shooting. It can be tricky to see what you're aiming at and the viewfinder isn't quite as accurate, so closer images are offset a little.

The two AA batteries (included) do their best, but battery consumption can be horrific. The batteries can be flat before you've half filled the memory card. This isn't helped by the fact that it is very tempting to view images on the LCD screen as soon as you've taken them. A charger and a few sets of rechargeable batteries are highly recommended.

The quality of the pictures is superb; color accuracy and saturation are excellent. Indoor with a flash the pictures are slightly warm, but this can be compensated for using the manual white balance modes. The A210 is easy to use and a quick read of the excellent manual is all you'll need. The results are good and the A201 makes an ideal no-fuss compact digital camera. --Miles Berkeley


  • No muss, no fuss point-and-shoot 2-megapixel digital camera
  • Resolution good for prints up to 8 by 10 inches
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Bonus feature: movie mode


  • Battery life is limited--extra rechargeables a must-have addition
  • LCD screen contrast can be problematic indoors
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  • 2.1 megapixel sensor captures enough detail for photo-quality prints at 8 x 10 inches
  • 2.5x digital zoom lens
  • Included 16 MB SmartMedia card holds 25 images at default resolution
  • Connects with PCs via USB port
  • Uses 2 AA batteries

Reviews (33)

5-0 out of 5 stars great little camera
I was looking for a digital camera and wanted to use one that allowed me to get to the taking of pictures. Later I will move on to a more complicated one. Anyway I disagree with all of you who did not like the software. I use software all the time and this is the first photo software that did what I want. I agree with all the good things said before in other reviews. If anything is wrong it is the drain on regular batteries so I bought the rechargeable ones. The fact I could use the camera as a pc cam was an unexpected plus. I think the main use of the camera is for doing e-mail, short videos and taking photos of people or things you want to display on the net. I would never expect to shoot a long shot to a stage as one person did. When you consider the size and all the features Fuji has packed into it, what a buy! Most of all I like that it slips into my pocket.

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING...BRILLIANT !
WOW, I bought this camera on holiday in New York, in Febuary, I was slightly worried about it not working in the Uk but when I found out it was USB connection I knew it would work at home, I was very excited to buy it!
I got 75photo's on the 16mb card and that is high resolution!
The only slight dissapointment is the video mode, how it cannot last longer that 20secs, HOWEVER u can video more than 1 clip, so you could have 5 video's all of 10secs long, depending on the memory you have. The AA batteries ..., get the rechearchable ones. the software is ok, very easy to install.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great Camera
The A201 is very Good camera and I bought it with my own money( I am eight years old). It has satisfied me very well with its price. I am impressed with the quality and I would recomend it to anyone shopping for an entry-level good-quality bash-around camera. I have sent many e-mails using the easy-to-use FinePix Software that comes in the box with the USB (universal serial bus) connector. The software comes with automatic procedures such as saving in the "My Pictures" Folder that comes with every computer. The software comes with the Update and delteable folder called "100_fugi". The only dis is that the camera for some reason makes the target father than the Human eyebut other than that the camera is very good and toped my expectations. At first I thought of buying the Canon Powershot but the store manager at [a local store] gave me a better deal, the A201.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very satisfied
This is my first digital camra. I use it specifically to photograph 2- dimensional and 3- dimensional art work. I have been very pleased with the quality of the photos. I also use it to photograph landscapes, although that is not the primary purpose of the camera for me. I have also been satisfied with it in that way. Sometimes I have had "spots" when photographing outside, but I think this is related to the light source. I am very pleased.

5-0 out of 5 stars Incredibly reliable--i love this thing!
i've had this camera for little over half a year now, and i love it! i've been an on-and-off amateur photographer for about 5 years now, and this is my third camera, first digital. To those who complain about the "flimsy" chassis, i suggest you walk around with a solid, magnesium-cased samsung in your backpack for an afternoon. i guarantee that you and your lower back will appreciate the light plastic shell. and to those who complain about the battery life, BUY A PAIR OF RECHARGABLE BATTERIES! or better yet, buy two pairs; you'll still save money! overall, when paired with photoshop, this camera makes for one heck of a camera. i should know--it's picture quality and convience is the envy of all my friends who're stuck with 35mms!
::By the way, i forgot to mention the price, which is bargain-basement for such picture quality!:: ... Read more

22. Fuji Dvm-80 Fuji Mini Digital Videocassette

our price: $10.99
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Asin: B00012XD1A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: FUJI
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  • 80 minutes SP/120 minutes LP

23. FUJI FILM 25910256 Portable 256MB USB Drive

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Asin: B00006OAJ9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
Sales Rank: 18384
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  • 256MB of storage space
  • Can hold any kind of data - MP3 files, pictures, video, etc.
  • PC & Macintosh Compatible
  • Requires -(mac) OS 8.6 or above / (pc) Windows 98 SE / Me / 2000 / XP

24. Gear To Go 99466 Mp3/Fm Radio Player

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Asin: B00012ZP3E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: FUJI
Sales Rank: 47600
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25. Fujifilm FinePix 6800 3MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B00005ATZK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 4558
Average Customer Review: 4.37 out of 5 stars
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The Fujifilm FinePix 6800 is a high-end digital camera that continues in the tradition of the FinePix 4700. Sporting a new body designed by Porsche, the 6800 is an eye-catching number. The 3.3-megapixel SuperCCD captures images at resolution of 6 megapixels (2,832 x 2,128). The 6-megapixel image is interpolated up from the original 3.3-megapixel CCD image data. Fujifilm's proprietary SuperCCD design uses octagonal pixels, as opposed to the normal square, providing more image data than conventional designs. In other words, an octagonal pixel is worth more than a square one. The lens is a quality Fujinon 3x optical zoom.

An assortment of shooting modes, including portrait, scene, auto, and manual, all help to make the 6800 a versatile photo tool. The FinePix is also capable of recording up to 160 seconds of 320 x 240 video at 10 frames per second. Also, a continuous-shooting mode lets you snap up to five frames per second with a maximum of five photos before you need to let the camera record the image data. Additionally, depending on your memory card size, you can record from 30 to 60 minutes of audio.

The FinePix 6800 comes with a USB docking cradle that remains connected to your computer--similar to a USB card reader. The cradle allows you to easily transfer your images and recharge your battery. The 6800 also comes with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, 16 MB SmartMedia card, USB cable, video cable, hand strap, and assorted software. ... Read more


  • 3.3-megapixel sensor captures enough detail to create prints up to 11 x 14
  • 3x optical plus 4.4x digital zoom lens with autofocus
  • Included 16 MB SmartMedia memory card holds 16 images at default resolution
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via USB port
  • Uses rechargeable lithium-ion battery, included; can record up to 160 seconds of video

Reviews (35)

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding Camera
I bought this camera 3 months ago, and it has performed magnificiently. The optical zoom works great, and the real time video is a lot of fun. Also, the size, about the size of a pack of cigarettes, makes it very portable, and easy to manage. The USB uplink is a big improvement over the serial link they had on earlier models. Also the functionality as a web cam blows everything else I've tried away - picture quality and audio.
There are however little quirks about the camera - Images are much better if you have the flash turned on; I think it has something to do with the default shutter speed for different settings (which is automatic). Also, it comes with software that supports Windows Media Player for the movies, and QuickTime seems to manage the files a lot better.
Someone else suggested upgrading to a 128 MB card, which I did, and I have not regretted it. Taking 204 images at the 1 megapixel resolution is pretty cool, plus it allows me abuse the movie feature and use the camera like a camcorder.
Overall, I have had a lot of fun with this camera. (But you might be able to find it cheaper elsewhere)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fuji FinePix 6800 (4 months of ownership)
Okay you Digital Camera buffs!!! This is one hell of a camera. I have taken appx. 1000 shots, and I am impressed each and every time. The resolution is superb, and the overall quality of shots is amazing. Although the manual controls such as white balance and shutter speed is not quite up to SLR standards this is a compact digital camera. About the size of a pack of cigarettes... this baby performs for it's size. I have compared pics taken with a Nikon 880 and Canon PowerShot Series, and the winner is the 6800. The 6 megapixel interpolation with a 3 megapixel CCD is not a true 6 megapixel camera by no way or form. However it does produce prints that are of better quality than the top or the line 3.34 megapixel units within its price range. It's features of Night, Scenery, and Macro add to it's versatility ... and by the way it takes some great night shots. The movie mode records both sound and video, and even allows playback with both video and sound ... a rare feature in digital cameras. Some allow this feature for short intervals the FinePix is no exception... but at a 160 seconds... it is by all means acceptable ... especially for a digital camera. After owning this digital Gem for appx 4 months, and using it's features to it's fullest, I have to say that if you are looking for a system that offers much of the bells & whistles, but require a compact size ... this is the camera for you! The pics I print using an Epson Photo printer is totally AWESOME! The one complaint I have is that this unit sucks the life out of the Lithium Ion batteries required for it's operation (not bad battery life if LCD is turned-off). Puchase a Rapid battery charger (BC80) is recommended. I hope this writing was useful in your quest for Digital excellence. Also, the unit is a very well made solid piece of engineering, using metal alloys instead of plastic!

5-0 out of 5 stars Simpledeals4u
I have owned this product before, and when it came up stolen I wanted the exact same one, So essentially I have bought the Camera twice. The PC cam is super clear and I have recieved amazing photo quality prints from it. I was extremely impresed with "simpledeals4U" and the professionalism and care displayed by this seller, if I want something at a good price in the future I'll look no further than simpledeals4u

5-0 out of 5 stars Multi Talented Mr. Fuji 6800
I have been using the 6800 for about two years now and never seem to have a problem with it yet. Unless you concider the flash fall off in dark places ( Just bump up the flash or ISO ). Somtimes I just want to record my lectures in class so I use it as a recorder. I also use it as a instant web cam at home so I could wave hello to my neice. The battery life last as long as 80 shots!! Now its selling for allot less for what it is worth. The 601 is a little smaller yet the the lense is not as clear. Try it for yourself.

4-0 out of 5 stars good camera
This camera was my leap into "quality" digital cameras. The Porsche Design has been a bonus. I like the way the camera design looks. People have said that it is a "nice looking camera." The only negative is, sometimes when using the VIDEO function, in bright shots (sunny) there will be lines that drop across the screen, not totally blocking the screen though. I like the big video screen on the back of the camera. I like that the camera comes with a cradle that allows video Internet calls and easy downloading of pictures. The editing software that comes with the camera is easy to use. I upgraded to a 128 memory card and haven't looked back.
GOOD camera! Email me with comments, questions or concerns. ... Read more

26. Fujifilm Discovery 312 38-120mm Zoom Date 35mm Camera
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00004TWMH
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 6252
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's Discovery 312 Date 38-120mm zoom camera measures just 5.25 by2.87 by 2.31 inches, but is packed with choices that help you capture the worldaround you. Focus on objects near or far by using the Fujinon Super EBC 38- 120mm, f/5.6 to f/9.9 zoom lens. The real-image viewfinder offers a preview ofthe image you'll be capturing. The active infrared autofocus system has 626focus zones and can focus on images as close as 2.3 feet.

The built-in flash can be switched off at any time and has a range of up to 13.2feet, an automatic mode, a fill-in mode, and a red-eye reduction feature. Thecamera has a night portrait mode, landscape mode, continuous shooting optionwith sequential self-timer, and the option to switch picture format fromstandard to panorama, even in the middle of a roll of film. This model in theDiscovery line can use film from ISO 50 to 3,200. The film is drop-in loaded andis advanced and rewinded automatically by your camera. The quartz date and timeimprinting can be switched on and off. ... Read more


  • Focus on subjects near or far with the 38-120mm zoom lens
  • Built-in flash with several modes and red-eye reduction
  • Drop-in film loading, automatic film prewinding
  • Midroll switchable panorama option
  • Quartz date and time imprinting option

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Camera for your money.
The Small camera with the Big picture. Excellent Pictures, makes a novice look good.

2-0 out of 5 stars Exciting features, disappointing performance
I received this camera as a gift about 5 years ago. I love the ability to take a panoramic shot here and there. It is good for large family shots where you are trying to fit everyone in. I also enjoy the remote control. We used it a lot on our honeymoon. That's the good side.

On the down side, the film advance and zoom are VERY loud. Don't expect to use it in a quiet setting like a wedding. The view finder does not accurately represent the picture; it seems to be offcenter. Because of this, you have to be VERY careful when focusing to make sure that you are getting the *right* part of the view finder on the subject that you want to focus on. In addition, I can't hand off my camera to someone else to take the picture, because it is never in focus. Never was able to get this fixed.

I have "learned" to be able to take decent pictures with it, but even I miss it sometimes...and it is always on the really cute pictures. I have been limping along with it mostly because it worked good enough to tolerate all the "lost" good pictures.

We are now expecting a baby, and I want to be able to get good pictures for myself and to be able to have others take good pictures with it too. So we are shopping for a replacement...Finally...Allelujia!

2-0 out of 5 stars Risky
I just got this camera and was first delighted by all the features it carries within an acceptable price. However, after careful observation, it seems that this camera's design is old and technology outdated since 1993 (this is the default start date set by the camera itself, which makes it risky). Also, it doesnt run smooth and I've heard bad things about Fuji's customer service as mentioned by others. I am disappointed and plan to return it back for an exchange. You are better off with a Nikon 90 QD/120 ED or, if you can afford, a Canon Rebel.
This is a sincere advice: Don't buy this brand!

5-0 out of 5 stars Better pictures than the Canon EOS Rebel and Pentax IQ 145QD

I used one of these cameras a few years ago while my camera was being repaired. Since then, I have tried other cameras, including the more expensive Pentax IQ and the new Canon EOS Rebel 2000. Nothing has come close to the picture quality and ease of use of the Fuji Discovery Cameras. I recently bought the slightly updated version of this camera (the 320 QD) for myself and have loved it.

Unlike the Pentax IQ series, this camera allows you to leave the flash off without keeping the shutter open longer (blurring pictures). It's the only camera that takes excellent shots in a dim cathedral. You would think that newer cameras would be better than this older model, but they just aren't!

The only drawbacks of this camera are its bulky size (which I actually like, because it feels good and solid in my hand) and the rather dim viewfinder. But the pictures never come out dim. If you find the Discovery 320, it comes in a nice silver color with a grey rubber grip on the side. Highly recommended!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great pictures start here!
This is the best camera we've ever owned! The timer and remote finctions enable us to take pictures with both of us actually in them! Versatile, easy to use and very reliable. ... Read more

27. FUJITSU N6010 LifeBook N Series Notebook Computer
list price: $1,899.99
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Asin: B0006IQN2A
Catlog: Personal Computer
Manufacturer: Fujitsu
Sales Rank: 1272
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Product Description

Fujitsu LifeBook N6010 Notebook PC Powerful, All-In-One Design with Dazzling Multimedia Features! The vibrant 17" wide aspect crystal view screen of the LifeBook® N6000 notebook will wow you. The LifeBook N6000 notebook offers the convenience of a notebook with the power of a desktop. Brings your applications, graphics, movies and the internet to life. This dazzling notebook brings a whole new dimension to entertainment and productivity. ... Read more

28. Fujifilm SmartShot III 35mm Camera
list price: $35.99
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Asin: B00004TWM8
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 1207
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's SmartShot III 35mm camera is a good choice for a first camera.Its 33mm focus-free f/9.5 lens can capture subjects as close as 3.9 feet. Thebuilt-in flash can be activated with one touch and has a range from 4 to 10feet. Film loading is easy; advancing and rewinding are manual. Weighing just4.5 ounces and measuring approximately 5 by 3 by 1.5 inches, this camera can becarried in your purse, pocket, briefcase, or backpack, where the built-in lenscover with safety shutter lock will keep your lens safe from scratches. ... Read more


  • Compact 35mm camera
  • Focus-free 33mm f/9.5 lens
  • Built-in electronic flash
  • Manual film advance and rewind
  • Built-in lens cover with safety shutter lock

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Junk!
I used this camera for a vacation and the frist film I put in it the camera broke, I lost some good pictures, so I am not happy one bit. So BEWARE this camera is JUNK>

4-0 out of 5 stars Dependable Basic Camera Ensures Memories in Print
I bought this inexpensive basic camera for those times when I wanted to take a camera along yet did want to have to be real careful with it-- i.e. no huge monetary loss if something happened. The pictures were so great I bought another as a "client loaner" for my clients (I am an attorney) to ensure taking of evidentiary pictures. The product yields above-average quality pictures and we have used them repeatedly as evidentiary documents. It is also very easy to load. I have no doubt I got my money's worth. ... Read more

29. Fujifilm DVD-R 4.7GB 100PK SPINDLE 8X GE ( 25302888 )

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Asin: B0007UQ5AW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 81681
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Product Description

Fuji 8x DVD-R Media - DVD-R - 4.7GB - Thermal Printable, Hub Printable - 120mm StandardThe 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. Fujifilm DVD-R discs achieve a high level of performance, durability, and long archival life. ... Read more

30. DC2120 120MB QIC 80-FMT TAPE CART 1PK

Asin: B00007JO41
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 53268
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31. Fujifilm USB DRIVE 512MB SINGLE BOX2.0 ( 25910342 )

our price: $132.04
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Asin: B0000AZW94
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 12118
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars The Most Amazing Item I have ever Purchased
Im not Kidding, I just purchased new HP tower ($1g's worth) and needed to transfer all Files from laptop. I'm always a little apprehensive trying new tactics with computers that involves my stuff.
I simply inserted the 512MB into USB on lap,, and loaded all, not just hundreds like they mention, but over 3000 files.
The comeplete My Photo's album, all Microsoft Office Word files that were stuffed with sample images of products with descriptions.
I kept checking load after a heavy transfer to Stick,,,and just could not believe how well this worked.
I'm not into formatting hard drives. So this is by far the coolest thing since sliced bread.
The stick just loads itself as a open file ready to copy, clip, paste, anything You want on it. ... Read more

32. FUJI FILM 25910364 Portable 64MB USB Drive

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Asin: B00006HO9I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
Sales Rank: 22026
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  • 64MB of storage space
  • Can hold any kind of data - MP3 files, pictures, video, etc.
  • PC & Macintosh Compatible
  • Requires -(mac) OS 8.6 or above / (pc) Windows 98 SE / Me / 2000 / XP

33. Fujifilm MX600Z 1.5MP Digital Camera w/ 3x Optical Zoom
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00001X5C6
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 3220
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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The Fuji MX-600 Zoom combines digital technology and the features you would expect from a well-equipped conventional 35mm camera. Its Fujinon 3x lens is equivalent to a 35 to 100mm zoom. In addition, this camera features manual and autoexposure, flash, and white balance, as well as a program for aperture priority. The Fuji MX-600 Zoom offers video output, single frame, 4x zoom, and auto and multiframe playback modes. It has both an optical viewfinder and 1.8-inch D-TFD color display.

The MX-600 Zoom comes with a removable SmartMedia card with 4 MB storage, a rechargeable lithium battery, an AC adapter, serial cables, and all the software you need to get started on either the Macintosh or Windows platform. ... Read more


  • 1,280 x 1,024 maximum resolution
  • 3x optical zoom Fujinon lens
  • 24-bit color depth
  • 1.8-inch color LCD monitor
  • Includes removable SmartMedia 4 MB memory card

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars You'll enjoy this camera
This is a really good camera. The image quality is excellent: when this camera is set to "Normal" you get the same picture quality as many other camera's "High Quality" setting. You can choose between three quality levels (Basic, Normal, Fine) and two resolutions (640x480 or 1280x1024).

Using the video-output port with the included cable, you can view images or even do a slide show on any television that has a regular input (RCA composite video). Just think, no more slide trays!

The camera comes with a serial cable and software for both Windows and Macintosh, but as for every SmartMedia camera I HIGHLY recommend using an external card reader, which is much faster than any PCMCIA or Floppy adapter. I use a Feiya USB reader/writer and it works seamlessly. The other item I recommend is a 32MB (or at least 16MB) SmartMedia card. The 4MB card that the unit comes with is not practical. At normal quality/high resolution, a 32MB card will store about 100 images. Using a SmartMedia card reader, it is not necessary to install the software that comes with this camera... you can open the JPEG images directly into any application.

Another great thing about the camera is the internal lithium rechargeable battery. A single charge of this battery can last for 100 shots when you use the 1.7" LCD to frame your pictures, or over 500 shots if you use the traditional viewfinder. This battery will save you $$$ compared to other cameras that just eat up Alkaline batteries and pollute the earth.

I have only two issues with this camera, both of which some people might not care about...

1. After you take a picture, it takes 5 seconds to write the image onto the card before you can take another picture. 2. Occasionally, indoors, when you press the shutter release it doesn't take a picture just when you want it to, you might have to let go, move the camera, and then press the button again because the camera doesn't like the exposure/lighting conditions (unless you're using the manual exposure mode, where you can set your own white balance, exposure levels, flash brightness, and aperture depth).

Other features are 3x optical zoom (equivalent to 105mm), additional 2x digital zoom, filter functions (soft focus and 4 cross filters) and an external flash sync. Although this camera costs more than your average digital camera, you get what you pay for... in terms of image quality, features, and ease of use.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Next Era In Digital Photography
It wasn't that long ago that you could expect to pay £600 plus for a "cutting edge" digital camera with a gob-smacking 350,000 pixel ccd and images that looked like they'd been taken through the bottom of a jam jar, and as a qualified photographer I backed away from the digital scene to concentrate on 35mm and medium format. Well, I've spent the last year or so trying several cheap to midrange cameras, and Fujifilm seem to have got things pretty much spot on with this one. The control over image compression and the various file size options, coupled with a very accomplished 1.5 million pixel (mega-pixel) ccd mean this camera is able to to produce some incredibly detailed shots. Colours are excellent with no obvious weaknesses on any particular shade, and the exposure seems accurate on just about every shot taken. Neutral colours stay neutral(e.g. skintones) and primaries are vivid, giving a lovely sense of sharpness and contrast. Even up close, the flash performs well, with output metered through a front facing sensor, any tendancies to burn out are very well controlled. Also, the 1.8" LCD screen is clean and sharp, and when the light levels make it unuseable, there's always the optical viewfinder to fall back on. Battery life is very respectable for a camera of this type, and the option to use a mains adapter is always there for shots near a power supply. The smart card is a bit of a letdown at only 4 meg, but at this price something has to give, and I'd rather it was the smartcard size than cutting corners on features or build quality. transfer speeds to the PC are a little slow, but considering the file sizes this is hardly surprising, and it's still a damned sight quicker than sending a film to the lab. I honestly think that with its features, performance and price, this is the start of an era where digital cameras begin to threaten traditional photographic techniques for supremacy, and though they're not there yet, this is a huge step in the right direction. If you want to publish your pictures in a magazine or produce a professional calendar, then buy a Leica, but if you want top notch digital images that rival most cheap to midrange 35mm cameras at a sensible price, then put in your order now while you're here.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love it, despite quirks and very slow transfer rate
I bought this camera for Turkey day and have used it a lot over both holidays. I made some user errors at first but now I'm getting great shots consistently. I was a bit disabused to find it cheaper but that's life. Amazon has other advantages such as delivering it to my door the next day even though I only requested standard shipping.

The quality of the images is very good and dramatically superior to regular film cameras in many ways. For example, items in the background don't get overpowered by the flash and foreground items. In an interior shot with flash, you can still see things out the window and in the street, very clearly. Reviewing the images on a computer, you find clear stuff in the background that you didn't even know was there, such as cute expressions on the dog's face, etc.

Once you get the images on your PC, the quality is impressive even with the default jpg compression. Compared to scanned photos, they look at least twice as good, even if you zoom in considerably.

I've only used automatic exposure mode so far, and still gotten great shots. Only about 3 have been blurry. My brother tried the manual mode and liked it too.

Don't bother buying it without a spare flash card, because its included flash card only holds about 10 shots (it's 4Mb). I use a 32Mb card now and seem to have plenty of space on it so far.

Transfer rate to a PC via included cables and software is painfully slow, and it virtually locks up your PC no matter how fast its cpu is. It takes nearly an hour to transfer the whole 32Mb flash card over. During that time you can't even read email. I'm actually here right now on Amazon's pages shopping for a faster way to transfer, such as a flash card reader that uses the floppy drive or USB port. Parallel and serial ports terribly effective. Eyes are often still red. Also, there's a long time between the pre-flash and the final flash. My 9-month son blinks after its first flash, so his eyes are often partially closed during the final flash and exposure.

2. It's too easy to confuse the autofocus feature with taking a shot. If you press lightly, it makes a sound as if it were taking a shot, but it's just autofocusing. I have to remind myself to push again on the shutter, or lose the shot because in fact it's not even taken yet. This is at least partially a user error.

3. The flash recovery time is slow.

4. There's no way to tell how low your battery is until it's almost dead. As a result I tend to charge it whenever I can during family events so it'll be ready for fun. Fuji should include a battery meter in the display.

5. The manual is not very clear on image formats and their respective advantages. There are 3 levels of jpg compression available, but when you drag and drop to you PC there's actually only one in-between level (it's between best and standard - go figure...but actually that's what I would choose anyway). Tiff is poorly explained, and there's no help on Windows versus Unix formats, etc. Not everyone knows about that so the manual should help at least a bit.

Overall it's a great camera and I'd buy it again. ... Read more

34. Lexar 256 MB Compact Flash Card
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35. Fujifilm 32 MB CompactFlash Card

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36. Fujifilm 128 MB CompactFlash Card
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37. Fujifilm 120 35mm Date Camera w/ Zoom
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Catlog: Photography
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Sales Rank: 2170
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You can take photos in practically any environment and be confident that Fuji's Zoom Date 120 35mm camera will come through. Its zoom lens has a 3.2x magnification to provide you a wide range of shooting options. The multimode autoflash compensates for a wide range of light and also reduces the annoying red-eye phenomenon. You can use the night portrait mode and landscape mode to customize the Fuji Zoom Date 120 to your setting for even better pictures.

The optional date-and-time imprinting function lets you keep track of when your photos were taken. Handling film is convenient with its easy film-loading system and automatic film rewinding. The Fuji Zoom Date 120 also has a handy sequential self-timer to use for all those group photos. ... Read more


  • 35mm compact point-and-shoot camera
  • 38-120mm 3.2x zoom lens with autofocus
  • Multi-mode flash features red-eye reduction
  • Automatic film prewinding and advance
  • Quartz date imprinting

38. Fujifilm FinePix 40i 2.4MP Digital Camera /MP3 Player, Silver
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Asin: B00004W1TW
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 5610
Average Customer Review: 4.04 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's FinePix 40i is in a category of its own. Though several manufacturers are producing combination digital camera/MP3 players, all of the other cameras are extremely basic entry-level point-and-shoot models. In contrast, the Fuji 40i is a quality camera that would be worthy of praise even if it didn't feature an integrated MP3 player. Instead of thinking of it as a combination digital camera and MP3 player, it's more accurate to call the 40i a supercompact high-resolution digital camera that also happens to play MP3 files.

With the exception of the lens, the 40i is very similar to Fuji's other SuperCCD cameras (the FinePix 4700 and 4900, for example). Images are captured on a 2.4-megapixel SuperCCD sensor, which features octagonal pixels arrayed diagonally instead of traditional square pixels in a grid. 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.

Featuring a brushed metal case with integrated sliding lens cap, the camera feels well made and sturdy. Its overall dimensions of 3.4 by 2.8 by 1.1 inches make it one of the smallest digital cameras on the market.

Our biggest disappointment with the camera is its lens. Virtually all digital cameras of this resolution and price feature zoom lenses; to cut back on size, weight, and price, Fuji has included only a nonzoom lens. The camera does feature a digital zoom, but this merely crops pixels from the edges of your photo and enlarges the remaining pixels, something you could do just as easily at home after transferring the images to your computer. If you're accustomed to having a zoom lens, you're likely to miss this feature. Otherwise, the 40i has all of the bells and whistles you'd expect in a quality point-and-shoot camera: multimode flash and white balance, self-timer, exposure compensation, macro, movie mode, and more. Some advanced camera features are missing--there's no shutter priority or aperture priority mode and no manual focus, but these features are often missing from all but the highest-end digital cameras.

As an MP3 player, the 40i is perfectly adequate, with good sound quality. You can't take pictures and listen to MP3 files simultaneously, and the included 16 MB SmartMedia card holds only around 15 minutes of music. If you're serious about using the camera as an MP3 player, you'll definitely want to invest in a larger memory card. A pair of AA batteries should power the player for nearly three hours.

To keep the record companies happy, Fuji has included a number of features designed to discourage users from sharing their memory cards. To transfer music to the camera, you'll need to use the included software, included USB cable, and the newer "ID" variety of SmartMedia card (look for an "ID" printed next to the card's capacity). Non-ID cards won't work for music, and you can't play cards recorded on another 40i, a Rio, or a card reader/writer. Like many personal audio products, the Fuji includes a wired remote that lets you control most music functions even when the camera is in a pocket, backpack, or briefcase. As a bonus, the remote also works with the camera, operating both the digital zoom and the shutter release.

If you're a gadget lover who always needs to have the coolest gizmos, the Fuji FinePix 40i is a great choice. Its combination of supercompact, high-quality digital camera and MP3 player is hard to beat.


  • Superbly detailed images from an ultracompact camera
  • Durable, brushed-metal case with integrated lens cap
  • Wired remote controls both MP3 and camera functions
  • High-capacity batteries and charger included


  • No zoom lens
  • Copy protection scheme adds complexity to MP3 download process
  • Included 16 MB memory card too small for serious MP3 use
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2-0 out of 5 stars Small on Size and Features
It's the perfect size, but the lack of a zoom lense kills it. Also,the indoor photos have a redish tint and the quality of the photos fell far short of the Canon Elph 300. The only zoom on the camera is digital zoom -- just like cropping a photo on your computer.

The MP3 player software forces you to convert via a special process, but if you can get the music on to the camera then it's a great plus.

4-0 out of 5 stars missing batterys
were not included in package received as specified on web site ?

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but probably not worth the money.
An excellent camera with a few major faults:
The obvious one - theres no optical zoom. If you look through the viewfinder, and your subject is only taking up a tiny fraction of the display, YOU're the one that's going to have to physically move yourself closer to the subject. The camera cannot do the zooming-in for you.
And secondly, the shutter speed is far too slow. Trust me, you cannot take photos of, say, people dancing. All you'll get is a blur.
Oh, and why Fuji neglected to include the AC Adapter as part of the package is beyond me. Supplying two rechargeable batteries, which take about 13 hours to charge simply isn't on...

That aside, it is a good little camera. TV-Out is more of a gimmic than something you'll use regularly, as the pictures look very fuzzy, even on a decent TV. And it's very very easy to use, and produces very good photos.

But personally, I'd think twice about going for this camera over, say, the Canon Ixus V.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Simple Camera
This is really a simple straight forward tiny digital camera. If you want a huge number of features and a lot of settings this isn't a camera for you.
On the other hand if you want a camera you can take anywhere and tuck in your pocket, you'll never miss a shot with this tiny camera.
It's menus are easy to use, but note that the screen on the back is a bit tiny. No hunting for the flash feature as on many other cameras. It's right on the top so you can flip between Off, Auto FillFlash and Red Eye Reduction.
Great snapshot camera for the pro or as a primary camera for the family photographer who doesn't want to lug around a larger camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars perfect balance
This camera is the perfect balance between high resolution and small size. The photo's I have taken with this camera are so fantastic, that two other picky people from my office finally bit the bullet and bought one too! I have traveled the world for 13 years capturing the moment - therefore -my photo's are important to me. By the same token, if the thing is too large, I am less likely to want to drag it along. This camera is so small, I carry it with me everywhere - traveling or not. It is also easy to use with auto or manual functions if you prefer. The macro lens is great - I have used it in lieu of a document scanner in a pinch. I carry a couple of spare rechargeable batteries (extra 5 bucks) so I am never out of juice and the smart media cards are only limited by MB = hundreds of pictures on one card. Another important consideration is the time it takes the camera to record the shot. Some digitals have more megapixels but are too slow to record initially or between shots. This one is as fast as a film camera. To sum it up - this camera takes beautiful pictures, is easy to operate, fast to act, and small enough to carry in a pocket while skiing. Top this off with ?Ofoto? (Amazon's photo printing service) and the results are amazing - worth framing. If this baby ever dies--> I will buy another one!
The digital video is fun for short takes with sight and sound that can be replayed on the camera. I have never used the MP3 function and I do not care if I ever do.
Best of luck on your camera hunt. From Venice to the Swiss Alps to New Zealand, this is my choice. _ams ... Read more

39. DVD-R 4.7GB 5PK Gen Purpose

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40. Fujifilm Nexia 320ix Z MRC Zoom APS Camera
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Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Fuji's Nexia 320ix Z MRC 23-69mm zoom camera has a focal length rangethat will allow you to capture most subjects favorably. Adding to your creativepossibilities is the ability to select your print format: classic 4 by 6 inches,HDTV 4 by 7 inches, or panorama 4 by 10 inches. This camera's active infraredautofocus has 156 steps, and the built-in pop-up multimode flash has off, auto,and fill-in modes as well as red-eye reduction.

Change from black-and-white to color film, or from fast film to slower with thetouch of a button. This camera's midroll change feature allows you to switchyour film and then switch back again without wasting a single shot. The camerameasures 4.4 by 2.4 by 1.7 inches and weighs 6.1 ounces. ... Read more


  • Fujinon lens zooms from 23-69mm
  • Print format selection of classic, HDTV, and panoramic
  • Built-in multimode flash
  • Switch between different rolls of film with midroll change
  • Date and time quartz imprinting option

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5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT Camera, LOW PRICE!
Fuji did it again...offering it's high-caliber photo technology with the use of APS film. I checked out all major brands, and the reason why I chose Fuji was: Price/value. The Zoom can't be beaten. As for the photo quality, it's fantastic. If you're looking for a fairly priced APS camera with all of the great features such as zoom, this is the one to buy.

2-0 out of 5 stars Just for Snapshots
If I had had the chance to use this camera for a day or two before I bought it, it wouldn't have been "bought". It really is just for snapshots of birthday parties and wading pools. Black and White photos were a disappointment--the color was all off. Enlargements were not sharp and landscapes or distance photos were ill defined. I wouldn't buy it again--which means that I will be buying something else soon, so it was a waste of money.

4-0 out of 5 stars A fantastic go-anywhere camera
I'd recommend this camera to everyone. It's simple to use and makes a great entry camera for anyone that has been considering getting a new one. However, it still gives good results so even the demanding photographer can be pleased with what comes out. I've got a decent 35mm setup (body and several lenses, etc) but if I don't want to take it with me, this pocket size wonder is what I pick up.

The camera's layout is good, all the functionality you need, and the ease of use of and APS system camera. The zoom (about 35-80 in 35mm terms) has a good range and even the flash seems strong for such a small body.

It'd make a great gift for anyone. ... Read more

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