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81. Fujifilm Nexia 20 Auto APS Camera
$32.99 $32.98 list()
82. Fuji 04030345 Q1 Compact Aps Camera
$99.88
83. FUJI FILM ZOOM DATE 135V 35mm
$41.99 $35.00 list($79.99)
84. Fujifilm 128 MB XD Picture Card
$45.99 $24.68 list($79.99)
85. Fujifilm BC65 Rapid Travel Battery
$25.99 $22.22 list()
86. Fujifilm 64 MB XD Card
$89.99 $36.98 list()
87. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB(100 pack)
$44.99 $23.48 list()
88. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB Spindle (50
Too low to display $30.86 list($52.95)
89. FujiFilm AR-FX9 Lens Adapter Ring
$15.18 list($15.74)
90. Fuji CD-R/DVD Slim Jewel Case,
$24.99 $9.99 list()
91. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB (25 pack)
$9.94 $8.17 list()
92. Fuji 50CDRC CD-R / DVD Slim Jewel
$30.13
93. Fuji DVD+RW Rewritable 4.7 GB
$18.99 $9.95 list($23.00)
94. Fujifilm 3.5in. Double Density
$49.99 $29.11 list()
95. Fuji 4.7 GB / 120 min DVD+R Spindle
$7.94 list($12.99)
96. Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 35mm
$10.09 $2.96 list($10.99)
97. Fujifilm 400 Speed 25 Exposure
$33.99 $19.99 list()
98. Fujifilm DLTtape IV Data Cartridge
$9.99 $9.39 list($15.99)
99. Fujifilm Superia 800 Speed 24
$14.99 list()
100. Fujifilm 32 MB xD Picture Card

81. Fujifilm Nexia 20 Auto APS Camera
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004TWMI
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 1433
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Fuji's Nexia 20 Auto 24mm camera is a point-and-shoot camera with adifference. As part of Fuji's Nexia line of cameras for the 24mm Advanced PhotoSystem, this camera offers print format selection. The Fujinon focus-free lenscan capture images as close as 3.3 feet, and the flash ranges from 3.3 to 8.2feet. The built-in flash features red-eye reduction and a fill-in mode.Measuring just 4.62 by 2.37 by 1.56 inches and weighing 4.8 ounces, the Nexia 20is small enough to carry almost anywhere and is equipped to capture the worldaround you. ... Read more

Features

  • Entry-level camera with Fujifilm's 24mm Advanced Photo System
  • Focus-free lens
  • Built-in automated flash with red-eye reduction
  • Bright, oversized real-image viewfinder
  • Motorized film advance and rewind

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Worth It
Snapshot cameras operate on such a simple principle that I didn't think it was possible to take such out-of-focus images. Well now it is, thanks to the Nexia 20.

I've owned and used many different 35mm cameras in the past, and I was able to produce some kind of workable image with every one of them, even the wind-up snapshot camera I have. This one I gave a try to get a feel for what APS can do.

I took pictures from 3 feet away, 10 feet away, and at great distance. I took them in daylight, and I took them with a flash. I took them in a box, and I took them with a fox, but nothing I could do would make a single picture I took with this camera appear in focus.

The view lens doesn't line up either, so if you think you're taking a picture of your friends, you're actually taking a picture of your friends from the neck down.

The problem with making a discount APS camera is you can't take away features to make it more affordable (it requires automatic film advance/rewind and print format selection) so all you can do is make everything cheaper. Which they most certainly did.

My advice is to go with a 35mm camera in this price range, or to buy a more expensive camera if you must have APS.

In short, this should be sold as a paper-weight or maybe as a Rubik's cube-type toy (try opening the loaded film compartment without a chisel), but this thing is no camera.

4-0 out of 5 stars good price
This small camera is terrific for that trip that you are going!, Is very light, and image quality is very nice. ... Read more


82. Fuji 04030345 Q1 Compact Aps Camera with Built-in Flash

our price: $32.99
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Asin: B0002EQUIK
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
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Features

  • 24mm APS film camera, 22mm wide-angle lens
  • Active autofocus and auto-flash with red-eye reduction
  • Unique metallic design with neck cord
  • Drop-in loading, auto advance and rewind
  • Mid-roll rewind with special button

83. FUJI FILM ZOOM DATE 135V 35mm Automatic Point-&-Shoot Film Camera

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Asin: B0009PL4AG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji Film
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Features

  • Active infrared auto focusing system - 2.9 feet to infinity
  • Fujinon 38 - 135mm (3.6x) zoom lens, f/5.2 - 11.0
  • Drop-in Film Loading
  • Stylish, compact design
  • Real image type zoom viewfinder

84. Fujifilm 128 MB XD Picture Card
list price: $79.99
our price: $41.99
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Asin: B00006DY6M
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 160
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Early Adopters Pick: August 2002. The smallest and most lightweight flash card available with fast read/write speeds paired with high-capacity storage; compatible with new lines of Fuji and Olympus digital cameras.

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 about the size of a penny and weighs less than one-tenth of an ounce. The 128 MB capacity card can record data at 3 MBps and offers a read speed of 5 MBps. ... Read more

Features

  • High-capacity flash memory format for digital cameras
  • 128 MB storage capacity
  • 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 (32)

5-0 out of 5 stars Stop whining....
This format works just fine. I can't understand the issue people are having with this card. Yes it is new and it is more expensive. Remember what the other format cards cost when they were new?? The price is already dropping on xD cards now.

My Fuji Camera takes amazing pics and I dont care if it has a different format card in it. I dont plan to use it in another camera. This card uses less power and writes faster than older formats. To me this is a very important feature. It works and it works well.

Technology is improving. What, should we just stop and all be happy with one format that is developed? Did these people complain to Sony when the CD was developed? What about to Mercedes because they developed the air-bag and antilock brakes in cars?? Things change....get over it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product, Speed and Memory
I Highly recommend the XD digital cameras and XD memory cards. I purchased a Fujifilm S5000 digital camera which came with a standard Fujifilm 16mb card. I upgraded to this Fujifilm 128mb XD card and have had no regrets or problems. A good deal for a price of around $50 to $65 dollars. You can double the memory, 256mb, for around $110 dollars. I found the Olympus 128mb XD card is cheaper in price than the Fuji, but when I researched them both, the Olympus card when you touch the connectors the memory, in some incidents, have been erased. This was a risk I was not going to chance for $2 to $6 dollars less in price. In the 6M quality mode ( 2816 x 2120 pixels ) I can get approx 90 photos and 165 photos in the 3M quality mode ( 2048 x 1536 pixels ).

The XD high speed can greatly enhance the user's experience with the product. A photographer can take & store new pictures or view existing images on the LCD screen more quickly with the XD Picture Card than with other, slower media formats. This means less battery drainage!

The Con's,
Small: could easily be misplaced or lost.
Price: the XD card is a little bit more expensive than other memory cards, but you get what you pay for!

5-0 out of 5 stars tell the truth--
the Fuji and Olympus xD cards DO NOT cost 2-21/2x the other types available and in use today--I understand change is difficult for some folks but telling untruths about a new product is unacceptable---the xD card is faster and uses less battery juice which helps the photographer by making battery charge or change less frequent(saves money and time)--therefore, any small difference in initial purchase costs will be repaid many times over duting the life of the card--watch where you buy electronics and get the best prices before you spend your dollars (buy Amazon.com)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product and Memory
I Highly recommend the XD digital cameras and XD memory cards. I purchased a Fujifilm S5000 digital camera which came with a standard Fujifilm 16mb card. I upgraded to this Fujifilm 128mb XD card and have had no regrets or problems. A good deal for a price of around $50 to $65 dollars. You can double the memory, 256mb, for around $110 dollars. I found the Olympus 128mb XD card is cheaper in price than the Fuji, but when I researched them both, the Olympus card when you touch the connectors (example: removing from camera) the memory, in some incidents, have been erased. This was a risk I was not going to chance for $2 to $6 dollars less in price. In the 6M quality mode ( 2816 x 2120 pixels ) I can get approx 90 photo's and 165 photo's in the 3M quality mode ( 2048 x 1536 pixels ).

The XD high speed can greatly enhance the user's experience with the product. A photographer can take & store new pictures or view existing images on the LCD screen more quickly with the XD Picture Card than with other, slower media formats. This means less battery drainage!

The Con's - *Small: could easily be misplaced or lost. *Price: the XD card is a little bit more expensive than other memory cards, but you get what you pay for!

1-0 out of 5 stars Do We Really Need Yet Another Flash Memory Format?
Sure, the read/write speed is fast. Sure, it's supposed to be energy efficient. But -- puhLEEEEEZ! Compact flash was fine at first, but doesn't make the grade in today's minuscule digital cameras. The SD (Secure Digital) format, however, does. Here's the kicker -- you can get an SD card with up to 1 gig of storage. The xD format hasn't even started shipping a 256 megabyte card yet. Yes, the Fuji and Olympus cameras (the only two that take the xD format) are terrific gadgets. But there are SD-compatible cameras that are just as good and, frankly, somewhat cheaper. Why not buy one of them instead? ... Read more


85. Fujifilm BC65 Rapid Travel Battery Charger for A340, F410, F700 & F810 Digital Cameras
list price: $79.99
our price: $45.99
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Asin: B000085BB4
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 1889
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86. Fujifilm 64 MB XD Card

our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00006DY6K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 376
Average Customer Review: 3.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

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 64 MB capacity card can record data at 3 MBps and offers a read speed of 5 MBps. ... Read more

Features

  • High-capacity flash memory format for digital cameras
  • 64 MB storage capacity
  • 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 (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars The XD Picture Card is fast and efficient
Although a little expensive for its size, it is very fast when deleting, viewing, and taking photos. The 64MB card is a good size, taking about 101 photos on a 2 megapixel camera with the highest quality, which is plenty for a home use digital camera. I have experienced other cards, such as SmartMedia and CompactFlash and they are bulky and are considerably slower. Although it could be my previous cameras, I believe the cards have a greater impact. Also, about the price, the price for the cards are going down. Don't listen to bad reviewers...they are just bitter that their cameras are out of date and do not feature the XD picture cards.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fuji and Olympus Leading the Pack
I received a Fuji 3800 Digital Camera, 64K Xd Memory Card and Fuji Card Reader for Christmas. The camera is excellent for someone who wants a digital camera with excellent optical zoom for the price. The smaller compact memory cards are the wave of the future. The Fuji Card Reader is extremely easy to use a very fast to transfer pictures from and Xd or Smart Media memory card. Just leave in plugged in and the software automatically recognizes when you've inserted a memory card. Best of all it doesn't drain your camera's batteries.

5-0 out of 5 stars So far, so good.
I bought two 64MB XD picture cards, thinking I'd have one for backup if anything went wrong with one of them. I have yet to use the second one, and could probably have just gotten away with using the 16MB card that came with the camera as backup. Then again, if I did more travelling, it's like having two would be a smart move. I have no complaints about these XD cards.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great new format
I think these are great, I get a lot more battery life and they allow the camera to be much smaller...they may not be industry standard, but they were created by Olympus and Fuji, so even if they just become the standard in those two companies they'll stay around for quite some time.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not standard
Although the card itself is not bad technology, it is NOT the standard (which is compact flash, CF). If you ever upgrade to a better camera or another device that uses memory cards (MP3 players, or SLR camera, etc) then you'll lose your investment in these XD cards. Also, since they are proprietary and non standard they cost more per megabyte. I would never purchase a camera that uses non standard proprietary cards (like Sony, which uses their own "memory sticks" or Fuji and the XD cards). But if you already bought a camera which requires them, then you really have no choice. Standards are important with new technology (remember betamax vs. VHS) so that early adopters don't have equipment that becomes obsolete, or unduly pricey due to lack of competition.

If you have a choice, try to buy devices that use CF (compact flash) and protect your investment. Just my two cents. ... Read more


87. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB(100 pack)

our price: $89.99
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Asin: B000246VFC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Media
Sales Rank: 17130
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Features

  • 4.7 GB of storage space
  • Single use DVD-R discs for DVD-R burner
  • Store up to 120 minutes of video
  • Highly compatible for viewing with most DVD players
  • Comes in a quantity of 100 DVD-Rs on a spindle

88. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB Spindle (50 pack)

our price: $44.99
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Asin: B0000DC640
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 9018
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Features

  • 4.7 GB of storage space
  • Single use DVD-R discs for DVD-R burner
  • Store up to 120 minutes of video
  • Highly compatible for viewing with most DVD players
  • Comes in a quantity of 50 DVD-Rs on a spindle

89. FujiFilm AR-FX9 Lens Adapter Ring for FinePix S602 & S7000
list price: $52.95
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Asin: B00008KX5W
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fujifilm
Sales Rank: 545
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Features

  • 55mm adapter ring for Finepix 4900, 6900, and S602 cameras
  • Attach wide angle lens for more wider picture information
  • Use a telephoto lens for long-distance photography
  • Also accepts filters and other screw-on lenses for more photographic expression

90. Fuji CD-R/DVD Slim Jewel Case, color ( 100 pack )
list price: $15.74
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Asin: B0000CFYM9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 2742
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91. Fuji DVD-R 4.7 GB (25 pack)

our price: $24.99
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Asin: B0000DC64O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 9007
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Features

  • 4.7 GB of storage space
  • Single use DVD-R discs for DVD-R burner
  • Store up to 120 minutes of video
  • Highly compatible for viewing with most DVD players
  • Comes in a quantity of 25 DVD-Rs on a spindle

92. Fuji 50CDRC CD-R / DVD Slim Jewel Cases, multi-color ( 50 pack )

our price: $9.94
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Asin: B00012XD0G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: FUJI
Sales Rank: 1831
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Features

  • Hold CDs, DVD, CD-R/RWs etc.
  • Multiple colors for organization

93. Fuji DVD+RW Rewritable 4.7 GB / 120 Min Disc (15 pack spindle)

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Asin: B0002M5QX2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Media
Sales Rank: 18363
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Features

  • 4.7 GB of storage space
  • Rewritable DVD+RW discs for DVD+RW burner
  • Store up to 120 minutes of video
  • Highly compatible for viewing with most DVD players
  • Comes in a quantity of 15 DVD+RWs on a spindle

94. Fujifilm 3.5in. Double Density Floppy Disk - IBM Formatted (50-Pack, Assorted Colors)
list price: $23.00
our price: $18.99
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Asin: B00005TZ9O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 30824
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Features

  • Reliable, extremely portable storage
  • Package contains 50 disks in assorted colors
  • Formatted for IBM-compatible systems
  • Data capacity of 1.44 MB formatted
  • Integrated cleaning systems protects and preserves

95. Fuji 4.7 GB / 120 min DVD+R Spindle ( 50 pack )

our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000YTXSG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 4285
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96. Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400 35mm Film (4-Pack)
list price: $12.99
our price: $7.94
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Asin: B00004TWLZ
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 691
Average Customer Review: 4.78 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This package includes four rolls of Fuji 35mm Superia X-TRA 400 ASAcolor print film with 24 exposures per roll. The X-TRA 400 speed deliversexcellent results when shooting action subjects or shooting in low lightconditions. The Superia X-TRA has a patented 4th color sensitive emulsion layerdesigned to capture true color even under fluorescent lights. The two-stagetiming DIR couplers improve color brilliance, enhance edges for sharpness, andimprove the rendition of reds and purples. The film is DX coded for use incompact automatic cameras. It can be developed using standard CN-16 or C-41processing. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm color print film
  • 400 ASA
  • For action or low-light shots
  • Patented 4th color sensitive emulsion layer
  • Captures true color even under fluorescent lights

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great film!
I use this film just normally for everyday stuff. It isn't grainy when you enlarge the photos, and the colors are just outstanding. I use the 800 for the really important stuff though because I think the colors are more vibrant. But, for just vacations, stuff around the house, the 400 will do a great job. Anything less it basically a waste of money. I shoot at least a roll a week just of everyday life and this is the one that I choose all the time. I have a basket full!

5-0 out of 5 stars I love this film
This film has great color production and performance. The price is also just right. You can't go wrong with the Fujifilm Superia X-TRA 400.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best all around film
Modern 400 speed films are better in every way than the slow 100 speed films when I first started shooting 35mm. Because of this I see no reason to shoot anything slower than ISO 400 these days. Of all the color films I like Fuji Superia the best; the colors are rich and saturated without looking unatural. Grain and sharpness are very good for a fast film. This is now my standard film. I buy bricks of Fuji Superia X-TRA and onsies and twosies of everything else and my pictures have never looked better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Amateur Color Film
I've used this film on a few occasions under different lighting situations and I suggest everyone who's into photography from the level of beginner to professional to use this film. My prefered method of using this film is a combonation of exsisting light and strobe...including on camera flash! It's a great price and provided you process using a professional laboratory, the results will be extremely pleasing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Kodak vs. Fuji Film
As I have read the previous comments about the superiority of Fugi film to Kodak (and I agree in part), however, it should be pointed out that the reason Fugi film worked so well on the Long Island sound photo shoot is because Fugi film lends itself more to the greens and blues in the color spectrum while the Kodak films lend themselves more to the warm yellows, oranges and deep reds of sunsets and Vermont landscapes in the fall. Fugi film is exceptional but its quility is limited just as is Kodak. ... Read more


97. Fujifilm 400 Speed 25 Exposure APS Film (3 Pack)
list price: $10.99
our price: $10.09
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Asin: B00004TWM3
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 933
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Comparable Fuji vs. Kodak APS film
I performed extensive tests (about 2 rolls each) of Fuji and Kodak APS films at 100, 200, and 400 ASA, using a Canon ELPH camera (the original aspherical zoom lens model). I shot a variety of outdoor scenes in a variety of lighting conditions (e.g. downtown skyscraper architectural with bright clear blue sunny skies, flowers and trees with both bright sun and shade, rock close-ups in overcast). I shot a few indoor locations, without a flash at ASA 400, with flash for the others. I examined the results for color, range, clarity and grain. Here's what I saw:

For ASA 100, Kodak kicked butt. Clearly better color rendition, and much, much tighter grain and better detail in all the bright lighting situations, especially with panorama print.

For ASA 400, I was pleasantly surprised that Fuji really outperformed the Kodak film. Fuji had vibrant blues and was good all across to the reds. Kodak felt washed out on the blue side, weirdly. Also surprising was that Fuji had tighter grain in bright conditions; they both looked grainy of course in lower light, but the Fuji somehow felt smoother or less chunky in the blown-up panorama prints. It also seemed to have better tonal range in both light and dark settings.

Frankly, neither of the ASA 200 films seemed acceptable to me for outdoor shots; indoors with flash, both were OK and Kodak was maybe better color. Outside, they both felt lower contrast/saturation, subsequently cramped color, didn't have the tight grain of the 100, and didn't work as well in low light and indoors (without flash) as the 400. Just seemed not worth it compared to the two options.

1-0 out of 5 stars Go For the Kodak
You get what you pay for... In many places and stores the Fuji film is less exppensive than the Kodak. Spend the extra 2 dollars and buy the Kodak. I bought the Fuji film because it was on sale, the first roll that i shot was okay, except that my friend was using the exact same camera as me (Olympus) and he shot w./the Kodak 400 ISO and it was much sharper and much better quality than my shots. Then the second roll of the Fuji i put in jamed and i had to get my camera fixed for a cost of 20 dollars. The peeople at the repair shop said that the film was made improperly and that is why it got stuck in my camera. I will never buy Fuji film again, their developing process is also sub-par compared w/Kodak but i won't disuss that here. Save yourself the touble buy the Kodak.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, vivid photos
Recently I shot several hundred photos with my Elph 2 camera using both Fuji and Kodak film. The pictures were taken under a wide range of lighting conditions. To my eyes, the photos taken with Fuji 400 film are consistently brighter with more vivid colors than those taken with Kodak film. Fuji 400 is now the only film that I buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent performance
I've run a lot of this film at ASA400 and ASA200 through a Fuji Tiara 1010 APS camera, and have gotten excellent results with it. The Fuji's fixed focal length lens is nice and sharp, and the combination of the sharp lens with this film produces brilliantly colored, sharp photos. I've had a number of photos with this film blown up to 8 x 12 size, and it's surprising how sharp and ungrainy the photos are. You really can't see the grain all that well except at ASA400 looking at a patch of blue sky. I've framed and mounted some of these photos on the wall of my office, and have gotten many compliments on them over the last several months by people who've dropped by my office. (Of course, it helps that these photos were of the Bryce Canyon Nat'l Park Amphitheater. Bryce Canyon has to be about the most photogenic place on earth.) If the person is a knowledgeable photographer, they're always surprised to find out the photos were taken with an APS camera with its smaller film format and relatively fast, ASA400 film. One thing I've noticed is that this film doesn't punch up the color intensities, especially in the green and blue range, as much as the Fuji Velvia series, which produces the most riotous colors you could possibly want. If you want really brilliant and intense colors, you can't beat the Velvia film. The Nexia film is closer to actual reality, and sometimes I prefer that to the Velvia. Either way, I've gotten good results from both films.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3 films at a Reduced price!!
Well, who can argue with buying a 3 pack at less than it would normally cost?! Fuji films are reliable and the 400 series are almost brilliant in all conditions, light, dark, misty, it suits them all. It's an all purpose film at a great cost. Buy them if you need them, If not, then don't!! ... Read more


98. Fujifilm DLTtape IV Data Cartridge ( 26112088 )

our price: $33.99
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Asin: B00005U1AJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji Photo Film
Sales Rank: 18794
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Features

  • Reliable, long archival life
  • Up to 70GB on DLT 7000
  • Up to 40GB on DLT 4000

99. Fujifilm Superia 800 Speed 24 Exposure 35mm Film (4 Pack)
list price: $15.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004TWM0
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 1518
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Fuji Superia 800 pack includes four rolls of 35mm 800 ASA colorprint film with 24 exposures per roll. Fuji Superia 800 is Fujifilm's fastest,multipurpose color film. It is ready for virtually any picture-taking occasion. Its speed, wide exposure latitude, and fine grain are particularly designed toachieve natural color reproduction in low light conditions without a flash, fastaction sports, or general use with compact zoom lens cameras. The film is DXcoded for use with automatic cameras and can be developed using standard CN-16or C-41 processing. ... Read more

Features

  • 35mm color print film
  • 800 ASA
  • Fine grain
  • Wide exposure latitude
  • Natural color reproduction

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome film!
I use this film in my Canon Rebel and just love it! Most of what I take looks like a postcard with this film. I've photographed things in the worst lighting conditions with no problems whatsoever with this film. It can be light at times, depending on the developer, but all-in-all, I'm VERY satisfied with this film and buy it quite frequently. Most of what I use it for are photographs of family, but it is also used for items pictured on ebay and it just does a wonderful job. I can't recommend this film enough!

1-0 out of 5 stars vacation
I was unable to use this film in my camera. I bought 12 rolls and had to return them. I have a Samsung Fino 105S Maxima Zoom. I am only able to use either the 100, 200, or 400 speeds in my camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars No bargain!
I was expecting a deal! Without trying too hard I can get this product for under [amt] and even less with a coupon.

3-0 out of 5 stars This film is definitely worth your money
Seeing as how I don't develop my own film, I depend on the developer and the developer makes prints at the exact film rating. This is definitely good film - Fuji does bring out the color in my pictures! Despite the graininess of ISO 800, the results were sharp too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fuji brings great color to a film for Zoom Cameras!
I chose Fuji Superia 800 for use in my Canon EOS RebelX 35mm with a 80-300mm zoom lens. I enjoy doing portrait photography of young children, and sometimes experiment with films. This film provided for great color saturation. The greens, blues, and yellows just leap from the page. Although the yellows seemed to be a bit heavy in some of the pictures, it still provided for a great shot. This 800 speed film does become a little grainy when enlarged to 8x10. However, for the money, it's nice to know I can shoot my friend's football game and get some great portraits of my nieces on the same roll. This film is great, because you can't always plan for what photo taking opportunities lay ahead. ... Read more


100. Fujifilm 32 MB xD Picture Card

our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006DY6J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Fuji
Sales Rank: 368
Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

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

Features

  • High-capacity flash memory format for digital cameras
  • 32 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 Nothing but cool
The xD Card is super small and super cool. What I also like is the convenience of using the FujiFilm USB jump-drive available for $29 which allows you to use the card as a double for file storage, and is a great method of taking a fist full of pics to share with the family.

I'm definitely happy. Incidentally, I bought the FinePix S3000 camera which uses the xD card. There were consistent reviews about problems with indoor pictures with the camera in limited light. The flash does just fine indoors, and I was amazed with the battery life after so many flash shots.

4-0 out of 5 stars Complainers still listen to their 8 track tapes
A new format is a good thing. If you dont like change then dont use it. There is no reason to complain. This is a fine way to store pictures, and there is nothing wrong with technological advancement. Good products live on (mostly) and bad ones go away.
The xD is smaller and faster, and has more potential in the long run. If a better one comes along, so be it. It seems to be reliable in terms of storing memory. Isnt that the most important thing?

1-0 out of 5 stars Lose this Format!
Just another example of technology forcing us to upgrade. I have been uising SmartMedia for three years, love my Olympus Cameras and now we are going to have this forced down our throats?

Maybe PDA's and MP3's need this, but the camera format we had was just fine!

Do not succumb!

4-0 out of 5 stars Tiny and promising, but do we really need it?
Measuring at an incredibly small 0.8 x 1.0 x 0.07 inches, xD picture cards are a new flash storage format jointly developed by Fuji and Olympus, the two largest manufacturers of digital cameras in the world, as a futuristic successor to the SmartMedia card. The xD cards are actually manufactured by Toshiba, known for its promotion of the competing Secure Digital (SD) flash storage format, and are about 1/3 the size of a SmartMedia card and slightly smaller than SD and MMC cards. (Confused by the alphabet soup yet?)

Sidebar: xD stands for "extreme digital"

But smallness does not mean lameness. Fuji and Olympus promise very high read/write speeds (3MB/sec for writes and 5MB/sec for reads) as well as lower power consumption for the xD cards. They also claim that eventually xD's capacity will reach 8GB (!!!), although no timetable has been set. Right now xD cards come in 32MB, 64MB, 128MB and 256MB flavors, and generally cost 50% more than same-capacity SD cards, but their prices are likely to drop quickly as more digital cameras accept the format.

Which brings us to the critical question, how many digital cameras accept xD cards? Not many at this point, and digital cameras that accept SmartMedia cannot use xD. But given the market clout of Olympus and Fuji, we'll surely see more xD-friendly models soon. The question is whether other camera producers (Canon, Nikon, Kodak, Toshiba...) will also adopt the technology. My prediction is since Canon has made a commitment to continued use of CompactFlash, they are unlikely to go with the xD. Toshiba manufactures xD cards for Fuji and Olympus, so they may adopt it if they see serious commitment by the latter two.

Since so far few cameras use the xD format, there is little real-world comparison between xD and competing formats such as SD and Sony's MemoryStick/MemoryStick PRO. Whether you'll need xD is entirely dependent on whether the digital camera you choose will accept it. My advice is pick a digital camera without regard to the storage format it takes, because all the formats out there -- SD, MMC, SM, CF, MS, and now xD -- get the job done.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine. Whats not to like?
No problems here. Holds more pictures than my 13 year old can take in 24 hours. ... Read more


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