Fujifilm FinePix F402

Announced Sep 19, 2002 •
2 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 39 mm
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This was actually my wife's. It was a good camera when it was able to take pictures.. compact, great pics, no hassle... it does what it supposed to do.. take point and shoot pictures... Problems: in mid 2005 the LCD turned grey.. never bothered to go to fuji service centre.. well, had it planned actually, but then I read other people's review on this site.. especially on the 401 (I got one).. some got the same problem. The reparation fee is uneconomical.. am gonna get a 2nd hand digicam with ...

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Bought this for my wife and have been very impressed and surprised with the quality of the photo's. It is an excellent point and shoot that can be taken anywhere with ease. I don't see much difference in the 4M -vs- true 2.1M mode, so we leave it in 2.1M mode. Photo quality overall is excellent, especially considering its size. Very fast operation across all functions. Battery run time is excellent and the power management intelligence is as good as I've seen (having owned 5 digital ...

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just understand what you are going to buy: a really well built camera with a very good design, small and light enough to be carried along everyday. simple to use, quick on startup and image storage. easy to handle, in spite of such thin body (better than minolta x series). image quality is average, pleasent colors and excellent macro mode, but poor detail in landscape shoots, flash well balanced, but too weak. almost no chance of getting acceptable quality in night shoots, because of poor ...

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A gift for my son; very nice toy: easy to use and very small to take. Good for macros, very fast and precise autofocus. 150 shot with a battery charge. Good at 200 iso; in particular situation (tree, leaves, macros) good also at 1600 (1mp). Samples: Six shots (at the end of this page; later in a dedicated gallery): http://digilander.libero.it/xpan/index.html Problems: Useless 4 Mp interpolation: similar results at 2Mp (also in printing). One general failure (with lens block): I had to ...

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I take outdoor pictures almost exclusively. I find that the superb ease of use, quick picture speed under all but the most dim light conditions, auto lens cover when camera is off, and balanced, easily edited pictures show this camera to have remarkable utility for such an ultracompact design. It does lack zoom and tripod compatibility, and the 4 megapixel is interpolated. However, I find the 4 megapixel fine setting to produce much better shots than several other more expensive true 3 ...

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I am a user in Taiwan I got it for US$350, an extra 64M XD card for US$40 Body: Well made aluminum body, very compact, fits any pocket. feels slightly heavy but quit sturdy when shooting. LCD: only 96% coverage, very bright and sharp, colors shown on LCD even more vivid than the photo taken. Start time: 1.8s Focus lag: 0.5s---very fast in well illuminated situation, but under dim light-- nothing is focused. Shoot to shoot intervals: about 2s It's a fast performer Features: nothing special ...

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