Fujifilm FinePix 2300

Announced Feb 1, 2001 •
2 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 36 mm
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Firstly, my I make readers aware of PC World's advertising practices within the UK. This camera was advertised on their website for gbp149.00, after a trip to the local store i was informed this offer was web only, and for one day only...boxing day. The advert was still on the website on the 29 dec. I bought the camera else where and was amazed. under quick inspection, photo quality was comparable to that of my minolta 404si. Problems: lens cap, (lack of), also lack of case

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I have the 2200 model, which as far as I can tell is the same specification but only available in Dixons/PCWorld here in the UK. Very pleased with camera. No real problems. Recommend you buy rechargeable batteries! Problems: Only gripe is the light level on the LCD preview screen. Makes framing in low light a bit of a hit and miss affair.

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Spots! Be prepared to lose at least 10% of your indoor photos to "noise" spots that show up due to flash reflecting off dust particles. REAL annoying. Otherwise, a great camera for the money. Problems: Dust spots.

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The camera is really light and fits in my front pants pocket and the picture quality is very good. You can take this anywhere. The flash is strong, but it tends to overexpose, or make certain parts of the picture alot lighter than others. i think that's pretty standard with a flash used inside and close up. It does have some manual settings for exposure, so you may be able to improve picture quality if you do it yourself. the software is really easy to use and downloading the pictures ...

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Its a very good first digital camera and is a perfect replacement for the family auto-focus 35mm. The interface is simple, straightforward, and quick to use. The pictures are very good for the price and having a USB connection is an excellent feature. I do a bit of web design and this is perfect for gathering images. Problems: Very poor images in low light. If you're not in bright sunlight or don't have a tri-pod, you're going to have a great deal of trouble getting clear pictures.

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I received this camera 3 weeks ago as a ,"What do you want for your birthday kind of gift?" I had been doing a little research looking for a cheap little digital camera that I could learn to take digital photos on and this was high on the list. Then, lo and behold on "techbargains.com" they posted a 25% off coupon for HSN.com. Lets see, $189-25%=$142! How could I go wrong? And go wrong is not the case with this camera....I find it's photo quite exceptional and it's ease of use is perfect. ...

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I bought this camera New-In-Box from a seller on eBay.com, and couldn't be happier with it! I feel I have DEFINATELY gotten my money's worth! I don't think a person could go wrong by buying one! Problems: The picture size tends to be a bit large for web-use, but that is easily remedied by using the lower quality settings. Battery life is low (even with the expensize Lithium Batteries...). It only includes an 8Mb smart media card.

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Great picture output compared to the Kodax DX3500. BUT my unit will show white spots when many pictures are in a very short time. Easy to use. Battery life is good with 1300mAh nimh batteries(x4). Flash is relatively weak. No rubber grips, on a smooth case it is sometime tricky to hold. Useable macro 3.5 inches minimum. No video out- I personally have no use for it for now. Easy loading software. No lens cap. Problems: white spots develop when many pictures are taken in quick series. I think ...

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I take this camera everywhere - no kidding - I take pictures of my lunch sometimes. It's small, it's easy to use, it is definitely not a battery hog either. It is simply a simple and very inexpensive (I paid $199 and it included a 32mb Smart Media card and the std. 8mb). With the 32 mb card and the resolution set to 1600 x 1200, normal it holds an estimated 79 shots. Excellent image quality. The included Fuji Film FinePixViewer software is also excellent for viewing, reviewing, and ...

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This is the camera for you either as a point & shoot or to do some pretty serious work with. Its cheap, easy to use and most importantly takes great pictures especially in good sunlight. You will not find a better camera for the price or slightly higher for that matter - Well worth thinking about. I brought mine from 1stcameras.com - a Fuji specialist in Staffordshire for 200.00 UKP, cheaper than elsewhere found - well worth a visit. The software provided is also useful, unless you have a ...

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