FujiFilm FinePix 2650 (FinePix A204)

Announced Aug 1, 2002 •
2 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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This Fuji camera had "focus error" problem six weeks after purchase. Before the problem occurred, I had been pleased with the ease of use and quality of images. The settings are accessible through menus visible on the LCD screen. This took a little getting used to, but I was eventually able to become quite adapt at making changes quickly (different flash modes, timer, etc.) Problems: The "focus error" problem. The lens would not retract. The camera would not take a photo. I tried the tips ...

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This is my first digi-cam. I was shopping in $200 (US) / 2MP category. Overall I'm satisfied. I have not printed anything, but for the screen the camera is more than enough. Quality is good. You can check out my 3 galleries at: http://www.stan888.com/peace_rally/index.html The software that comes with this cam is only enough to transfer images to your computer. Two sets of alkaline battries lasted 1 day = 75 images, 1 x 45-second movie, ~2 hours of standby, mostly using viewfinder. Menus are ...

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This is my first digital camera and have used it for about 2 months. In general I like it but it does have some short-comings. I do like the image quality when using outdoors or indoor(close-up) flash, however have not had good luck printing them on an Epson C80 printer (getting better after extensive testing of papers and printing parameters). When indoors with longer distance shots, sporting events and pool shots, it gives what I would consider very poor results. The camera would at best ...

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I thought about buying a FinePix A203, but I bought a 204 model at last... I think that it is good cam for a novice user, althought I think that menu use is a little confusing... You shoot - you'll get nice picture if you take it right, and it is good. So, if you are looking some "near budget" cam it is might be a good choice for you. Problems: Not something critical...

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Thinks I like about it: Picture Quality: I was pleasantly surprised how much detail I was getting with this camera compared to my old HP Photosmart 315. Battery Life: I can get about 2 days of frequent use out it on rechargables, using all features and 50/50 optical/lcd view finder. Portability: This camera is very light. It only takes two AA size batteries, which help keep the weight low. Speed: This camera is quick to focus and complete a shot once it has been turned on. This was the main ...

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