Fujifilm FinePix A340

Announced Feb 5, 2004 •
4 megapixels | 1.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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I have had this camera for 2-3 years now and it is ok... I took it to Cuba for a week and had two sets of fully charged Nimh batteries and it lasted all week - so good there. Low light shots aren't the best... even using the timed exposure or night modes. Durability seems good. Can't beat the price for the product - was one of cheapest ones to buy. Problems: Forget trying to find expansion memory cards for this that work (XD)... 1 gig cards just wouldn't work - any of the formats / types of ...

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MCFFLYER
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I'm writing this review because I bought the camera for my daughter as a "go off to college" camera. Although I only took a few shots with it, I have seen the photos that she took, and am probably more familiar with the controls of the camera than she was. I said was because the camera didn't quite last a year, but it was not Fuji's fault. My daughter either sat on it, or whacked it against something, cracking the screen, ruining it. Certainly it wasn't worth trying to fix, so it was sent ...

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Kamakzie
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I have had this camera for a couple weeks now and I really enjoy using it. The macro capabilities are very impressive for a little budget camera. It is light (5.6 ounces with batteries) and with Rayovac 15 minute rechargable AA's it gets very good battery life. Since I only paid $83 for a slightly used model on eBay I am very please with my purchase. It's a very good entry level camera! Problems: Have to be relatively close to your subject for flash to work properly indoors. Outdoor ...

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GREAT LITTLE POINT AND SHOOT CAMERA

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I’ve had a Fuji A340 for a week. Testing and playing on the quiet prior to presenting it to my wife a birthday gift. This camera was purchased as a gift for a camera illiterate (no disrespect intended, some just want to turn these things on and it works). It needed it to be reasonable robust to survive in a handbag. Purchase criteria was “ease of use”, “maximum camera lens protection while not in use” and it absolutely had to be a point it that way and press the button camera. It fits this ...

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