Fujifilm FinePix E510 Zoom

Announced Jul 28, 2004 •
5 megapixels | 2 screen | 28 – 91 mm (3.3×)
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Great wide angle. Problems: Pictures not as sharp as Fuji 3800. Not as easy to use as my wifes Kodak.

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Very good wide zoom, intuitive menu, big LCD, handy body, real colors. Problems: Now exist faster cameras and flash could be stronger.

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COMMENTS : The Fuji E-510 is a genuine bargain considering its' features . 1) Bright clear high-resolution 2-inch , 154000 pixel screen . 2) Very good handgrip permits safe one-handed shooting . 3)Excellent buttons/controls layout for fast menus access & use. 4) Simple easy-to-learn logical menus . 5) Unique P & S 28mm - 91mm wide-angle-to-portrait zoom range . 6) A well-positioned very useable VF . 7) Two macro modes , who else provides that ? 8) Separate EV button permits fast adjustments . ...

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I love my camera. I pretty much take it everywhere with me. It's easy to use, lightweight, and the display is amazing. I'm not the best photographer in the world, but I find I'm taking a lot more pictures as I explore the camera's capabilities. The weight is great. And two batteries really helps, especially when they usually come in packs of 4. Also, the battery life is pretty good. Problems: The xD cards are a little expensive, but aren't clunky and huge like a lot of the other cards. I wish ...

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takes decent pictures good low end wide angle [28mm] zoom lens small size - fits in shirt pocket Problems: Very slow lacks 1M setting (1280x960) relatively short battery life

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I'm disappointed. I've had this camera for a couple months now and if I had it to do over again I would have purchased a Canon S60. Problems: The low light performance is horrible because it doesn't have an auto-focus assist lamp. The shutter release lag is worse that my now very old Canon G1. The images are often soft, likely do to the poor auto-focusing.

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It's good camera , it could be used from novice to semi pro , it have AF and Full Manual control and Exposure meter . I like this camera , especially have a super macro shoot 2.6 cm . Only disadvantages : It doesn't have continuous shoot , and the resolution is limited to 5MPX

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I did a lot of looking before I chose this camera. I narrowed it down to the Cannon A95, Casio Exilim 5.0 and this one. They were all comparable in price and features. I chose the Fuji because; (A) It has a large screen (B) It is very user friendly (my wife can use it too) (C) It uses AA Batteries so I always have access to power. We have taken about 500 shots with it under just about every situation that I would ever use it for. The daylight pictures are sharp in Auto mode. The auto ...

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Needed a camera with a relatively wide-angle lens while in Hawaii and picked up the E510 while there. The 28-91mm zoom is very nice for landscapes, and the fast startup time helps it to be relatively unobtrusive. However, pix quality at 5m isn't up to par with my older Oly D40 (4m), and not even close to my Oly 5050 (5m). Size is nice, and I definitely prefer the rectangular shape to the more-square shape of the Oly D40. Makes it a lot easier to hold level & steady. Also nice that it takes ...

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Nice size fits in pocket and works great

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