Fujifilm FinePix F31fd

Announced Sep 25, 2006 •
6 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
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For the record, I’m not, at all, against this phone (Lumia 1020), Nokia or anything silly like that. Being “against” a phone would be kinda weird, ay? Actually, (Nokia is Finnish) my opinion of the Nordic people, their countries ( Denmark , Finland , Iceland , Norway and Sweden ) and their products is quite high. Next to Mercedes, Volvos are my next first choice in automobile preference. You can’t beat Swiss chocolate and those watches are the world’s finest. Take a few minutes, to read a ...

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Veselin Vukcevic
 
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Fuji fine pix F31fd should be put in production again, for me special camera for every situation. Problems: No any problem.

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'Oil' smudges on interior of lens: Have had the camera for 2 years. Dropped a couple times with no problems. However recently pictures have been displaying smudges - like oil on lens. I have cleaned exterior of lens with no change - so it appears to be coming from inside camera. Strange thing is - when shooting I can not see the smudges, but once I have taken photo I can see in camera display & when downloaded. So maybe not a lens issue. Bummer... Problems: Internal 'oil' on lens.

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JRsPOV
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Love this camera! A classic. Still the best compact I own. Beautiful tone and color in the output. It just enhances reality. Even flaws like purple-fringing and lens-flare somehow come out looking great from this camera. Still outperforms my F200exr in image quality nearly any light. Problems: Not the best environmental sealing. Somehow got one strand of lint inside the lens that bonded onto the sensor-- had to perform delicate repair surgery. After repair, photo quality is still great.

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Hi there... I own this little cam since summer 2007 and I can honestly say "wow!" It's small: you can use it everywhere without problems. It has great high ISO performance: you can use it all day and night long. It has some nice manual control: you can learn about photograpy and find your way out.. It has great colour rendition. Someone says there are better options for daylight photography. More zoom, more speed... maybe. But if you're looking for the highest image quality in a ...

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A classic! One of the most sought-after cameras, with pretty high second hand value. And there is a good reason for that. It is something as uncommon as a pocketable low light camera, and perhaps the best ever made. I have been told Fuji's later models are not as good, trading low noise and image quality for more resolution. At 6 Mp, the resolution is more than enough. The top feature of the camera is the low noise, making ISO 800 perfectly fine, and ISO 1600 fairly usable, while most other ...

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gburgos
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Great i love it the reason i carry a camera is to capture memories at thier best. While i would love to always have my DSRL in hand; it is not aways possible sneak in! This camera is definatly the next best thing to taking the SLR. I have tried the sd950is and after a trip to the water park with family i got rid of it. The pictures just sucked! I now carry the f31fd all the time. Problems: I think it pushes up the ISO een when it does not need to and in full auto mode it leave a little to ...

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xxloops
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cámara legendaria. Antes de poseer esta cámara tenia una Olympus c-5050(otra cámara increíble ¡¡¡ F:1.8) lo cual me permitía tirar en condiciones de muy baja iluminación.El problema era su bajo rendimiento a partir de ISO => 200. Con la Fuji F31d la óptica no tiene esa increíble luminosidad pero lo suple con una nitidez en ISOS altos insuperable para una cámara de esta categoría. La verdad es que en condiciones de baja luminosidad sin activar el flash y activando la ISO a 400,800 o incluso ...

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Gorpalm
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Had the F31 for 8-9 months now. After the initial honeymoon period of the first 3 months, put it down and went onto other cameras. Have now come back to it and wondered why I ever left - Eminently pocketable; Solidly built; Super start up times; That sensor! Good daytime IQ with great dynamic range, and unbeatable low light IQ w usable ISO 1600; A fine lens with no distortion and good edge to edge sharpness; Powerful flash; Useful face detection (can be skittish though); Useful manual controls;

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Highly recommended. The standard by which all point-and-shoot cameras are judged. The high ISO quality has greatly surpassed all other cameras in it's class. The high ISO performance is so good it has been compared to DSLRs here on DPReview in it's camera reviews. Battery life is also second to none in it's class. I've had over 500 shots on a single charge and there was still plenty of "juice" left (even with considerable flash shots). Has decent manual controls but could be better. Has ...

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