Fujifilm FinePix F700

Announced Feb 19, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 105 mm (3×)
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Two words TONAL QUALITY. Pixel peepers should look elsewhere. This camera is all about pleasant and more film like tonal quality, not resolution. To understand it you have to step back and compare the overall picture with other cameras that use regular sensors. You will see the difference in smooth tonal rendition. For instance light skin tones don't blown into yellows. Flash photos look more natural, etc The F700 offers lots of photography control. The manual focus system is a joy to use ...

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enjoying this camera for 4 moths now. excellent camera. takes a bit time to get most of it but delivers. still mastering my skills. this is the 3rd camera i have. the previous two being fuji 4900 and f30. very fast even for todays standards. sits in my pocket all the time. amazing raw mode and full manual controls, 5fps, ... Problems: camera is better than me as a photographer :)

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Excellent unique camera. They don't make them of this quality anymore. The F700 is Fuji's best little underated secret. It is the one and only compact digital camera capable of capture large dynamic ranges. Once you pass the meagpixel syndrome you realize tha after resizing your images, what is left is the overall color rendition. And is here where the F700 excell too. The F700 is not a camera for amateurs, impatient people, or those who want something simple to use. It's best suited for ...

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Very good camera for point-and-shoot type of user, like me! But, for underwater user (diving with the marine pack), it is so difficult to get good quality picture. I still don't know up to now what settings to use for underwater photography? Please advice. Thanks. YNIK Problems: So far no harware problem encountered.

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I have owned a number of digial cameras over the last couple of years including the Kodak LS443 (not great), Canon Ixus 400 (slow operation but very high resolution images) and the Konica Kd510 (again, very high res and excellent colour balance but dated menu system and narrow-angle lens). I consider the F700 to be an excellent compromise amongst these, though it is not without its problems: 1. Very rapid operation. Start-up times are only equalled by the very latest compacts (eg Sony P100), ...

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You cannot use zoom in movie mode. That is a drawback, but the size and convenience of the camera makes up for any imperfections. The quality of prints is excellent, just using auto mode.

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'nother digi... handy. Sort of like the x-D card. Wife coopted the 401.... This has some advantages. Typically Fuji... verrrry good. Problems: On/off is testy; mode selector gets turned by accident (often); need to watch that. Otherwise pretty neat.

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F700 SMARTEST CHOICE for anyone who is between an amateur to keen amateur. If you are a simple point n click weekender, you will still find the F700 easy to use (just set to Auto, have a 128MB XD inside, set to 6M and away you go). With this setting you will get around 80 photos in the 6Megapixel range. The photos are crisp and much better than any 35 mm I have shot with. The amateur will find such rich features as the ISO (shutter speed settings) to be quite useful from darker to super ...

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This is my second digital camera (first was Canon A70). Both cameras are excellent but in my observation pictures from A70 look good on computer screen but don't print that well . F700 pictures don't look as good l on screen but prints are excellent(most of my prints are A4). Otherwise camera is very nice to use and is fast even shooting in raw mode. Pros: Printed picture quality, speed, size Cons: Battery, Raw conversion software Problems: Problems so far: NONE

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Les3661
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This is the first digital camera I have owned. I have had a Canon SLR for years and was very happy with it. I have wanted to buy a digital camera for sometime, but did not want to spend the money untill digital camera's were compariable to my SLR. I decided to buy a digital and started to do some research on 4 - 5 & 6 M. I decided on the Fuji FinePix700. Thou I have had the camera only one week I am very satisfied with it. The camera is easy to use, and easy to learn how to use. It ...

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