Fujifilm FinePix F700

Announced Feb 19, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 35 – 105 mm (3×)
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at $300 this camera is the best bargain out there. the f700 is the first digicam i have owned that has exceeded my expectations. it is a delight to use as it is very fast, well laid out and extremely competent. best for action shots of cats, etc. exposure and color excellent. for the first time there is nothing i can find to complain about! Problems: None.

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With this price today this is a really bang for buck! This is my 6th digicam and my 4th Fuji. The other one that I now have is the S7000. I've had this one for 1½ months. It takes even better pics than my very much loved S602. It even have the RAW. Used to FUJI SuperCCD I know you have to use "soft" not Auto but at least P. Then the 6MP pics don't have any bad noise at all, at least with my normal post processing (= at least USM). Love this little thing with it's SPEED and almost every specs ...

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With this price today this is a really bang for buck! This is my 6th digicam and my 4th Fuji. The other one that I now have is the S7000. I've had this one for 1½ months. It takes even better pics than my very much loved S602. It even have the RAW. Used to FUJI SuperCCD I know you have to use "soft" not Auto but at least P. Then the 6MP pics don't have any bad noise at all, at least with my normal post processing (= at least USM). Love this little thing with it's SPEED and almost every specs ...

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I can't find a problem with this camera. I upgraded from a 1.3MP Sony Mavica to a Sony DSC-V1 and was not pleased with it at all so it was returned. I purchased the F700 and have taken 200+ pictures and have been very impressed with the results. Red Eye has been a real problem since my wife and kids have blue eyes. The Sony had a red-eye reduction flash that would fire about six times before it took the picture. By that time the picture was taken you either missed the shot, the subjects ...

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