Fujifilm FinePix M603

Announced Sep 25, 2002 •
3 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 76 mm (2×)
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i totally love my camera. i got it a few days back and it's been loads of fun since. althought it's kinda pricey, fuji makes very good cameras and the m603 is no exception. very very user friendly -- u don't need the user manual, just one finger. what i really love about it is the wide lcd screen. it's super duper good. and of course, the fun movies u can capture and the dual memory drives. perfect!

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Previously owned Fuji 6800, M603 is not as well made, note other comments. But really does have so many features, and great for movies, pic quality appears as good as 6800. Larger memory expensive at present, both xd and micro disk Problems: None as yet

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Very easy to use. Good results with minimum effort. First digital I have owned and I am impressed. This is a very versatile camera/video. This will suit many people who indulge in photography/video or both. Can't wait for the bigger microdrive.

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Problems: How can you buy it in the United States? Does anyone have any leads?

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I agree with Agus Wiranata's comment on the build quality of M603. At first I was a little disappointed with the design of M603 in comparison with F601Z. But after all I've bought M603 because of its outstanding movie recording function. I love its 640x480 30fps video with audio and usingXD/MD as the storage. It's another mini wonder I've owned!

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Huge 2.5" screen - unlimited video@30fps - incl. zoom & audio, fast start up time - what else can you ask for? - dissapointed with build quality, LCD hood is a bonus in the bright sun. 19 Jun 2003 Got delivery of Sony's DSCV1 yesterday - after an hour of playing with it - reverted back to the 603 because I miss the huge screen and the fast start-up time - Sony doesn't even zoom at video and only 15fps and such a small LCD - does have 2x as long a zoom lens though -

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good movie quality 2.5" LCD longlife battery funny camera

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From my experience, since I owned a Nokia handphone, using the Nokia battery and charging it is not a problem. I would strongly discourage charging of the Nokia batter on the m603 for clear reasons. The charger and power mgt is not designed to suit the Nokia battery, however using it is different since it discharges almost the same power as the originial Fuji battery pack. Anyone wanna contact me can try : jazz_samz@hotmail.com

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I got it a few days ago for around US$ 466. 128MB xD-card is suitable for still images and 1-2 minutes movie. The cost is US$55. If you want to go for 10-20 minutes high quality video (.avi format). 1GB microdrive is must (US$216). It is a good choice for amateur users. Good thing: 1. support both xD-card and Microdrive 2. SuperCCD 3. 640x480 video 4. 2.5 inch LCD 5. It costs 3 minutes to transfer 128MB data from xD-card to a PC. Regret: 1. No 1394 port

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great camera. Fast and very easy to use. An amazing 2.5 inch dispay !! Problems: Bought a 128MB card but will eventually purchase the new 4GB microdrive for recording movies.

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