Fujifilm FinePix Z1

Announced Feb 8, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)
PGson
 
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The Z1 is unfortunately a disposable piece of junk. Bought in February and I liked it a lot. Small enough to fit in a jeans pocket, yet with plenty of features and image quality good enough for holiday use. I found the menu system easy to use - of course after reading the manual. Like others here, I found that the picture is not quite horizontally aligned, but that is not a problem for the amateur. Problems: A minor inconvenience is that even with the supplied Fuji holster, it is quite easy ...

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Nedlyj
 
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I recently purchased both a Fuji Z1 and a Fuji F10 for comparison - since both have similar low light capabilities. The purpose of this camera is primarily for a small vacation take-along camera (to supplement my Canon 20D). I didn't go with Canon because I have been underwhelmed by the noise in the Canon SD series. Anyway, While I was sold on the F10 from an image quality standpoint, my wife (and others who looked at both) were sold on the compactness and solid feel of the Z1. Both were ...

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jimgo
 
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I bought this camera because I wanted something SMALL. It is small, however, my experience with taking pictures was less than stellar. I shot about 600 pictures with it in the course of about a week, and it was hard to find more than 1 or 2 good pictures out of all of them I took. I exchanged it for another Z-1 to make sure that the camera was not defective, and I got the same results. I ended up returning it and buying a Fuji F10. I have taken hundreds of pictures with the F10 and have ...

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johNTO
 
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I picked up this little camera(in black) Jan/06. It's not intended to be my primary camera but to be carried around for those surprise/candid shots. I wanted a pocketable digital for mainly emailing pics and to view on my PC, so after pouring over many reviews re ultra compacts I chose the Z1. It has met my requirements nicely (small size & design ie.non-protruding lens) and I'm generally pleased with the camera's performance. There are many user reviews of this little camera and the ...

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digikim
 
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I received my Z1 recently and I recommmend it as a pocket camera. It is small and fits nicely into most pockets. The picture quality is very good for what it is. I've owned an s7000 for 2 years. I did not have any expectations that the Z1 could compare in image quality. However, for an easy to use and quick, carry anywhere camera, the Z1 is great! I took some experimental photos and made some 4x6 prints and they were very good. Enlargements would not be as nice. I would use the s7000 ...

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I purchased this camera a couple of days ago - and can say i am happy with it. I wanted to go for the sony T7 but this one had the better reviews. Previous poster may want to choose macro mode if shots are blurred - or there may be a fault with the camera. one thing though, trying to find out if this has webcam facilty.

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ammca66564
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Superbly easy to use. Supremely quick. Overall very nice image quality for such a small camera. My only complaint is that focus is a little soft at normal distances. What makes this stand out is that focus on macro shots - even unintentional macro shots! - is absolutely exquisite. Stunning detail up close. Problems: UPDATE: I'd like to praise, also, the solid construction of the case. My camera sustained a blow of unknown origin sufficient to put a big dent in the back of the camera, ...

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hkp
 
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i got this camera for less than 300 bucks. it's an amazing deal. for a ultra-compact, it has great resolution, and amazingly low noise in the 200-400 iso ranges, with 800 still better than 400 in most of the competition. quick start-up, quick shutter release, quick everything. clever design: lens is safely covered when camera is off and the lid won't accidentally slide open when pocketed. full-screen, high-quality NTSC movies. i found the battery to last around 200 pix if the flash is not ...

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I'm not happy with the pictures sharpness. They have a little blur. I don't know if this is a common problem on this tipe of cameras or it is a problem of this model. I will try to change by Sony W5. Problems: - Sharpness

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Henry Katz
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great camera all around Problems: none

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