FujiFilm MX-1500 (Finepix 1500)

Announced May 18, 1999 •
1 megapixels | 1.8 screen | 38 mm
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Picture qualuty is excellent. Easy to use and carry. Get a large Smartmedia card. Get a fast battery charger and keep spares with you. Has a useful manual mode. Macro mode is truly amazing - 4inches. Problems: Nothing so far - touch wood.

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I love this cheap camera which is compact and works so fine day time as well as night time. The picture is clear and contrasted. Macro works very well. 4Mo SCard is too small so expect to spend money on extended memory. As for AC converter you'll have to buy caus not provided with the camera and battery get empty so quickly. Of course only Fuji AC converter works, don't try any other or you might damage it. The visor is very small but you get use to it. It took me 2h to transfert 32Mo of ...

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Excellet build quality, so good it seem that Fuji decided to stop building budget cameras like this. The basic FinePix models just dont compare. I love the compact size, the controls are very intuitive and the picture quality is excellent. However, budget for another sm card - the 4mb card supplied is only big enough for 5 shots, no case included either. Can be found at http://www.1stcameras.com for £180. Top bargain.

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small size is exellent. slow at downloading the pictures into the computer using the serial port. Problems: lent to friend who operated with batteries in camera while ac plug pac going also blew fuse in camera needed to get serviced at fuji.do not lend this camera!!!!!!

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A very compact easy to use digital camera. excellent picture quality easily printed at 8x10 (depending on printer I use a HP1120C Pro) a good value Camera at a good price. Problems: Like all digitals when using the LCD the batteries are soon very tired. bearing that in mind, always carry some fresh charged NiMH batteries, then you will have no worries. When changing smart media cards always have the base plate uppermost, otherwise the batteries will fall out.

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An excellent intro to digital photography. Super on , for example, buildings shots and macros, but "infinity" shots not so clear. Nice and pocketable. Problems: Poor LCD for daylight viewing - which is esssential for macros. Dislike the card being under the same door as the batteries - batteries tend to fall out when changing card.

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the real pocket size, cute design, easy power supply: two AA batteries

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I have had to bias the ratings for this camera on its amazing price (£265 UK). As a qualified photographer I kept away from the digital arena for a long time based on inflated prices and poor quality, but i genuinely believe Fuji has got the balance spot on with this model. There's no zoom, but many of the world's greatest photographers have worked with nothing more than a 35mm lens, plust there's those two limbs you stand on which serve as a fine zoom, also forcing time to think about the ...

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