FujiFilm MX-700 (FinePix 700)

Announced Feb 3, 1998 •
1 megapixels | 2 screen | 35 mm
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+ Easy to carry, good picture quality. Easy to take good-looking pictures. Not very expensive. - No optical zoom. No lens protection. Achingly slow startup. Easy to accidentally cover the flash with your middle finger.

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This is a great little camera. It's really small and easy to use. I like the solid construction. The images are pretty good and in this price range you would be hard pressed to find a better camera. Battery use is good. It's a pity it doesn't have a zoom and in dark areas it doesn't perform too great, but for the price one should not expect more that waht you get. Problems: None so far except for the evening shots that are a bit too dark, but it's not that serious.

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Great little point and shoot camera. It has taken me off film for good. Images are crisp and very lifelike. I like this camera as it is durable and reliable. Remember it is a point and shoot so dont expect features that can only be provided with a SLR camera. I have taken some great pictures of cars in motion at a race meet. Thank God for the delete option as I would have run out of film to get one shot.

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Eminently pocketable. Has a beautiful aluminium casing. Image quality is pretty good in bright sunlight, but is quite dark in overcast or indoor shots. Overall its a great portable point and shoot. Problems: Poor low light capabilities. Flash range is quite short. Takes quite long to get ready for next shot - about 7 secs.

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