Fujifilm FinePix 4700 Zoom review
I was sucked in by the blurb on the box saying 4700finepix stuff, but that said I'm still very pleased. I previously owned a OlyC2000z which I thought was a good camera. This one though has a much more intuative interface, funtions that you need to change frequently are close at hand, which is better than my old one. This is less bulky and also has a built in lens cap, that is very handy as I kept forgetting that on my old one to start with and after a while the power zoom would make a funny clicking noise. Movie mode is useful too, no need to buy a camcorder.
You can't upload images from the PC to the smart media as with the Olympus. This means that I'll have to buy a floppy converter in order to get images processed at a printers.
Remote would be handy, but it is cheaper so can be forgiven.
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