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★★★★★

“I wanted a digital toe in the water, not bargain...”

Written on: 28/10/2001 by Paul. (1 review written)

Good Points
Optical zoom, Easily obtainable NIMH AA cells (up to 1800MaH). Very acceptable quality images at 1600 X 1200 fine , certainly when viewed on screen.

Bad Points
LCD is pretty bad in sunlight and is needed for warning symbol detail and confirmation of focus.

General Comments
I wanted a digital toe in the water, not bargain basement yet. a good starting point.

Wanted good resolution and optical rather than digital zoom as this seems to be a bodge mode where the interpolation can be done back home with software.

I was pleasantly surprised by the results with the Fuji 2400.

Once you get over the fact that alkaline batteries are pathetic when used on this camera, battery life is good with 1600Mah NiMh. Filled a 64mb card with around 80 shots with a normal amount of dawdling and reviewing on 1 set.

Yes the LCD is bad in sunlight.

Overall it was a good choice, Given a second chance with the same requirements I would get the 2600 after comparing LCDs.



Overall-Impressed: Anything lower quality?(probable disappointment), Anything better quality ? (I'll wait for better resolution, battery life, storage etc for the price).