Written on: 12/07/2005 by rendu (1 review written)
I have inherited a Fuji MX 2900 that was in a box of Jumble. I have used the camera and found it very good to use. But when I read the manual I tried to get the adaptor ring and the telephoto lens but can't find a Scottish or UK stockist. Any of you guys know of one? (read more)
Written on: 31/10/2003 by EdF (4 reviews written)
The Fuji MX 2900 was my first digicam and I've only just updated, after about 3 years, to a Fuji S7000. Being new to digital imaging, I always thought my inability to get high resolution images on the screen of my PC was due to a fault, not realising they were in a different format(.tif), which the instruction book didn't make clear. I've only just managed to find a suitable program to read them (ACDSee), as Photoshop wouldn't cut it. I've been very pleased with the results, and now... (read more)
Written on: 23/11/2002 by Mike_C.
This was my first digital camera. Feature for feature, it is one of the best when looking back. The cost is a bit more but worth every penny I spent. The hot shoe was the biggest selling point for me. While most of the unit in the same category do not have the hot shoe option, this has and it help a lot on a really big area to take picture with. Overall, I give it a 9+ due to the battery issue, otherwise, I'll give it a 10... I'm upgrading and will definitely look into the s602 as one of my... (read more)
Written on: 30/06/2001 by Legion.
what a great introduction to digital photography, pleasing results from SLR type control and feel, both zoom and macro performance is strong, although it can struggle in low light if you haven't got steady hands! but i've taken over 2600 shots so far and just sold mine on to buy a 6900. This camera although a couple of years old now, is a great buy if you can pick them up second hand, highly recommended. (read more)
Written on: 28/05/2000 by Godrot.
This is Fuji's only traditional looking digicam, and is the main competition for the Nikon Coolpix 800 and Olympus' 2020. What has it got over those two cams? Marginally higher resolution, for a start (2.3 megapixel, giving pics at 1800x1200). The design is good, fitting the hand well, although it is nowhere near as compact as the Olympus or as comfortable to use as the Nikon. Indeed, it is quite a bit bigger than both of these cameras, but it delivers superb, sharp images, with natural... (read more)
Written on: 22/04/2000 by W.A.v.Boerum.
I have had this camera for 1 month now and i'm satisfied about the performance and quality of the camera.
Suggestion is to buy an extra battery, large mem-card (32Mb) and a USB card-reader.
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