Written on: 17/04/2003 by Colin.
Purchased as last on display in Index- only £30
(missing usb and smart media card)
but a real bargain- and for web and small 4x6 photos its brill. (read more)
Written on: 14/04/2003 by will.
Got this Fuji Axia Ix 100 digital camera because needed to do some image engineering for university, very pleased with it, it works just fine with xp, use it for panaromic shots also and it works well, use a stitching program to do this and take shots in porttrait, like 24 of them and use this prog to stitch them together to make a VR world. and camera seems to do this alright for a cheap cam - probrably best thing i done so far with it. it looks to be same sort of insides as lots of other... (read more)
Written on: 07/04/2003 by Tim.
This is a cheap and cheerful little camera that you can take pretty much anywhere, without worrying too much about it. Its 1.3 megapixel CMOS sensor takes remarkable good pictures under the right conditions but is not very versatile. Best results obtained for head and shoulders or group shots of people either under fairly bright conditions or with flash. For distance shots e.g. landscape and anything in dull conditions, results tend to be pretty disappointing. No LCD monitor (what do you... (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2003 by Rob.
It's a web cam and just a camerain one, but web cam driver does not contatin device signin information. (read more)
Written on: 19/12/2002 by Doctor Wide.
The camera was purchased to produce quick photoshots for web site content. Much faster and better than scanning photos for this work. Being smaller than the SLR camera I usually depend on it can be carried easily in the pocket so is therefore usually to hand. The manual is not great at explaining everything and I have yet to master deletion of images direct off the camera, however, it is easy via Windows Explorer on the PC. Upgrading to 16MB gives around 80 shots, the lowest resolution... (read more)
Written on: 11/12/2002 by john0622.
I bought a used one and thought it was excellent, but when I added a larger memory card-64mb- I started having download problems. Buying a card reader for £25 sorted the problem. I find it easy to carry, and put it in a plastic bag in my pocket for a motorcycling holiday for 2 weeks, so it was always ready to use and stayed dry. The flash can be too bright, but I am going to try it with some diffuser tape over the flash, all in all it was a bargain and I would recommend it to anyone (read more)
Written on: 12/11/2002 by boom.
For under a £100 you really can't expect much, I went for this camera just for pictures on a website. The flash is overbright on close ups and it can't take a decent picture without the flash. There is no software on the site to download if your driver disc is scratched or damage. No doubt they will send the drivers if you request them. The zoom on it is digital so thats more or less useless. The plus side is that it's quite small, can output to the tv and act as a webcam, also records small... (read more)
Written on: 24/07/2002 by Roy.
Before I got this Fuji Axia Ix100 digital camera I had the so called "cool" icam and I can tell you, that I wish I had bought this one first.
It's easy to use and the picture quality was such a surprise for a camera of this price. It's small, light and comes with case. It really is a very good buy. If it wasn't I would not be writing this review. (read more)
Written on: 20/05/2002 by P Shires.
I got this Fuji Axia Ix 100 digital camera as a replacement for a faulty goodmans Gdc 1308. It was the best thing i did. This camera is small light and the picture quality for a camera of this price range surpasses even the highest expectations. What else can i say. You get everything you need right out of the box, a carry case, 4mb smatmedia card, a very good software pack, and a set of batteries to get you started, and also the most comprehensive user manual you could want.
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