Written on: 28/06/2004 by TeddyJeff (1 review written)
I have owned my Finepix 2400 zoom for over 4 years I have had many cameras over the past 40 years and I believe I have taken more photos with the 2400 zoom tham with all the rest added together. I have now bought a Canon EOS 300D and I can tell you it is not worth the extra I paid although the photos are very good, so is the finepix's which as never needed a repair unlike the Canon which has been sent back thrice in 3 months… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/06/2003 by Mooks. (1 review written)
I use an old SLR with various lenses, I bought this so that the family could use the camera and not encounter huge costs in development. Does this beautifully and more. my daughter (8yrs old)uses it and gets reasonable pictures with no training. I added a 64Mb card, and keep the standard card as back up. I have had the camera for nearly two years and have taken about 1.3GB in pictures. It has been a great buy. I would like a new one with external flash and better zoom, but its not easy to beat… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/05/2003 by Pauly. (1 review written)
All in all thw Fuji Finepix 2400 is a good little starter cam. Looking forward to my S304 though, time moves on........ I will still keep the 2400 for snaps here and there, had good service from it for 2 years so can't complain. Fuji seem trouble free, touch wood lol… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/02/2003 by Bela Mezos. (1 review written)
Last year I bought the FinePix 2500, the Japanese version of 2400, this is totally the same, just with Japanese menu. I am very satisfied with it, I am just sad about the mechanical sensitivity of this nice camera. The USB port broke after 3 months, I had also USB-contact problems one month earlier. It is better to use a card reader than the USB cable, it also makes data transfer much faster. Protecting slide door fixing gave up after 3 weeks, now it is sliding even if I do not want. Micro… Read Full Review
Written on: 08/04/2002 by geoff. (1 review written)
First digital camera i bought was the fugi ix 100 good camera for close shots. No good at distance. Read reviews on 2400, thought 'cannot be bad 43 reviews and rated 9.2' so bought one. Got to say well pleased with it. The main reason for buying it was for the zoom and it works great. If you want a digital camera do not bother unless it has a zoom or you will be sorry like i was. You might as well save up and pay the extra and then there is no need to buy a second camera and fuji i recommend to… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/04/2002 by Brian. (1 review written)
Got my Fuji Finepix 2400 digital camera from a high st/internet retailer last week. Grade A stock (whatever that means) I think it is either returned by a customer or a shop display model.
Pics are OK quality for a 2 MP CCD, I also use a Canon EOS30 and Ixus IX7 APS SLRs as well as a Fuji DL Super Mini compact, obviously the digital is no where near the quality of these cameras, but for playing around on the internet and messing around with your mates down the pub it's great.
Need to source… Read Full Review
Written on: 26/01/2002 by John. (1 review written)
I recently bought my Fuji Finepix 2400 camera 'used' (actually, I think it was shop-soiled, but that's a different story) for a very reasonable price. I bought it specifically so that I can take periodic snaps of my soon-to-be-born twins and e-mail them to far-flung relatives without having to wait before I finish the film in my 'real' cameras. For that purpose, it's ideal. But if I'd just dropped 350 UKP on it to use as a main camera in preference to a 35mm-compact or even a low-end SLR (as… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/11/2001 by dave shaw. (1 review written)
excellent mid range digital camera, producing first class images. The package offered by InternetCamerasDirect is a bargain with batteries, charger and extra card.
ICD service is second to none… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2001 by Derek McCabe. (1 review written)
The Fuji Finepix 2400z is the followup to the 1400 series. On the outside, it is nearly identical, however, this new version boasts little more than twice the megapixels, and is only marginally more pricy. This digital camera has a built in USB card reader, meaning that, if you wanted to, you could transfer data such as MP3's for use in popular players.
The camera includes 4 "AA" Batteries, and though usually these go fairly quick, I found that they laster for at least 20-30 shots. This is… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2001 by Paul. (1 review written)
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… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/10/2001 by Phil the photographer. (1 review written)
Great little Digital Camera - does everything my previous 35mm camera did but much easier to use and a lot more fun… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/09/2001 by Mark. (1 review written)
Great value digital camera (enhanced with Internet Cameras Direct deals), picture quality is superb, self-timer and other features are very easy to use. A well built compact machine that delivers top quality images… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/09/2001 by Steve Boreham. (1 review written)
The Finepix 2400 is small enough to handle easily, not so small that it is fiddly to use.
Context sensitive menus are simple in the extreme to get the hang of. Other manufacturers could learn much from Fuji.
Having a physical zoom is a real advantage in being able to maintain good picture quality when zooming in on the subject.
Battery consumption is better than many digital cameras.
Resultant images are superb for a 2.1MP camera… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/08/2001 by Michael Hart. (1 review written)
A good specification easy to handle digital camera for the non-professional. Easy to use with a decent zoom; ideal as a digital camera for general family use. We have taken around one hundred shots with the Finepix 2400 in eight months. we have enjoyed the camera so much, prior to purchasing the 2400 Finepix it would take ten years to take a hundred shots at our previous rate of use, a pity about the two minor faults… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/08/2001 by Martin Leman. (1 review written)
Our first digital camera - and we are very pleased with the Fuji 2400Z. Having read the reviews and articles, this seemed to be about the best all-round "point-and-shoot" camera on the market - but, having had a chance to "play" with it, the Fuji seems to be more than capable for the type of use our family requires...
We were amazed with the picture quality, and pleased with the general layout and ease of use.
I would recommend the 64Mb memory, and 1800mah NiMh batteries to make this camera a… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2001 by src. (1 review written)
good for general still images like buildings or landscapes at normal viewing or optical zoom other than that i am very disappointed… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/08/2001 by Steve. (1 review written)
Having owned a fuji 1400 zoom and been very pleased with its performance I decided to upgrade to the fuji 2400 and have been pleased with my choice. The lcd display is not as good as the 1400 but I like the continuous shooting mode. The picture quality is the same as the 1400 but the extra pixels give me larger prints. All round very good value for money… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/08/2001 by eric perkins. (1 review written)
nice adequate digital camera, a snip at this price, mega bundle including charger and extra smart card really good value. the camera has a really good feel in your hands and the photo quality is mind blowing. excellent service from internetcamerasdirect, delivery could not have been quicker… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/08/2001 by Tereza Fulker. (1 review written)
As this is my first digital camera, I look forward to using and having a camera that is both easy to use and to carry around. A spare set of batteries is a must if you are intending on using it lot while you are out and about, but a lot easier than having to carry around packs of films, especially at weddings when handbag space can be a bit sparse. But don't get me wrong I am still a fan of the 35mm.
This camera is well priced at £302 with the bundle of goodies that come with it, a definite… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/08/2001 by Richard Morton. (1 review written)
An all round good digital camera for the beginner which will therefore give a very good introduction to the wonderful world of digital photography… Read Full Review
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