Fuji Finepix 4700 Reviews

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“I have been sceptical of digital photography for a...”

Written on: 08/04/2001 by George. (1 review written)

I have been sceptical of digital photography for a while now and I've been waiting for a high quality camera that can produce images comparable to film, and the Finepix 4700 is just that. The camera produces wonderfully sharp and natural looking photographs. The camera is very stylish and compact, it can fit in your pocket and be taken everywhere. All the features are displayed very clearly on the LCD screen of the camera, all you need to do is pick it up and play. The movie clip option on… Read Full Review

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“The viewfinder is positioned in the top-centre of the...”

Written on: 04/04/2001 by Alex. (1 review written)

The viewfinder is positioned in the top-centre of the camera which I find difficult looking through. Positioning it on the left would mean that my nose didn't get in the way.

Focusing is difficult in low light situations and I have to resort to manual focus.

Several spare batteries are needed if a long photo session is needed as the screen eats up a lot of power.

Having a mode which popped up the flash automatically would be nice however as it is so easy to review the pictures this is not… Read Full Review

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“The Fuji 4700 has proved to be an excellent camera,...”

Written on: 15/03/2001 by Phil. (1 review written)

The Fuji 4700 has proved to be an excellent camera, producing good quality images with ease… Read Full Review

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“The sturdy construction of this camera enables you to...”

Written on: 14/03/2001 by Alan. (1 review written)

The sturdy construction of this camera enables you to slip it into jacket or trouser pocket (or skirt I presume).
The clarity of shots taken outdoors is truly amazing and you would need to spend at least double its price to better it. I have personally enlarged to A3 and the results are breath taking. I do think that indoor flash photography is difficult to get used to as it is not a point and flash operation, however if you read the instructions and experiment with the EV, flash settings and… Read Full Review

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“I was amazed by this camera. Easy to use, after a...”

Written on: 14/03/2001 by Lester. (1 review written)

I was amazed by this camera. Easy to use, after a very short skim of the manual (which is very well laid out and not written in serbo greek) I was able to take my first pictures.
Works well in low light as well as with flash. I replaced my old Fuji Camera (1300 mx) with this one and I had been very pleased with the results from that camera but I am amazed at the difference. Once you have used this you will forget everything else you have tried.
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“Got the camera straight out of the box and wow. The...”

Written on: 13/03/2001 by Gary. (1 review written)

Got the camera straight out of the box and wow. The size of the camera is really neat and compact. I could not believe that something this small would give such quality. I had a small handy cam which was 0.1 million pixels which was pants in comparison in the quality. I am a beginner to digital photography and have had excellent results.

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“Close to pro-quality images (I work in the industry)...”

Written on: 10/03/2001 by Mark. (1 review written)

Close to pro-quality images (I work in the industry) in bright daylight or well-lit flash work.

Huge CCD output means Photoshop keenies can crop the image savagely and still retain enough pixels to create great pictures. Holiday and family snappers will probably want to constrain the image size by using the medium resolution/compression settings, which reduce the resulting file to 500k or less. This still produces images which print wonderfully at 6x4 or 5x7.

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