Fuji Axia Ix 100 Review

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Tim.'s review of Fuji Axia Ix 100

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“This is a cheap and cheerful little camera that you...”

Written on: 07/04/2003 by Tim. (1 review written)

Good Points
Simple, light and sturdy

Bad Points
Variable picture quality, some intermittent problems

General Comments
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 expect at the price?) means that battery life is not bad. Interval between shots is sometimes very long (typically 15 seconds) which is a pain). I've had some problems with it failing to switch on properly and locking up, necessitating removal and reinsertion of the batteries to reinitialise. But it's very reasonably priced and does take proper pictures so not a bad buy

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