Fujifilm Finepix 1300 Reviews
Product Type: Fujifilm digital cameras
Description:Model ID 40471143 / Fujifilm FinePix 1300 - Digital camera - 1.3 Mpix - supported memory: SM - grey metallic / The Finepix 1300 is the very latest in entry-level digital cameras, combining 1.3-million pixel resolution for photo-like results with simple operation and a variety of ... more
Fujifilm Finepix 1300 ... shooting modes. With its fast performance and easy transfer of image files the FinePix 1300 is sure to become a stylish accessory for first time digital users.
The FinePix 1300 uses a 1/2.7 inch CCD with 1.3 million pixels, in an array of 1, 280 x 960. Make the most out of the Intelligent Auto White Balance, which ensures you of high-quality photos in natural colors under different lighting conditions. It will select the optimal settings for the scene and type of light. Programmed AE gives you the accuracy of TTL metering across 64 zones. It's a breeze to choose your settings when you use the Mode Dial and Four-Direction Button on the back of the camera. They offer you full control over all the setup, shooting, playback and data transfer functions. Select the Auto Shooting Mode and simply point the camera at the subject and press the shutter button. The high-quality auto-focus lens will capture the image in sharp details. Be creative through a variety of shooting modes, including the Manual Shooting Mode with exposure compensation, Macro Mode for shooting as close up as 8cm, and the Continuous Shooting Mode (2 frames/sec, up to 9 frames at 640 x 480 pixels). Enjoy digital telephoto by setting the image file size at 640 x 480 pixel for a 2x digital zoom. FinePix 1300 is powered by four alkaline AA batteries that are widely available making replacement very easy. They last for a maximum of about 400 shots with the flash used half the time and the LCD monitor off. FinePix 1300 also takes optional Ni-MH rechargeable batteries for additional power economy. The FinePix 1300 records images on SmartMedia cards of up to 64 MB - that's enough for as many as approximately 360 shots! The FinePix 1300 has a USB digital interface to make the high-speed transferring of image files to your PC very simple. In addition to Single Frame Playback and 4x Playback Zoom, this camera offers Multi-Frame to display nine different images simultaneously. The FinePix 1300 complies with the Design rule for Camera File system, so you can use different cameras to record on to the same SmartMedia card. You can also choose Digital Printing Order Format (DPOF) recording for simplified output at home or at a service bureau. Besides, the FinePix 1300 features Continuous shooting (640 x 480 mode), 2 frames/sec, up to 9 frames and playback: single Frame (with 4x Playback Zoom) and 9 Multi-Frame DPOF.
Newest Review: ... if required, a zoom to the images. Although the display is rather small you can watch some details with that option though. ... more
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Customer Fujifilm Finepix 1300 Reviews (11)
by - written on 28/05/02, updated on 28/05/02 (Very useful, 158 readings)
For quite a few months I've kept an eye on the market of digital cameras during the last year. I found the development to be far enough now to be ready for buying a digital camera for a valuable price. Of course they still were not beating the conventional cameras in quality of resolution and true colours except (if ever) you were ready to pay a fortune on those. But in addition to the camera for portraits and high-resolution-artwork it seemed to be quite reasonable to purchase a digital camera for Internet purposes and quick snapshots. I didn't claim a high-standard equipment, but a price-performance ratio. With this I excluded as well the bargain ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/01, updated on 16/11/01 (Very useful, 375 readings)
As I write this opinion I should in all honesty inform you that dispite having played with this camera for some time, I am still in the 'new toy' phase of ownership. If I should start to rave - hit me on the head with a brick and tell me to get on with it. <<< The whys and wherefors >>> It has been about 7 months since my old Fuji DS-7 digital camera gave up the ghost and had to be put out of it's misery. It was a sad day when it was laid to rest after giving such faithful service and travelling the world (Jamaica, Philippines, Singapore & Australia) with me. As I have been given an annual bonus (shock!) I decided to purchase my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/02, updated on 01/01/02 (Very useful, 186 readings)
The first thing I have to say is that this was my first ever digital camera and I have no regrets. When I first saw it nearly a year ago in a high street shop it met all my needs, but a bit over my budget. So I got online and with a bit hunting I found it at about £30 of the high street price, and it was defiantly one of the best value cameras on the market. The camera comes with an easy to navigate interface, very common to all Fuji cameras, which with a bit of prepping you are ready to master. It has four different picture qualities, 640 pixels and 1.3 Mega pixels, at 640 pixels you can take about 100 shots with the 8MB memory card provided and are more than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/01, updated on 28/08/01 (Useful, 131 readings)
This is my first op so please be gentle with me…. I give my opinion only as a user and not a purchaser as I was fortunate enough to be given it as a consolation for reaching half a century and I wasn’t even playing cricket! The FinePix 1300 camera is so easy to use you really do just point and shoot and of course because it is digital you can wipe away the duff shots before anybody else sees them. The quality of pictures has been great and the ability to instantly play with them on the computer is great. I spent a week recently helping at a kids club where I was the designated photographer and to be able to take a shot, put it straight to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/01, updated on 19/06/01 (Useful, 233 readings)
The FinePix 1300 contains just about everything you'd expect from a low-cost camera: The 1.3 Mpixel Fuji FinePix 1300 camera 8Mb SmartMedia card Four alkaline AA batteries Hand strap USB cable Software including Adobe PhotoDeluxe and drivers Manuals for camera and software About the only thing missing here are a set of rechargeable batteries. You'll want to pick up a set right away, since alkaline batteries don't last very long. Two other missing features of note are support for serial connections, as well as video out so you can view your photos on a TV. The lens is uncovered on this camera, so ... Read the complete review
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