Fujifilm Finepix 4900 Zoom Reviews
Product Type: Fujifilm digital cameras
Description:Model ID N07184 / Fujifilm FinePix 4900 Zoom - Digital camera - 2.2 Mpix / 4.3 Mpix (interpolated) - optical zoom: 6 x - supported memory: SM - metallic grey / The FinePix 4900 Zoom is the ideal camera for the photo enthusiast. Further developing the features of the popular ... more
Fujifilm Finepix 4900 Zoom ... MX-2900 Zoom, this camera combines a powerful Super CCD chip with an unrivalled 6x zoom together with many photographic features which are not currently available at a similar price. The ultra-high resolution delivers a 2,400x1,800-pixel image file using FUJIFILM's patented Super CCD image sensor. The camera features a fast 6x super EBC fujinon aspherical optical zoom lens with an equivalent focal length of 35-210mm on a 35mm camera, as well as the added flexibility of a 3.75x digital zoom.
With the plethora of features and controls to suit the enthusiast, the FinePix 4900 Zoom also offers the total point-and-shoot solution. Simply switch to "Auto", press the shutter button and let the camera take over. In addition, the camera has a movie function to record those moments that are best captured as a moving image. The FinePix 4900 Zoom is designed for style as well as functionality, it has a metallic case with two separate zoom rockers for comfortable vertical and horizontal shooting.
Newest Review: ... this could do. I'm only a beginner in photography, so haven't yet explored all the options; but it's all there ... more
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Customer Fujifilm Finepix 4900 Zoom Reviews (4)
by - written on 12/04/01, updated on 29/07/01 (Very useful, 267 readings)
I bought this camera about a month ago. I am very pleased with the quality of pictures it is taking, and I am finding it really easy to use. There are loads of buttons and switches on it, all over the place, and it's a bit daunting to start with but I didn't try to learn it all at once, I just took it a bit at a time and it all fell into place. I like the way that you can override the automatic settings to give the camera either shutter priority or aperture priority, so for instance if you're taking action shots, you can set a fast shutter speed and the camera will adjust the aperture to match it. You can also set the equivalent of the film ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/02, updated on 21/04/02 (Very useful, 222 readings)
I bought this camera for Christmas (2001), and it was my first Digital Camera. Having spent a lot of time researching into what I wanted, I couldn't be happier with the results. First of all, my main criteria for a digital camera was that it could act as a standalone "point and shoot" camera, for taking snaps and family pictures quickly and easily. It wasn't going to be used just by me, so it needed to be user-friendly enough for the less experienced to use. Secondly, I wanted some more advanced features at my disposal - full manual control of exposure etc - and I was more than happy with what this could do. I'm only a beginner ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/01, updated on 10/07/01 (Useful, 292 readings)
Not being able to afford this camera myself, I was thrilled to bits when I got the opportunity to try it out on my PC. There is a bit of elusive software somewhere on that CD, but failing to find it within the few milliseconds of my patience wearing thin, I gave up due to my excitement and got straight to the camera itself. While not exactly feature-packed, you do get an adequate amount of specialities as is appropriate for it's hefty price tag. The autofocus works brilliantly (although not through glass, or fences etc.) and with the flash on it seems to cope admirably with poor light conditions. The colour quality is excellent in the pictures with bright, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/01, updated on 22/02/01 (Useful, 307 readings)
I have recently got myself this wonderful camera, I can't speak highly enough of it. Taking really good high quality photos is a breeze. It's light weight and compact with so many useful feature, an ideal camera for those 35mm devotee's who don't think digital is for them. If you get the printer to go with the Camera you don't need a PC to print your photos, however if you had a PC the software that comes with the camera is the easiest software I have ever used to download Photo's to PC. Simply plug the uSB into your cam and turn it on, that all you do! ... Read the complete review
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