Fujifilm Finepix Z1 Reviews
Product Type: Fujifilm digital cameras
Description:Model ID N076600A / Fujifilm FinePix Z1 - Digital camera - 5.1 Mpix - optical zoom: 3 x - supported memory: xD-Picture Card, xD Type H, xD Type M - silver / The FinePix Z1 Zoom showcases a variety of Fujifilm's inventive construction techniques that help the camera achieve its ... more
Fujifilm Finepix Z1 ... sleek, seamless casing and miniature dimensions. The zoom lens has a special refractive, non-extending design that delivers 3x optical reach without any visible movement on the Z1 Zoom's flat exterior.
The pocket-sized FinePix Z1 Zoom houses a fifth generation version of Fujifilm's Super CCD HR sensor, delivering superb images even in low light conditions, making it the ideal pocket companion for concerts or nights out. Its five megapixel processing power and low noise ISO 64-800 sensitivity range also means that large reprints can be developed without loss of image clarity or detail.
With its ergonomic, single-shell casing available in several colors, the FinePix Z1 Zoom promises to appeal to those with an eye for beautiful design. Simply slide back the front panel, and the camera is powered up and ready for action in a super-fast 0.6 seconds.
Despite its diminutive build, the FinePix Z1 Zoom sports a huge 2.5 inch LCD screen that is the largest in the Fujifilm range, making it ideal for viewing and editing images while out and about. Importantly for this type of 'take-everywhere' camera, the glass screen is also specially toughened, which makes it more than a match for the harsh environment of the pocket or handbag.
Remarkably for a camera of these dimensions, the FinePix Z1 Zoom also includes a TV-quality movie function, capable of capturing 30 frames per second, VGA video with sound. Furthermore, the large LCD screen makes it easy to view movies and share the action without needing to use a TV screen.
Newest Review: ... budget cameras, this is not great for taking pictures at a distance in a situation where the flash is needed, eg. in a school ... more
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Customer Fujifilm Finepix Z1 Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/12/09 (Useful, 24 readings)
This was the first camera I ever owned and I bought it 3 years ago. This takes fairly good pictures for the resolution, however, like many budget cameras, this is not great for taking pictures at a distance in a situation where the flash is needed, eg. in a school hall for a Christmas show. Other than that it is great where the lighting is better or for up close pictures. It is quite easy to use and intuitive (as cameras go). The desigh was very slick for the time and even looks good now. This is a good basic camera for learning how they work (it is not too complex but has a few basic features that would be good for a beginner to fiddle with without getting completely . Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/09 (Very useful, 69 readings)
My other half bought me this camera for my birthday, so I didn't actually choose i myself...he's a Canon SLR semi-pro, so I was quite surprised that he chose such a design-focused camera for me. Supposedly because he thought I'l like something compact and neat and shiny and pretty, cos I'm a girl with a small handbag - but I also trust his judgement on its functionality, and I think he made a really good call on this one. The slider lens cap function is fun and quite unique - my only concern is that it feels more liable to go wrong than a traditional lens cap/lens combo would. I also worry about grit and dirt accumulating under the slider bit...But so far, this camera ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/07, updated on 02/01/07 (Very useful, 278 readings)
PLEASE NOTE: This review is about Fuji FinePix Z2 Zoom. I tried to have the correct product added by dooyoo but was told "No suggestions possible for this category." I checked the specs for both cameras and the only difference I can see between the Z1 and Z2 is a better ISO ratio, meaning it is even better for night photos. The rest appears identical, however, the Z1 can only be purchased second hand it seems. Last year I was looking for a small digital camera for everyday use. I used to have one of the older Kodak EasyShare cameras but it was a few years old and while it was working perfectly fine it was heavy AND bulky, not something ... Read the complete review
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