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Fujifilm XF1 - Review

Advantages: Easy, Light, Great Quality, As Good as a professional one, Cheap, quite resistant
Disadvantages: Ugly (IMO), Zoom Problems

At first i was quite disappointed, the zoom makes the lens really slow, the look of it isn't what i like but the overall quality is really great. It took me some time to get with this as i used to take photos with professional cameras but i'd say that i' ...

TheDreach 26.08.2014 · Read full review
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X-E2, The Second of My Fuji 'X-Men'

Advantages: Build and picture quality. Interchangeable lenses whilst still compact.
Disadvantages: Lens selection limited to Fuji and Leica, although some manual adapters for other makes exist.

It was not an easy decision. I’ve owned a succession of Nikon D-SLRs for some years now, the latest incarnation being the excellent D7000 although I’d still be using the D90, had not my daughter dropped her D70 ‘hand-me-down-from-Dad’ just days before he ...

BNibbles 02.06.2014 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm X-E2

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Smile Please

Advantages: Inexpensive, reliable, light and expandable.
Disadvantages: Poor battery life, no WebMode and no slipcase.

Before anyone says anything – yes this is an older model digital camera, however it is the one I own & love. The Product is still available in retail and is now on the second hand market – checkout www.morgancomputers.co.uk. If I should start ...

Dragonone 06.07.2002 · Read full review
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Review of Fujifilm FinePix 1300

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Fujifilm FinePix 1300 Digital Camera

Advantages: Easy, reasonable price, good pictures, many features.
Disadvantages: No cover over lens. Optical viewfinder is slightly offset and that can be tricky to line up correctly.

I decided that it was time that I bought a digital camera. After some initial research on the internet I knew rhat cameras started at about £40 and went up to hundreds of pounds. Subsequently I went to Jessops for further advice and to make a purchase. ...

ChrisMc 24.05.2001 · Read full review
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Snap Happy!

Advantages: Clear pictures, Easy to use, Value for money
Disadvantages: No lens cover, poor battery life

The Fuji FinePix 1300 is the first digital camera that I bought and I've had few regrets. I bought it nearly two and a half years ago and its still going strong. I chose the Finepix ahead of the competition because of the price- £150 back then ,althoug ...

Jon27 18.03.2004 · Read full review
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