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Fujifilm FinePix 40i 2.4MP Digital Camera /MP3 Player, Silver

This camera is the perfect balance between high resolution and small size. The photo’s I have taken with this camera are so fantastic, that two other picky people from my office finally bit the bullet and bought one too! I have traveled the world for 13 years capturing the moment – therefore -my photo’s are important to me. By the same token, if the thing is too large, I am less likely to want to drag it along. This camera is so small, I carry it with me everywhere – traveling or not. It is also easy to use with auto or manual functions if you prefer. The macro lens is great – I have used it in lieu of a document scanner in a pinch. I carry a couple of spare rechargeable batteries (extra 5 bucks) so I am never out of juice and the smart media cards are only limited by MB = hundreds of pictures on one card. Another important consideration is the time it takes the camera to record the shot. Some digitals have more megapixels but are too slow to record initially or between shots. This one is as fast as a film camera. To sum it up – this camera takes beautiful pictures, is easy to operate, fast to act, and small enough to carry in a pocket while skiing. Top this off with ?Ofoto? (Amazon’s photo printing service) and the results are amazing – worth framing. If this baby ever dies–> I will buy another one!The digital video is fun for short takes with sight and sound that can be replayed on the camera. I have never used the MP3 function and I do not care if I ever do. Best of luck on your camera hunt. From Venice to the Swiss Alps to New Zealand, this is my choice. _ams Check it out!

Digital cameras and MP3 players utilize the same types of memory cards. Fuji took advantage of that fact when they created the FinePix 40i, which combines an MP3 player with a high-resolution digital camera. The camera uses a 2.4-megapixel Fuji Super CCD to capture images at an interpolated resolution of 2,400 x 1,600. Other possible resolutions include 1,280 x 960 and 640 x 480. The FinePix 40i is also capable of recording AVI movies at a resolution of 320 x 240 at 10 frames per second, for up to 80 seconds. SmartMedia cards are used for storing both images and MP3 files, and the USB port provides quick upload and download speeds for both images and audio. One note: for copyright management reasons, all songs must be transferred to the unit via the USB cable; a card recorded on a computer-based card reader or on a friend’s MP3 player can’t be played on this unit. A tethered remote holds all the controls for the audio player, and provides a headphone jack for the included headphones. The video-out lets you preview images on a television. The 40i also comes with rechargeable NiMH batteries, image-editing software, and digital audio software.




Fujifilm FinePix 40i 2.4MP Digital Camera /MP3 Player, Silver Review


I’ve had my 40i for just over 3 months and I’m very happy with it’s performance. The major advantages for me have been it’s size, picture quality and, of course, the very handy digital video recording functions. I would definately recommend it to friends because, in my opinion, it’s the best all round performer. OK, with that out of the way, I have one major problem with the video function: Having used the camera on a regular basis, I’ve found myself recording more and more videos. I now have 2 64meg cards to support my habit. The videos are saved as . avi files which I thought would be ideal to send to friends to view the videos. Unfortunately, if the video is double clicked on a standard Windows PC it does not act as a standard . avi file and it cannot be viewed ie it can only be viewed either from within the Exif Viewer software (supplied with the camera) or by opening Quicktime then opening the file itelf. I’m happy to be proved wrong on this. I’ve tried renaming the file to . mov so that it can be recognised by Quicktime and I’ve also tried changing the file associations in Explorer so that the file is viewed by the standard . avi viewing software. When the file is double-clicked in Explorer a connection to the net is made to attempt to download the appropriate decompressor (which, of course, fails). My suggestion is simple – if the file generated is indeed given a . avi extension, can it be viewed as any other . avi please? I’m sure that there’s a very good reason why this occurs but try explaining it to the average Joe who tries to view the video without Exif Viewer or Quicktime. -Read Reviews-

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Ok, I have been dubious about digital cameras for a while now and have been very dubious over the 4. 3mp claims of the fuji range, it is after all an interpolated octagonal 2. 4 mg chip at the end of the day. Well all that doesn’t matter. This baby rocks. First off I had no problems with mp3’s, I got mine . .. and stuck ’em in the 40i and off I went. NO PROBS!!This camera is tiny, it’s light and it a joy to hold and use. The quality of the pictures are amazing, I took a shot of the sky just before sunset and the detail in the clouds is unreal. The 16MB supplied card is a bone of contention for me. Yes it will store 19 or so max resolution pics. But compact flash would have been the way to go Mr Fuji. The smartmedia is ok but it’s wafer thin, looks like it could easily break with removing it all the time to go in a card reader and the industry seems to support the bigger CF cards. So why not Fuji?I reckon a 64meg card would give you almost 80 pics at the max setting. Maybe enough for a holiday/vacation hmmm maybe. ….I did print out some pics first at max setting, then at norm setting and I couldn’t tell the difference – even at 10 by 8 size so maybe a 64 meg card would do it. Anyway, this is the camera for me, I don’t buy things unless I am totally happy with them and I am totally happy with this purchase.

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