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Fujifilm FinePix F402 Digital Camera - Fujifilm FinePix F402 Digital Camera
Mon, April 19 2004 | 10:23PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Fujifilm must have been looking towards style conscious consumers when they designed the F402 because it is endowed with more sex appeal than a digital camera really ought to have. If this aluminum camera and its' little blue light don't scream "James Bond spy toy" to you I don't know what does... It goes without saying that this is a camera for regular folks - it is fully point and shoot ready, and small enough to fit into any pocket so it can be effortlessly carried around. To turn on the F402, you pull back on the little part of the metal circle shown to the left. The motor-driven lens pops out from behind the protective cover, and then it's simply a matter of framing the shot through the LCD or optical viewfinders, and pressing the shutter release. Easy as pie. Since the lens hides away in the camera body there is no lens cap to worry about, and no chance of the lens itself getting snapped off by rough handling. From startup to picture taking, the wait is no more than 2 seconds.
On top of the built-in ease of use, the Finepix F402 has a good set of features which include the ability to record short AVI film clips with sound, a built-in red-eye reduction flash, optical & LCD viewfinders and a USB interface for downloading to the computer.
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