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Catering for non-computer owners, the FinePix A210 Zoom comes with a Video Out socket, enabling photographs to be viewed immediately on a TV screen. For hard copy prints, users can visit the wide number of high street photographic retailers offering Fujifilm digital print services (FDi) in-store. The service allows users to view, select and enhance their images via an easy-to-use touch screen. The prints are developed on true photographic paper, delivering superb results that are guaranteed to last and can be recorded to CD for safekeeping.
The FinePix A210 Zoom ensures high picture quality with programmed auto exposure and flash capabilities to capture clear images, from which you can produce larger prints. The 3x optical zoom lens further enhances the creative possibilities, yet this camera maintains point-and-shoot simplicity. In addition, the camera offers a 10 frames per second (fps) movie recording facility.
In essence, the FinePix A210 Zoom is easy to use and accessible to all. The optional PictureCradle enables the user to download images and charge batteries in one simple procedure - so there's no messing around with multiple cables.
FinePix A210 Zoom features at a glance:
3.2 million effective pixels Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens equivalent to 36-108mm on a 35mm camera xD-Picture Card providing large storage capacity and low power consumption (512MB card available soon) Movie recording capabilities up to 10 frames per second (fps). Records movies up to 60 seconds (320 x 240 pixels) and up to 4 minutes (160 x 120 pixels) with a 16MB xD-Picture Card (included) Video Out socket, which enables photographs to be reviewed on a TV screen Fast operation and simple to use, just 'point and shoot' for lifelike images
Long lasting battery life The FinePix A210 Zoom has been specifically developed to reduce power consumption. The 2 x AA alkaline batteries supplied with the camera deliver an impressive 300 shots under normal conditions (with the LCD monitor switched off). Ni-MH rechargeable batteries are also available as part of the accessories range for even better battery economy.
Straight from the box The FinePix A210 Zoom is supplied with everything needed to start shooting straight from the box. A full range of accessories including two AA alkaline batteries, 16MB xD-Picture Card, hand strap, software CD-ROM, video cable and USB cable are bundled with the camera. The supplied software CD includes USB drivers, Fujifilm's FinePix Viewer 4.0 for image browsing, and ImageMixer VCD for creating multimedia albums. The camera is also supplied with an adapter that enables the camera to slot straight into the optional PictureCradle.
Like many cameras it comes only with a 16mg card - I upgraded immediately to 128. The wrist strap was also missing when the camera arrived.
The fujifilm A210 has as much quality as anyone could want to take on holiday,or remember the joys of a birthday, or Christmas, and is loaded with features.
The 3.2 mega-pixels are more than standard, and the 3 x Optical Zoom and 3.2 x digital, isn't bad at all for this price, nor is the fact that the movies are of brilliant quality also.
This camera comes with a CD to download the pictures you have taken, onto your computer, via a USB cable which is supplied. Even though the box of this camera does say, "Designed for Windows Xp" the CD works perfectly on my standard Windows 98 computer. The USB cable also enables you to use this camera as a webcam and be viewed to many of your friends.
The negative points, (which come with every camera)can be solved at a cheap price. This camera comes with a picture card, which is basically a film for an ordinary camera except of course, this images(photos) can be deleted. BUT the picture card can hold a very little amount of good quality images, therefore to solve this problem you can buy a new "fujifilm XD picture card" which costs between £18+ for a decent 64mb card that will be able to hold much more images and movies. The last problem is one that bascially every camera has, batteries.Read more ›