Fuji FinePix A340 review posted|
(Thursday, December 23, 2004 - 08:05 EST)
Fuji FinePix digital cameras have always been associated with good image quality and color, with solid performance even at the lower-end of the line.
With a 4.0-megapixel CCD and 3x optical zoom lens, the Fujifilm A340 offers the same point-and-shoot convenience as Fujifilm's earlier entry-level models, but with greater flexibility thanks to its four preset scene mode and longer maximum exposure time, as well as more resolution from its larger sensor. Its color is very bright and highly saturated, likely to be appealing to many consumers, even though it's not technically "accurate".
Overall, it's a good entry-level digital camera, offering good resolution and an optical zoom lens at a very low price. (As I write this in mid-December 2004, it holds the distinction of being the least expensive 4-megapixel digital camera with a zoom lens on the market, based on current "street" prices.) Its combination of image quality and low price made it a Dave's pick as one of the best digital cameras in its entry-level price/performance bracket. Read our Fujifilm A340 review for all the details!