Fuji FinePix 4800 - full review!|
(Saturday, August 25, 2001 - 18:00 EDT)
Aiee! Observant readers will have caught that our Fuji FinePix 4800review has been online for over a week already, but in amongst the recent flood of camera announcements, we missed mentioning it on our own news page - sorry!
Fuji's line of compact digicams win big points for style. Their latest round of products have improved image quality significantly over their predecessors, with better color and lower noise. We reviewed the top-end 6800 model earlier, now we've taken a look at it's little brother (sister?) the FinePix 4800.
The 4800 has a 2.4 megapixel SuperCCD, delivering images up to 4.3 megapixels in size. Interestingly, we found the 4800's color inaccurate in some respects, but the overall effect is to produce printed output that we think typical consumers will find very appealing. All in all, a nice, compact advanced point & shoot camera that we think will find a ready market. Read the review for all the details! When you're done, get a second opinion from the folks at Steve's Digicams...