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Fuji FinePix Z37
Fuji FinePix Z37

Fuji FinePix Z37

Editor's Review

The Fuji FinePix Z37 is a stylish, attractive point-and-shoot camera that is sure to get people talking. It's remarkably thin, only 19.1mm in depth, making it perfect for shooters who want a portable, easy-to-tote camera for quick candids and hassle-free photographs.

Specifications

  • 10 megapixels
  • 3x optical zoom
  • SR Auto: Intelligent automatic mode
  • Very thin: 19.1mm thick
  • 2.7-inch LCD display
  • Part Number: FINEPIXZ37
  • UPC: 074101000429
  • Release Date: Sep 01, 2009

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Fuji FinePix Z37 Reviews

Fuji FinePix Z37 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 1.0 out of 5
JUNK (Wendy — 06/24/2010)
I bought this camera for my 14 year old daughter for Christmas. She uses it alot, and her pictures are great. Unfortunately, the UBS port where you plug the camera in to recharge it broke off. I have paid to send the camera for repair, assuming that the 1 year warranty would cover the repair. I have just received notification that it will cost me $82.50 to repair the camera (I only paid $99 for it and could buy a new one for $69 on amazon!!). It is not covered by warranty because it was "damaged" As far as I am concerned it was damaged by their own plug, they will not stand behind their own equipment. I buy Canon cameras for a reason ;) My daughter wanted this one because it was "pretty"...goes to show you what pretty does. I will stick with Canons from now on!!!
  • 5.0 out of 5
AWESOME! (Terri — 05/03/2010)
I have only ever bought professional sized canon model camera's but with having little kids now it was time for a cheaper, quicker and faster way of taking pictures with out lugging around my larger camera! I ADORE this camera. Its cheap, pretty and fairly quick for being so cheap. I love it! I would recommend this camera to any mom on the go that needs a camera in her purse that can be tossed around, dropped and chewed on by a baby! I am buying two more of these cameras as gifts this month!
  • 5.0 out of 5
Great quality and price! (Ichan — 01/12/2010)

I bought my purple Fujifilm Z37 at my local Military AAFES store around $120. I was simply drawn to it's unique style and vabrant color. I usually purchase Sony Cybershot because of it's high quality but honestly this camera is no different. I was instantly amazed of how clear my photos came out when I took them. This camera is also user friendly so you won't need to keep looking at the user guide to use it. My husband was very impressed with my purchase and actually bought one in blue! I highly recomend this to everybody who is on budget but wants a high quality product! You won't be dissapointed =)

  • 5.0 out of 5
best camera, great great price (emy — 01/30/2010)
This camera is amazing. I bought a Nikon Coolpix touchscreen one about a year ago for over $300 and i got this one for $119. I like this one much better. Everything about it is great. Mine is purple and its really sleek and shiny. It takes clear pictures and great quality video. I adore this thing. You will not go wrong by buying it. The only bad thing i can possibly say about it is that the buttons dont have lights in them, so in the dark its almost impossible to use them. other than that, this is the best camera I have used.
  • 5.0 out of 5
Good Deal Great Pics (Todd — 01/02/2010)

After 1 week this is the best camera under 200 I think. Picture quailty is amazing , very crisp, even action shots great value at $100 at walmart. Super user freindly even for kids, probably buy another one soon.

  • 1.0 out of 5
The worst quality I've ever seen in a camera (Laura — 10/23/2009)

I have bought fujifilm cameras for years. This is currently my third. I bought it at a local walmart for $140 and it isnt worth $14. The camera was packaged horribly and the picture quality is terrible. All of the pictures that I've taken with it are blurrrrry! I took the first one back because I thought it was a a one in a million issue and got the same camera. Again, all blur. I even put it on a tripod for maximum stability and still very blurry. If your subject is moving even as little as blinking, in blurs. I would not recommend this product to anyone. Go with Casio models, I ended up having to and am very happy that I did....finally!

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