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Konica Minolta DiMAGE F100
Konica Minolta DiMAGE F100

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Konica Minolta DiMAGE F100

Editor's Review

The Minolta DiMAGE F100 is a good camera for those looking for 4-megapixel resolution in a portable package. Though it packs an impressive selection of features, including an advanced autofocus capable of tracking a moving subject, a noticeable number of reviewers complain about the F100's slow zoom, shutter lag, and irregular autofocus results.


  • 4 megapixels (effective)
  • 3x optical zoom/2.5x digital zoom
  • auto and manual focus
  • program and manual exposure
  • JPEG and TIFF file formats
  • ISO range 100-800
  • 2 AA batteries
  • movie mode with sound
  • UPC: 00043325992964
  • Release Date: Mar 06, 2003

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Konica Minolta DiMAGE F100 Reviews

Konica Minolta DiMAGE F100 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 4.0 out of 5
great camera (James — 11/29/2006)

I have had this camera for 4 years, and in those 4 years I have never had any trouble with it. It does like to go through batteries (usually about 50 - 60 shots on a set of 2500Mha NiMH). My F100 has always produced consistent, clear, true images. The shutter speed is not too bad, not great, but still better than other cameras I have used (most recently a Pentax Optio A-10). And the shutter is predictable. Very much worth a look as it still packs the same features (and in some cases more features) than the latest models can even come up with).

  • 1.0 out of 5
Terrible camera (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

I finally put the stupid camera away after trying to take pictures at my son's graduation, my daughters dance recital and the camera being dead every time! Each time I have wanted to take an important picture the camera dies and then the lens won't close either. I have also sent it back and they keep telling me there is nothing wrong.

  • 1.0 out of 5
needs dedicated power station (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

I have never come across an appliance of any sort that consumes batteries with the ferocity that this camera does. I have never managed to master its operation...the batteries are dead before I get there. By ferocity, I mean that brand new fully charged rechargeable batteries are dead after the camera has been on for 10 - 15 minutes. Please can I have my old Olympus back?

  • 1.0 out of 5
Worst camera on the market (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

This camera is terrible. The resolution is off and the pictures come out to be completely grainy. I'm a loser. If I could afford to buy another camera i would.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Very Poor Camera (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

This camera eats batteries! There is nothing worse than having your kids doing something that you want to shoot, and find that the batteries are dead after only shooting about six shots. Auto focus has had to be repaired, and since the photo quality has not been as good. Not good for action photo's due to the camera delay from the time the photo is shot to actual recording of the shot. This camera impressed me at first, but as time went on the quality and usefulness of the camera has not performed. We are now looking for another camera

  • 1.0 out of 5
worst camera I've ever had!! (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

Well it should have been good, it had a good name, and a good price £429.
This camera is very poor indeed, it looks very nice and up to the job, but it's not, it eats batteries, lithium, 2.8 amp Ni-Mh re-chargables AA's or those very expensive molded job's. After 4 or 5 pictures the batteries are flat, I had the good fortune to purchase a 5 year warranty, it has been back to Minolta no less that 5 times, but they still can't fix it, it came back all damaged once but still not working right, when it takes pictures they are poor, often out of focus, you have to use a good software program to UP the brightness and contrast etc before pictures are usable, I have written several letters to Minolta which are just ignored. All in all a bitter disappointment! Save yourself a lot money and grief, buy a cheaper camera from some one else