There's probably not too much difference in the remaining 35mm P&S cameras today. I just picked up a Fuji 120v. Zooms from 38-120mm, and takes decent telephoto shots as long as you use 400 or 800 ISO film.
The pictures come out sharp, with good color balance and detail.
It's impossible to take a techically bad picture with it, and that's what I look for in a pocket camera. Also like how it takes 10-12 rolls on one litium battery.
Nice camera for 85.00.
Wolfcamera.com is selling them for 80.00-if you order 20.00 worth of batteries /film, you're over the 100.00 threshold for free shipping. Just a thought...and yes, this 80.00 camera does what my lost 4 year old 239.99 camera did!
35mm film quality is better than ever-and the fact that Walmart/Walgreens/Kmart sell the film, batteries, and processing is a plus. I talked to the photo mgr at a Kmart & she said 35mm processing isn't going away-the equipment is durable, paid for, and profitable.
Prepare yourself for the "digital is better" onslaught to follow...(tongue in cheek)
Eagerly anticipating the next 9 vs 40 vs 45 thread.
Last edited by thinkfast; 11-21-2004 at 17:46..