Fujifilm MX-1200

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The Fujifilm is a 1.3 megapixel digital camera made in Taiwan for Fuji, introduced c. late 1999. Image resolution is actually 1,280 x 960 pixels - or 1,228,800 pixels, not quite the claimed 1.3M. It has an optical viewfinder, with the option of live view on the LCD panel. It uses SmartMedia cards for data storage, and is powered by 4 AA batteries.

The sensor has a sensitivity of ISO 125, and the shutter has a range of 1/4 to 1/750s and a 10 second self-timer. The lens is fixed focus, but with a macro switch for close focusing. The Fujinon fixed length, fixed focus 5.8mm/f4.5 lens (35mm equiv: 38mm), stops to f/11, with 2x digital zoom. It focuses from 17.8 inches to infinity, plus a macro mode set by a switch on the side giving 3.9 to 17.8 inches.

This one is still showing some of the remains of the tape that used to hold the battery door shut. It seems to work, and the batteries have not yet fallen out. Very dull-looking; this photo is in full colour. The back has a little colour in the selector switch, but still not eye-catching.

Claiming 1.3megapixels; 1,280 x 960 pixel resolution (1,228,800 pixels). Runs on 4 AA batteries, using SmartMedia cards for storage. Optical viewfinder and live view on the LCD panel.