DIGITAL Q1

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The Digital Q1 was a FUJIFILM digital camera model announced in 2003.

Features[edit]

The Digital Q1 is a 2 megapixel digital camera. It contains internal flash memory and an xd-card slot, USB port for file transfer, and an LCD screen for image preview/review. The camera has 3 resolutions, plus a function to record compressed, low-resolution video (AVI format). It can be used as a webcam via the USB port. The DIGITAL Q1 is a low-cost, beginners model – only date and time need to be set. A 16 Mbyte xD card is included.

Zoom and flashlight[edit]

There are two zoom systems: one hardware zoom (with little effect,[clarification needed] however it turns off the flashlight); and a 4-stage digital zoom. The built-in flashlight is powered by the two AA batteries.

Picture files[edit]

The camera includes a battery-backed clock, allowing time and date to be included in the Exif record. Pictures are recorded in JPEG format, and video files are recorded in AVI format.

Resolutions[edit]

  • 320 x 200 (video)
  • 640 x 480 (low)
  • 1200 x 800 (medium)
  • 1600 x 1200 (high)

Adjustments[edit]

The Exif record includes the shutter time, which varies considerably in relation to the brightness situation. There are menu options to adjust brightness (and other) parameters, with little effect – the firmware aligns to a medium result.[clarification needed]

Reviews and reactions[edit]

Computer Active rated the camera 3 out of 5 stars, saying: "As a fun snapper for holidays, nights out, or maybe as a first camera for the kids, it has plenty going for it. Serious photo fans should keep shopping."[1]

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