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Old Mar 1, 2004, 2:33 AM   #1
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Default Why does fuji do such a stupid thing?

I owned or played with at lease 3 Fuji digital cameras. I think Fuji has the best picture quality and performance out of all the major brands of point-and-shoot cameras.

But one annoying thing that keeps me from being a total Fuji fan is that their cameras have no memory. Everytime you turn the camera off and back on again it resets all settings. This is not a problem with other brands of cameras.

Why won't Fuji fix this? Its so dumb. No digital camera user can leave their camera on for a long time without killing the battery, but I hate digging through all the menus everytime I want to take a picture at the same location I have been in. COME ON FUJI..on cheap watch battery in your cameras would do the trick. Fix this stupid mistake
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Old Mar 1, 2004, 5:29 AM   #2
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S5000 remembers the settings if you turn it OFF then ON again.
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Old Mar 1, 2004, 8:19 AM   #3
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I've had 4 fuji cameras (F401, 6900 and 2 602's and none do that. OK - if you take the battery out for more than about 2 mins, this will happen, but normally, all settings are remembered even when it is switched off.

So, come on, what are you doing different ? Do you take the batteries out when you put it to bed ?
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