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Fuji FinePix F50fd
Fuji FinePix F50fd

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Fuji FinePix F50fd

We've given the F50fd a grade of C.

Editor's Review

The Fuji F50fd FinePix aims for the 'wow' factor, with a big 12-megapixel sensor packed into its tiny, compact body. That's a lot of megapixels, and will give photographers the option of making larger digital prints, but it may be a little overboard. Fuji also outfits the F50fd with a very nice CCC-shift image stabilization system, ensuring that subtle shakes and jitters won't make your photos look terrible.


  • 12 megapixels
  • JPEG file format
  • CCD-Shift Image Stabilization
  • 3x optical zoom / 8x digital zoom
  • Autofocus
  • Auto and manual exposure
  • ISO 100-1600
  • Movie mode with sound
  • 2.7-inch LCD monitor
  • xD-Picture Card / Secure Digital memory (25MB internal)
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Part Number: FINEPIXF50FD
  • UPC: 4547410029444
  • Release Date: Jul 26, 2007

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Fuji FinePix F50fd Reviews

Fuji FinePix F50fd Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 4.0 out of 5
Good camera, older models better (V — 06/16/2008)

I was just comparing pictures, which compelled me to write a review. I originally had the F31fd but unfortunately got robbed. When i went to repurchase my camera I was sad to find that it was discontinued. This was supposed to be an upgrade of my camera so I was happy to purchase it. However, I have found the image quality to be worse than the F31fd,especially for low light/natural light shots. The flash on this camera is not as good either and leaves pictures looking a bit overexposed and much less natural than the F31fd's. Also, the camera body itself is more flimsy and plastic, where as the F31fd was solid and sturdy.

Overall though, this is still a great camera, no matter how bitter I am about my loss. For its size and price it takes great pictures and allows you the manual options for more freedom. There are also plenty of pre-set options too. The flower setting is great for macro shots! I've heard people complain that it is slow, but it really is fine. I would recommend it to anyone, although I'm not sure what new cameras are out there today.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Unreliable with bad after-sales service (Peter Thomas — 05/09/2008)

The camera took adequate photos for 2 weeks of moderate use then stopped focusing. Fujifilm have had it for more than 2 months and haven't decided whether to fix it or replace it. That's bad service. I have an empty wallet and no camera. Other reviews are right - the high ISO shots are very disappointing, especially since Fujifilm's marketing hype for this camera raves about their excellence in low light.