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Fuji FinePix F650
Fuji FinePix F650

Hey! You should know that this product has been discontinued. Here are our current recommended cameras in the Ultra Compact Digital Cameras category.

Fuji FinePix F650

Fuji FinePix F650

We've given the F650 a grade of C+.

Editor's Review

Another entry into the "Giant LCD" category, the ultra compact Fuji F650 has a 3.0 inch LCD and a big 5x optical zoom so you can get up close and personal with your subjects. These features alone move the Fuji F650 to the top tier of ultra compact cameras; the only thing this model is lacking in is size. A 6 megapixel sensor will provide your big screen with crisp and detailed shots ready to be shared with your friends or printed for posterity.


  • 6 megapixels
  • 5x optical zoom / 4.4x digital zoom
  • auto focus
  • auto exposure
  • ISO 64-400
  • JPEG file format
  • movie mode w/sound
  • lithium ion battery
  • 3.0 inch LCD
  • xD-Picture card storage (32MB internal)
  • Part Number: F650
  • UPC: 741014400300
  • Release Date: Mar 03, 2006

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Fuji FinePix F650 Reviews

Fuji FinePix F650 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 5.0 out of 5
Broken hearted! (Samuel Brunetto — 05/09/2009)

I loved this camara and it was sitting in my office on my table in an aircraft hangar--- and --- some bastard stole it!!

  • 5.0 out of 5
Excellent camera (Gordy — 02/10/2009)

The Fuji F650 is an excellent camera! The 3" screen is great for older people to use and review pictures. Everyone who has seen my 8x10's comment about the great clarity and quality of the pictures when they are enlarged to that size.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Slow shutter lag, otherwise excellent (Jeff — 12/21/2008)

Huge 3" display, 5x optical zoom, excellent battery life. Only difficulty is the 1sec to 2sec lag between pressing the shutter button and it taking the picture. Don't know if you can find a better one for the money....

  • 4.0 out of 5
broke (sondra — 09/17/2008)

I loved this camera and had it for 13 months but 2 days ago as I took it out of my purse while sitting to take a pic fell on the floor and broke. Took it to the shop today but he has not called me back yet so I think RIP my sweet Fuji.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Nice camera for what it is, point and shoot (snoluver — 03/02/2008)

I got this for my teenage daughter last May for her 16th birthday. It takes AWESOME pictures. She took it to Alaska last summer and got some amazing photos, good enough to enlarge and frame. The only negative thing I can say about it is the lack of a viewfinder, which is only needed outdoors on sunny days. It is amazing to me how the Fuji-line is so overlooked! What is even more amazing is that people just go out and buy a camera without researching! I will NEVER own another Kodak. And that's what I see the most of when I'm out. It's the Kodak name and recently they haven't been living up to their name at all. I am looking at the Fuji S700 for myself, which is what I'm getting ready to buy. My best advice is RESEARCH before you buy ANYTHING electronic!

  • 5.0 out of 5

I have traveled the world as an "Art Photographer", having every Canon, Nikon, Commercial equip. this beats them all !
Recently attended a " hawdy-tawdy" gathering, A "high tea", for "grand-parents" day! The "Hawdy-Tawdies" came over, asking, looking, taking notes on napkins when I started using my new "snappy", within 5 minutes I could have sold 30 +, everyone taking down the brand, looking, holding, taking photos of their children...they were as amazed as I have been ! The 2 gb card ( the original) , has taken 100 + photos, plus several 30 min. to 45 min. movie's, not downloaded yet! How 'bout that ! Most incredible "professional looking great little "snappy". My shoulders thank you ! By the way, sales guy sold me a 2 GB card by Olympus, did you know the f650 camara does "panarama photos+movies, and get this ! 3-D ! (with this camera!) You heard it right ! Now where do we get the 3-D glasses ! One important feature, at a Lake outing, an evening-night cook out with gas lanterns for light...the F650 captured as seen ! lighting, perfect!, ambiance incredible!

I purchased this little "snappy" on the run, just asked clerk for "that one with the big screen", "Price he asked ?" what is your much? doesn't matter, just so it is "that one with the big screen"... "done ! " with a 2 GB card... out of the store in 15 minutes ! Studied to purchase, nope, just had a "feeling" (used Fuji film my entire Professional photographic life...knew it had to be great !... and so it was. (no "lag time"!)
X-mas?, everyryone is, yes,you're right, getting new F650's ! Everyone in the family ! Compitition ?, doesn't matter!
Probably sold 50 at the "Hawdy-Tawdy High Tea".
( try a "night shooting" short movie with holiday lights, etc. ! )
Feel free to respond to my feelings for my new F650 "snappy".

  • 4.0 out of 5
Good camera - needs a viewfinder! (Kathe — 11/05/2007)

Bought this camera in Italy when the camera I brought with me broke. Takes nice pictures but it does need a view finder for sunny days.

  • 5.0 out of 5
the best, by far (Sue — 06/04/2007)

I've only had my Fuju A65o for about 3 months now and have taken 100's of pics - love the clarity and I never noticed that it didn't have a viewfinder until reading the reviews today. I'm still learning all the functions, but so glad I changed from Cannon to Fuji. I hesitated learning a new, different digital but it's very user friendly for us "old folks".

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great Camera, Great Value! (Ricky — 04/19/2007)

Perfect camera. $149.00 at - can't beat that price. Get a 2GB XC for another $50 and you're ready to roll...
Very nice camera for the money.

  • 5.0 out of 5
The best Valued camera out there (Casey — 03/28/2007)

I love this camera with the large screen and great MP and a Zoom that will blow you out of the water. NEVER SEEN A CAMERA WITH SUCH QUALITY. The best Camera on the market.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Perfect choice (todd — 02/10/2007)

This is our first digital camera. I am sure we made the perfect choice. Simple to use, beautiful pictures. My wife has limited English and she figured out the controls in a day. I read some bad reviews about this camera from the so called pros and I just do not see a problem with this camera. Just remember to hold the shutter button half way down, give the camera a chance to focus and shoot.I am totally satisfied with this internet purchase and was money well spent

  • 5.0 out of 5
Love this camera (nadine — 12/31/2006)

I love this camera, nice LCD huge! Many features to give you just what you need. Size is good too. I got a great price, with the 1 GB memory I paid 215. including tax. LOVE IT

  • 4.0 out of 5
Fujifilm f650 (David Jory — 11/22/2006)

Great viewfinder, small compact with great zoom. Partner wanted camera small large zoom and 6 megapixels , this has all we need to complement slr film camera

  • 5.0 out of 5
LCD is a crowd-drawer (Mike D from Alpena, MI — 11/09/2006)

This is a superb camera for the money and people go nuts over the size of the LCD screen. The only minor complaint I have is a view finder would come in handy sometimes, but other than that, I would highly reccomend buying this camera. I have always have a good experience with fuji camera's.

  • 4.0 out of 5
overall use (E. Kacos — 11/01/2006)

When I bought the camera, I was impressed by thelarge lcd monitor,which I really like plus the compact size and the optical power. This camera is a pocket rocket. Unfortunately it needs a
viewfinder. It's nigh impossible to take pictures out doors on a sunny day. The other thing that happened to me was most of the selection modes on the top ring wore off during my trip to Morocco. Otherwise I give it a good rating.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Great camera for the money (LS — 10/27/2006)

I always like Fuji cameras because of its optics. The images are always sharp with lots of depth. This little camera is great for the money — 5X zoom, some controls (Aperture and Shutter priority exposures), and the huge 3" screen is a show stopper. I am surprised why this camera is not as popular as it should. Maybe it is the proprietary battery (NP-40, which you can get a third party spare for about $15), the xD card (which is not as cheap as SD cards), and lack of viewfinder (I have not use a viewfinder ever since I went digital in 1999).

  • 4.0 out of 5
YAY! (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

I love it! I went to a Cat Empire Concert and took heaps of awsome pics with it!!! very nice!!!

  • 4.0 out of 5
I like it (anonymous — 07/18/2006)

nice, very nice indeed