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Fuji FinePix J150w
The Fuji J150w is an ultracompact camera with some interesting perks. The 3.0-inch LCD display sets it apart from its close relative, the J110w, with whom it shares a 28mm wide-angle lens. The J150w is capable of taking wider, more inclusive shots and the 10-megapixel sensor will provide excellent detail and larger prints.
- 10 megapixels
- 28mm wide angle lens
- 5x optical zoom / 5.7x digital zoom
- Auto focus
- ISO 64-3200
- JPEG file format
- 3.0-inch LCD display
- Secure Digital memory storage (24MB internal)
- Lithium-ion battery
- Part Number: FINEPIXJ150
- UPC: 074101488804
- Release Date: Aug 05, 2008
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Fuji FinePix J150w Reviews
Fuji FinePix J150w Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 2.0 out of 5
- 4.0 out of 5
The price is commensurate with the quality of camera.
The wide angle is nice for scenic shots, but for ocean shots the horizon line will be curved because of the lens. If that bothers you do not get it.
The 5X zoom is nice, the camera is small, but has enough weight so that you can still use it, this was well thought out by Fuji.
The photos were crisp and the color was very good.
Good choice for the money in my opinion.
- 1.0 out of 5
pic quality very low and not as durable as my last fuji :(
- 1.0 out of 5
My wife and I were originally going to buy a Canon SD1200, but the Fuji was $30 cheaper and I wanted to try something different after my old 4mp Canon, which took very good pictures but had been damaged. Within a few days of buying the Fuji I regretted it.
The flash creates very washed out indoor pictures. I was shocked when I saw the first shots of our baby- my old Canon had much better colour definition with flash. Even non-flash pictures didn't have the quality I was used to, parts of the image were lacking definition, certainly not printworthy. In addition, the lack of a viewfinder means you are totally reliant on the LCD display to take pictures, which is useless on a sunny day- the screen just looks black, you can't actually see what you're trying to shoot. We ended up taking pictures of garbage cans and bushes instead of our son!
We returned the camera in favour of the Canon we originally intended to buy.