Fuji FinePix J50
Fuji's latest affordable point and shoot is the Finepix J50. Coming with 8.2 megapixels and a 5x optical zoom, the J50 also sports a hi resolution LCD in a compact form fitting package.
- 8.20 Megapixels
- 5x optical zoom with 37mm wide-angle lens
- AVI Movie mode with sound
- JPEG file format
- Digital Picture Stabilization
- Auto focus
- 64-zone metering
- ISO 100-1600
- 2.7-inch LCD display
- SD, SDHC & xD Digital memory capacity to 2GB, 12MB Internal memory
- Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
- Part Number: F-FX J50S-US-CD-BN
- UPC: 4547410037746
- Release Date: Jan 31, 2008
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Fuji FinePix J50 Reviews
Fuji FinePix J50 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users
- 5.0 out of 5
I am very happy with this camera. It has performed excellent under all conditions but you must read the manual. It takes a while to learn all of the settings but it is worth the time to learn. At my daughter's wedding I found that my pictures were usually comparable to the professional photographer's.
- 2.0 out of 5
You can find a better camera in the price range. I am not impressed with this camera. I may need more practice with this particular model, but so far I have had a tough time getting clear pics w this camera.
- 1.0 out of 5
Rec'd this as a gift, so did not research. Blurry action shots, even when set on sport setting; blurry, grainy indoor shots. Do NOT recommend!
- 4.0 out of 5
at first i didnt like this camera but now that i got used to it i love it i've found that it takes pictures best on manual mode with the white balance on shade and forced flash even on sunny days.
- 3.0 out of 5
I have taken several pictures with this camera and I was impressed with the color and sharp images. I have a Cannon Rebel digital which I must say this camera takes picture just as good.
- 2.0 out of 5
We previously owned a Fuji Finepix 3500 for 6 years and were impressed with the picture quality and vivid colors. When our old camera broke we wanted a smaller pocket sized camera. What we have found is a lot of frustration at horrible picture quality. The pictures are fuzzy on every setting. The colors are dull and at times grainy. For this quality of picture, the camera should cost around 50 dollars. I thought we were supposed to be moving forward in quality of technology, not backwards.