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The best Fujifilm point and shoot cameras are the highly portable and compact cameras from the manufacturer. The below listed top-rated digital cameras have ultra-zooming capabilities along with the waterproof support. The 720p HD video recording helps you to capture all your moments and allows you to upload these to YouTube. Also best suitable for capturing action shots, these cameras can capture images of at least 14 Megapixel resolution and can be affordable under the $400 price range.

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Fuji X20

Fujifilm X20 Digital Camera


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Fujifilm X20
Fujifilm XP60
Fujifilm XF1
Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR
FUJIFILM FinePix XP55
Fujifilm X20 Digital Camera
Fujifilm XP60 Digital Camera
Fujifilm XF1 Digital Camera
FUJIFILM F800EXR Digital Camera
FUJIFILM XP55 Digital Camera
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Release Date
Jan 2013
Jan 2013
Sep 2012
Jul 2012
Jul 2012
Camera Type
Standard Point and Shoot, Compact
Standard Point and Shoot, Compact
Compact, Standard Point and Shoot
Compact, Standard Point and Shoot
Standard Point and Shoot
Optical Zoom
4.0 x
5.0 x
4.0 x
20.0 x
5.0 x
Resolution
12.0 Megapixel
16.0 Megapixel
12.0 Megapixel
16.0 Megapixel
14.4 Megapixel
Image Sensor Type
X-Trans CMOS, CMOS
CMOS
EXR CMOS
EXR CMOS
LCD Screen Size
2.8 in.
2.7 in.
3.0 in.
3.0 in.
2.7 in.
Image Sensor Size
3.6 mm
2.5 mm
11.0 mm
8.0 mm

  • The Fujifiilm X20 is a great choice for people looking for a well-designed photographer's camera, but the basic feature set and disappointing video might not be for everyone.


  • If your head has been turned by the headline-grabbing X100S, but you really, really want a zoom lens, then the X20 is on hand to more than satisfy your needs. £519 / $599 is admittedly a lot of ask for what is essentially still a compact camera at heart, despite all the fancy trappings, but for us the Fujifilm X20 delivers such a winning combination of old and new that offers so many important improvements over the original model that we can heartily recommend it for new and X10 users alike. Essential!

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    The Fuji X20 is a powerful digicam that gives complete control to the photographer. Its performance and image quality rival that of an entry-level dSLR as does its price tag.


  • The price varies depending on retailer but for an average price of around £179, the Fujifilm FinePix XP60 is a good little camera. You get some decent features built in while any issues that surround it, such as the centrally located flash producing red-eye and having an awesome red-eye reduction feature. If you're looking to go on your travels and you want a little camera that has some decent features, the XP60 will suit your needs. While the image quality isn't the best due to the absent noise-reduction, it makes up for it in other areas.


  • We weren't expecting wonders from the range, but it's about time Fujifilm gave the tough and waterproof camera series a kick and turned it around to produce a more premium model. The XP60 delivers on the tough front, but its pictures are its weakness overall.


  • The Fujifilm FinePix XP60 looks good, and offers an impressive set of features including full HD video recording, it's waterproof to 6 metres, and is available in a number of colours. With a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor it offers high speed shooting and fast focusing, however, as it's not a backlit sensor, noise is high and this has a negative effect on images. The lens suffers from vignetting, as well as soft corners, giving disappointing image quality.


  • The Fujifilm XF1 offers a similar retro feel, solid build and excellent image quality as its bigger X-series relatives at a cheaper price, but some of the features are less well-realised with style often winning out over substance.


  • The XF1 enters a competitive field in the form of the enthusiast compact market, where it primarily distinguishes itself from its peers through its smart, retro design. The camera's leather and matte aluminium finish, along with the manual zoom operation make the XF1 a pleasing camera to hold and use. Retract the lens fully and the camera can also be easily pocketed. Despite these obvious pluses, the XG1 is not without its faults.


  • We have handfuls of love for the XF1 thanks to its decent image quality, collapsible manual zoom lens, competitive price and retro, pocketable design. But that's met with a few pinches of disappointment too: the maximum f/4.9 aperture at the full extent of the zoom, lack of optional viewfinder, ongoing "white orb" issues due to the sensor and that not-so-nice faux-leather finish. It's close, but the cigar's not quite met the lips of this otherwise good-looking and decent-performing high-end compact.


  • The new Fujifilm FinePix F800EXR introduces wireless image transfer, 6 artistic filters and a slightly cheaper price to Fujifilm's travel-zoom range, but image quality and RAW processing speeds are still problematic and we miss the F770EXR's on-board GPS features.


  • Buying a digital camera is not as easy as it was in the early days of the digital imaging revolution and that's a good thing for consumers. Today's digital camera marketplace provides an almost endless parade of new cameras and photographers (at every experience level) have more choices than they've ever had before.


  • Although it sounds good value, the F800EXR lacks some "must have" features and fails to address long-zoom focus issues of its predecessors. Lens-based image stabilisation lacks and lens flare is an ongoing issue, and while picture quality is reasonable and the EXR mode successful, it's no better than its F770EXR in this department. Fujifilm needs to iron out the bugs in the system before the F-series can push forward as, for now, competitors continue to advance ahead of this model.


Top 5 fuji point and shoot camera:

  1. Fujifilm X20 Digital Camera
  2. Fujifilm XP60 Digital Camera
  3. Fujifilm XF1 Digital Camera
  4. FUJIFILM F800EXR Digital Camera
  5. FUJIFILM XP55 Digital Camera