'The Fujifilm XQ2 is a solid entry in the field of premium compacts.'
'The Fuji XQ2 is undoubtedly a lovely little camera to use. '
'attractive advanced compact'
'The built-in flash worked well indoors, with no red-eye and good overall exposure. '
'If you're in the market for a compact superzoom and you're on a budget, the SX600 HS is our recommendation.'
'Creative Shot mode.'
'Shutter lag with flash is poor.'
42x optical zoom available with Digic 4+ processor
This camera packs a 24-1008mm zoom lens for serious close-ups
This is a camera for someone who finds they’ve outgrown their basic point-and-shoot and wants to start dipping their toe into manual settings.
Has shooting modes for every type of photographer from casual to advanced
Sharp lens, 20x zoom range
Quicker GPS and better image quality
Finger rail grip, Better than average noise control
Sharp lens, Impressive images through ISO 1600
Better JPEG image quality
Great image quality
Impressive noise control at higher ISO settings
Excellent wireless features and an abundance of shooting options
Sharp images, Integrated Wi-Fi
Suit a wide range of abilities
Fast maximum aperture, neutral colors, integral handgrip
Lot of shooting options
Video is surprisingly smooth and sharp in the top 1080/30p mode
Flexible LCD screen
Excellent VR optical stabilisation, Built-in GPS with POI database
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