Works, super light, and slim with 3 inch LCD, BAD PIX
The specs point to it being a great point and shoot, even on the budget end, but I didn't like the pictures it takes. On the onboard LCD (granted, 3" is big), on the closest "zoom" of a taken picture, you can see the noise and fuzzyness. I didn't try it in bright light and daylight, but I need an all purpose camera. The flash can be really bright. Down side is that the automatic white balance overcompensates and then everything looks yellow in the end.
Very easy to use with only basic features
The Fujifilm FinePix JX580 has a tempting price point, but the frustrations that this camera will cause for photographers, other than the most basic beginners, are high enough that it's tough to recommend it. The JX580's battery life is extremely poor, which means that you aren't going to be able to shoot extended photography sessions with this camera. With 16MP of resolution, you'd expect to make large prints with this model, but focus softness makes that impossible much of the time.
10x zoom is nice for a point-and-shoot
Fujifilm has put out a couple really basic point-and-shoot cameras to build from their last year's models. The T400 is one of these, but we don't feel like it has added much value since last year. In fact, we did a full review of the T300 from last year, and we see that features we liked have been removed. There used to be a rubber grip on the front, making one-handed shooting a breeze, something we felt was a definite detractor on the T400.
Inexpensive and easy to carry
The Fujifilm FinePix T400 is a 16MP budget compact that comes with a 10x optical zoom. While the extended telephoto reach certainly adds some flexibility, in all other respects the T400 is very much a bare-bones budget snapper. As such performance is a little sluggish and the rear LCD monitor is of relatively poor quality. Image quality isn't too bad at the lowest sensitivity settings but soon falls apart as you raise the ISO.
Image quality is good for a budget camera
The T400 is a budget compact camera, packing an ample 10x optical zoom, good image quality and impressive panoramas. Having previously recommended the T200 we were expecting big things from this model, but the build quality is a bit disappointing. The T400 is plastic, lacks the rubber grip on the front and there isn't a mode dial, as on the T200. The T400 is also let down by its low resolution screen and poor battery life.
Good value for money
The Fuji Finepix T400 might not end up winning any awards, but if you are shopping for a camera with some extra lens power and you do not want to pay over the odds then this camera is an option well worth considering. Fuji have placed the emphasis on more traditional features and steered clear of some of the more recent buzz features. As long as you are not looking for features such as 360 degree panoramas and 3D photography this camera offers very good value for money.
Low price, Long zoom, High resolution
The Fujifilm FinePix T400 is an extremely inexpensive and easy-to-use compact camera. It falls down slightly when forced to use higher sensitivities such as for dark indoor shots and there's evidence of slightly heavy-handed JPEG compression here and there. But the specs are impressive and overall image quality in regular use is good. Samsung ST200F. is a giveaway for around £115.
Mediocre dim light shooting quality, Poor battery life
The Fujifilm FinePix T400 is a compact point-and-shoot 16-megapixel digital camera that offers quick shooting, lots of shooting modes and good overall image quality. It lacks manual controls, has a slippery body and slightly less battery life than others.
Value for money
For a digital camera available at such a low price taken the Fuji Finepix AV200 does a commendable job. Obviously if you are looking for a wide range of features or for superior picture quality you will need to pay more, but for a relatively inexpensive model this camera performs over and above expectations.
Decent image and video quality
The FujiFilm FinePix AV200 is an excellent point and shoot camera for what it offers at the price. The photo quality is decent, though there is noticeable noise, but we didn't notice it even when we printed A4 size photo prints. Digital image stabilization works fairly well and reduces the effects of camera shake. Therefore, for all practical purposes, this point and shoot camera delivers good usable photo quality. It is light and easy to use even for beginners.
Good build quality
If you're young, new to photography or simply want a camera that looks expensive without the actual real life expense, then the Fujifilm FinePix Z90 can provide that for you. The touch screen will make it look like a smart phone which are very on trend and the sleek design will impress your friends. If this is you, then check the Fujifilm FinePix Z90 out.
Build quality really is superb for this class
Fujifilm has made a well-built camera that produces good images considering its price. Experienced photographers are likely to want something with a little more extensive specification, offering greater control. The FinePix Z90 is designed for the teenage and early twenty-something year olds, to whom the cameras style, touch-screen technology and simplicity is likely to appeal. If your photographic aim is capturing your youth on a budget then you won't go far wrong with the FinePix Z90.
The Fujifilm FinePix Z90 is an ideal camera for those on a budget and/or buying their first camera, who like to share pictures on social networking sites. Due to a lack of detail in images and poor noise performance, it is unlikely you'll want any large prints of your pictures. The touch-screen is excellent and the camera is available in plenty of bright vibrant colours.
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