Fujifilm offers a very good value with the compact megazoom FinePix JZ500, though you'll have to be a little forgiving of its photos.
Fujifilm offers a very good value with the compact megazoom FinePix JZ500 and JZ300, though you'll have to be a little forgiving of its photos.
Check out an examination of photo quality from Fujifilm's $250 compact megazoom, the 14-megapixel FinePix JZ500.
What distinguishes the Fujifilm FinePix AX280, AV100, JV100, JV150, JZ300 and JZ500? Low, low prices
If you've been itching for some extra zoom in a point-and-shoot but don't want a big camera or to spend a lot of money, these two Fujifilm FinePix models are worth considering.
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