Fujifilm offers a very good value with the compact megazoom FinePix JZ500, 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.
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.
What distinguishes the Fujifilm FinePix AX280, AV100, JV100, JV150, JZ300 and JZ500? Low, low prices
The FinePix JV100, JX250, JZ300, and JZ500 ultracompacts offer sleek metal bodies and features and prices to suit a lot of consumers. Or at least that's what the press release said.
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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