Fujifilm's latest slimline stunner is the best of the bunch so far. It's simple to use, which considering its focus on low-light shooting and anti-blur has to be a good thing. The results at any time of the day are generally spot on, with excellent colours and detail levels that prove it's not all about megapixels
We can't say how good the separate viewer is because Fujifilm didn't have one to send to us, but, judging by the images on the FinePix Real 3D W1's screen, when the 3D mode works, it works well. But the 3D effect is elusive, the camera can be awkward to handle, and the overall cost could soon start rising, thanks to the expensive extras
The Fujifilm Finepix J100 is so simple we almost feel patronised by it. There are a few quirks in the face detection and red-eye system, but the prominence of baby mode suggests this isn't a camera for the party scene. We'd even call it the consummate point-and-shoot, simply because you can't do anything else with it
The Fujifilm FinePix Z800EXR camera is basically a pared-down version of the pricier F300EXR, with the same sensor, a slimmer body, more modest 5x zoom range and impressive 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen.
A solid performer with tons of different modes to play with and an excellent wide-angle zoom lens, the Fujifilm Finepix HS20EXR is a highly flexible bridge camera with plenty to offer photography enthusiasts.
With no gimmicks and no hype, the Fujifilm FinePix J12 is a simple-to-use family snapper that does what it aims to do perfectly. Yes, it's trailing-edge technology, the zoom is rather modest and the manual controls are limited, but that's just nerdy nitpicking. For an £80 camera, the J12 is so good it makes the rest look stupid
While it doesn't perform as well as some of the other travel cameras in its class, the F770 EXR is great for macro shooters who want a long optical zoom and a GPS module.
The latest retro-styled camera from Fuji will appeal to everyone who loves the X100, especially if you prefer a smaller body.
The appeal of the basic Fujifilm FinePix A500's tiny price tag is offset by its slim feature set and mediocre performance.