Ultra Compact point-and-shoot Digital Camera. It mimics the excellent overall finish of the Fujifilm Finepix F-series cameras, and whilst not quite up to the same high standard, it undoubtedly looks and feels more expensive than it actually is. Mark Goldstein reviewed the Fujifilm Finepix J50 to find out At the bottom is the Setup option – select this to access 5 more tabbed pages with 15 options that you will probably set once and then forget about. The FinePix J50 packs in a 5x optical zoom lens while maintaining a slim body. I’ve used it quite a bit in the month since my purchase and the only problems I’ve had have had to do with the person who shall remain nameless behind the camera. Fujfilm launches budget ‘J Series’.
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Fujifilm FinePix J50 – Digital Camera
It has many features, including some she will never use, but she can use the 5X optical zoom to frame up what she wants, and the controls are all very handy on the right rear. Leave a comment about this Review.
FinePix J50 (Discontinued Model) | Fujifilm Global
My wife wanted a new digital camera that had better resolution than her old 2MP, was easy to use, and had good zoom capabilities. See any errors on this page? See price on Amazon. Other standout features include an 8. Focusing is quick in good light and the camera achieves focus most of the time indoors, although there is no focus-assist lamp to help out in low-light situations.
The J50’s LCD monitor has a matt finish, compared to the glossy one on many compacts, and it is also slightly recessed, which should lead to fewer scratches. Colours were rich and generally strongly saturated. However, the 5x optical zoom will appeal to users who want a budget camera that can get in that little bit closer. Primarily designed to be easy to use and portable, the Fujifilm J50 boasts a straight-forward control layout housed in a slimline 23mm thick body.
Cons Can’t really use sensitivities above ISOa little sluggish at times, some sharpness issues. You can scroll through the images that you have taken, view thumbnails up to 9 on the same screen!
At times they were a little paler in hue than we’d expect, and Imatest confirmed this, but the overall balance was bright and vivid. Thankfully Fujifilm have bucked the recent trend of not providing hard-copy manuals and supplied it in printed format.
FinePix J50 (Discontinued Model)
Don’t know about you, but I’m really miffed about this Best cameras and lenses The delay between shots was 2. The Fujifilm Finepix J50 has relatively few external controls, just 10 in total, which is perhaps understandable considering that this camera offers very finepid photographic controls. The Picture Stabilization mode reduces blurry images that can be caused by camera shake or subject movement, especially in low light settings.
Discuss in the Fujifilm FinePix Talk forum. In summary the Fujifilm Finepix J50 is a simple, fairly responsive, point-and-shoot digital camera with the added bonus of a versatile 5x zoom lens.
Another fairly anonymous budget compact from Fujifilm’s expanding ‘J’ range. The preset white balance options do a decent but not outstanding job of correcting the colour temperature; we found the automatic mode created some warmer-than-usual shots at times. A7rIII – Severe banding and color blotching. As with most entry-level models, the features list is fairly bare here.
This wasn’t helped by the apparent inability to turn off image review, meaning you’re stuck looking at your shot for 1. The camera was a little sluggish. The visibility and refresh rate of the 2. The LCD screen is a nice size. I wanted a small, easy to use camera and that’s just what I have in the FinePix J Other than that, the Fujifilm Finepix J50 is well constructed and designed with no obvious signs of corners being cut.
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