Fujifilm FinePix F50fd
Released December, 2007
The Pros:Feels solidly built and durable, like care was taken in the assembly. Everything is comfortable to work with, design places buttons all within reach. LCD is big and bright, easy to see everything.
The Cons:Optical zoom range is limited. Menus aren't very intuitively laid out, take some time to learn them.
The Fujifilm FinePix F50fd, follow-up to the popular F31fd, delivers 12 megapixel resolution and low-light (high ISO) performance that many reviewers claim outshines the competition. The facial recognition software is designed to recognize faces at virually any angle.
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While there is no full manual control available over exposure settings, the F50fd does offer shutter- and aperture-priority modes to allow users some degree of command over image settings. The included scene modes mean that those who don't want to fuss with specific settings can still get the camera to use ones that are appropriate to the situation.
- 12 megapixel CCD sensor
- 3x optical zoom lens
- dual image stabilization (electronic and ISO/shutter compensation)
- facial recognition
- IR photo transfer
- captures video
- many scene modes
User Reviews (1)
feels solidly built and durable, like care was taken in the assembly
everything is comfortable to work with, design places buttons all within reach
LCD is big and bright, easy to see everything
excellent Image Stabilization, keeps everything very steady
picture quality is above average, gets great detail and stays very sharp
optical zoom range is limited
menus aren't very intuitively laid out, take some time to learn them
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