Fujifilm FinePix J29
Released November, 2009
The Pros:Price has come down significantly from the original MSRP, can be purchased at a very low cost. Colors are vivid and bright in all pictures. Use is very intuitive, can just pick it up and use it.
The Cons:Lens has a tendency to jam after a few months, can become so common the camera becomes unusable. A bit bulkier than most point-and-shoot cameras. Video capture is poor, noticeably low resolution.
The Fujifilm FinePix J29 is an entry-level point and shoot digital camera that it affordable, easy to operate, and still manages to capture quality shots. It features a 10.1MP sensor with a 3X optical zoom for capturing clear images in a wide variety of ways, including atmospheric wide-angle to dramatic close-ups.
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Included is a 2.7” LCD viewscreen for previewing a shot, as well as the ability to view up to 100 images at a time with a slideshow. Note that the J29 can capture HD images up to 3648x2736, but is limited to only VGA (640x480) video recording with monaural sound. Additional features include auto scene recognition, face detection with red-eye removal, and a bundled SD card with 2GB of RAM.
- Entry-Level Digital Camera
- 10.1MP Sensor
- 3X Optical Zoom
- 2.7” LCD Viewscreen
- HD Image Capture
- VGA Video Capture
- Monaural Audio Capture
- Bundled SD Card
- Effective Pixels: 10.1 million
- CCD Sensor: 1/2.3-inch CCD
- Lens: Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens, F2.9 (Wide) - F5.2 (Telephoto)
- Lens Focal Length: f=5.7 - 17.1mm, equivalent to 32 - 96mm on a 35mm camera
- LCD: 2.7” (230,000)
- Video Output: NTSC/PAL
- Digital Interface: USB 2.0
- Battery: NP-45A Li-ion
- Internal Memory: 10MB
- External Memory: SD/SDHC
- File Format: JPEG
- Movie Recording: Up to 640x480 @30fps w/Monaural Sound
User Reviews (1)
price has come down significantly from the original MSRP, can be purchased at a very low cost
colors are vivid and bright in all pictures
use is very intuitive, can just pick it up and use it
comes with a protective case to ensure you can take it with you everywhere
LCD is very big, easy to line up the shot
lens has a tendency to jam after a few months, can become so common the camera becomes unusable
a bit bulkier than most point-and-shoot cameras
video capture is poor, noticeably low resolution
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