Fujifilm FinePix Z30
Released March, 2009
The Pros:Compact. Full featured. Interior zoom mechanics means less chance of failure.
The Cons:Limited zoom range (x3 optical).
The Fujifilm FinePix Z30 is an ultra-chic digital camera released in March of 2009. A more stylish peer to the professional-looking FinePix J & FinePix S models, the FinePix Z30 features a 2.7” LCD display alongside a 3X optical zoom lens with a 10 megapixel resolution.
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In addition, the Z30 offers ISO1600 sensitivity that makes it easy to take bright/clear photographs regardless of the conditions. Plus, the Z30 offers a Picture Stabilization / Anti-blur mode that automatically corrects for a shaking camera by reducing blurriness. An especially useful feature of the Z30 is a One Touch MOVIE Button so that users can just press, shoot, and then enjoy the movie. In fact, the Z30 supports 640x480 recordings at 30 fps with monaural sound. Available in a bright black, pink, or orange, the Fujifilm FinePix Z30 retails for $179.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- 25.7mm Frame
- 2.7” LCD
- 3x Optical Zoom w/10.0 Mpx
- One Touch MOVIE Button
- 640x480 Movie Recording (30 fps)
- 50MB Internal Memory
- SHDC Card Slot
- SR Auto & Face Detection
- ISO 1600 Sensitivity
- NP-45 Li-ion Battery
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
User Reviews (1)
interior zoom mechanics means less chance of failure
dedicated switches for functions minimizes number of menus the user must navagate
5 different options for the color conscious
"on switch" also acts as protective cover for front lens element
limited zoom range (x3 optical)
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