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Fuji FinePix AX650 Camera Kit with 4GB SD Card and Multi Card Reader - Black
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- FUJINON 5x optical zoom lens
- Versatile Shooting Modes
- HD Video recording (720p/30fps)
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With its 16 megapixel resolution sensor, 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens, 2.7inch LCD screen and pocket friendly price point, the AX650 has a lot to offer. The FinePix AX650 Black Camera Kit combines great image quality and intelligent, user-friendly features into a stylish, compact body. Sporting a 16 megapixel resolution sensor, a 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens, a 2.7inch LCD screen and an array of exciting features, these cameras have a lot to offer. ready when you are.
With a choice of 4 bright colours and features such as Scene Recognition Auto, Motion Panorama, Anti-blur and Blink Detection, the AX650 will keep your memories sharp for years to come. What's more, images will be crystal clear when shared on an HD ready TV, thanks to the HD video and photo capabilities.
Zoom in up to 5x as close with the AX650's FUJINON lens. The AX650's image sensor produces good quality, low-noise results at sensitivities of up to ISO 3200 (not available at some image sizes). Just set the camera to SR Auto and you won't need to worry about switching modes as the camera will do it all for you. From landscapes to Portraits, SR Auto is able to detect what you are taking a photo of and optimises output to ensure high quality shots every time.
Avoid spoilt shots by using the Blink Detection feature and now you can combine three images into one impressive Panoramic shot. Some other modes include: 3-step motion panorama, anti-blur, smile and shoot mode and finally face detection.
Record high definition movies with sound.
Furthermore it comes with a large easy-to-view 2.7 inch LCD screen. There is also easy web upload to YouTube and Facebook via My FinePix studio.
Fuji Black Camera Kit
4GB SD Card
Multi Card Reader
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Build wise it's acceptable for a camera costing under £50 plastic body and controls seem to be durable enough to withstand day to day use.
There isn't a lot to get excited about with models like this, it's all fairly simple and predictable, but I've certainly used worse compacts in the entry sector
In the box you get
2x AA alkaline batteries
As expected a fairly standard zoom range of 5x giving 33-165mm equivalent (on 35mm)
That's not really wide (ie 28mm and under) but about normal for a compact like this
+ Takes AA batteries, this is a big plus for me as I've tons of them around
+ Battery life is good with decent quality NiMH batteries I got over 450 shots (some with flash) that's good for a compact
+ Image quality is "acceptable" don't get too excited, but you will get reasonable prints at lower ISO levels (intended market) or no problems with "social media" shots
+ Flash exposures are quite good (Fuji tend to do well here) and the camera balances the light output well (ie powers down the flash so it doesn't blow you out)
+ Display was fairly easy to see in most light, it's a 2.7-inch, 230,000 dots affair par for the course on models like this
+ Video 1280 x 720 pixels is "ok" mono sound but not too bad
+ Simple to use
- 16mp is more like 4-5 megapixels in real world, Most basic compacts have neither the lens nor sensor quality to yield true high resolution images, this is no different to other makers. Ignore the number, I would suggest setting the camera to M (medium image size) 3264 x 2448, you won't see any improvement in images at the 16mp setting
- Rear LCD isn't 100% coverage, not quite
- Macro could be better, it's about 10cm at the wide end (half that would be much better) it's ok for closer up shots
- Only has "digital stabilisation" not sensor or optical, it helps but it's not as effective
- High ISO is quite mushy so I'd try to keep it to ISO 400 or below
You get your usual scene modes and Auto do everything, but you do have exposure compensation of -2.0EV - +2.0EV, which is about your only manual control (But a pretty handy one)
Some of the modes allow you to go down to 8 seconds exposure which might be handy for night shots.
By no means a bad basic little compact, this is quite easy to use and takes passable images. If you are looking for an inexpensive compact, that takes ok shots and you don't have to "pamper" (ie worry about losing it or breaking it/or as a kids camera), then the AX650 isn't bad at all.
I find the flash exposures one of the main reasons I find Fujifilm a better bet than some other makers, a lot of compacts I try wipe the subject out with harsh flash, the Fuji's a bit better here and thus I give it a modest thumbs up.