Fujifilm FinePix AX650 Red + Case + 8GB Card + 2xAA Battery + Charger + Tripod (16MP, 5x Optical Zoom) 2.7 inch LCD
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- 16 megapixel resolution sensor, 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens
- 2.7 inches LCD Screen
- Scene Recognition Auto, Motion Panorama, Anti-blur and Blink Detection
- HD Movies (720p), AA battery operation
- Fujifilm FinePix AX650 Digital Camera , Case , 8GB Memory Card , 2XAA Rechargeable Battery , Charger and Tripod
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The FinePix AX650 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, the AX650 from Fujifilm, is 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, they'll be crystal clear when shared on a HD ready TV, thanks to the HD video and photo capabilities.Box Contains 2xAA type alkaline batteries USB cable Hand strap CD-ROM Owner's manual 8GB Memory Card , 2XAA Rechargeable Battery , Charger and Tripod
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
Small and easy to use even for my fat fingers, AA batteries available anywhere makes life simple.
Very good bundle apart from the tripod as one of the legs comes off if extended too vigorously! Can't quite see the point of such a small tripod, prefer my full size one. Very easy to set up and operate. takes good quality pictures for what it is.
Other reviewers have commented on poor battery life but I assume they are using non-rechargeables. Still using ones that came with camera and no problems.
Would definitely recommend to anyone wanting something quick and easy. As usual with Fujifilm good quality product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent price and great pictures. Easy to use and everything you nee for excellent holiday memories.Published 19 months ago by Mrs Deakin
My son loves taking his camera out to take photos of days outPublished 20 months ago by Nicole Duers
The product did not live up to expectation, the casing was of poor quality, as were the accessories. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Elaine Maslanyk
Arrived on time great for the money the only thing is the battery charger was on for a week but batteries only show half charge in cameraPublished 22 months ago by Anna
Great camera, although arrived without the 8GB card - had to buy one!Published 22 months ago by M. Gordon Armitage