A couple more point-and-click shooters from Fujifilm for today, the well-priced FinePix J10 (pictured) and J50 (pictured under the jump), which makes up their new J-series line which they’ve just debuted.
A little more robust and mature than the aforementioned Z20fd range, both models are still thin, at just 19mm for the J10 and 23mm for the J50.
The J10 houses 8.2-megapixels, with a 3x Fujinon optical zoom lens and a 2.5″ LCD screen. Going several better is the J50, with a 5x optical zoom and larger screen of 2.7 inches.
The usual pre-programmed shooting modes are included, with the first model having 14, and the J50 15. Both cameras depend on xD, SD and SD-HC cards for storing the photos on, and come in either Matt Black or Brushed Silver.
The UK pricing hasn’t been announced, however the US market should expect to pay $149.95 and $179.95 respectively. Take a look under the jump for a pic of the J50 in Brushed Silver.
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