Close on the heels of the Fujifilm FinePix J30/35, comes another addition to the Fujifilm FinePix range of cameras. Fujifilm FinePix J40 is a point and shoot camera posing as a worthy adversary to the present products available in the market such as the Canon PowerShot A1200. The Fujifilm claims that the J40 is affordable, easy-to-use and delivers great images. Read on below to find out if these claims hold any truth.
Large 3-inch LCD display
There is an OK / Menu button in the middle of a circular four way directional button. These directional buttons also double up as settings for flash, camera timer, erase and macro shots. Along with these buttons there are also a DISP / Back button, play, wide angle and telephoto. On the top of the camera lies the On / Off button and one for clicking pictures. It’s a somewhat crowded layout and makes using the camera with one hand a little difficult.
12.2 mega pixel with 3x zoom
Fujifilm FinePix J40 - Big Screen on A Little Body
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