As mentioned in one of our previous articles related to Fujifilm, the company prepared a very large number of new products for CES 2011, including here several entry-level FinePix models that we'll talk about as follows, namely the AV200, AX300 and JV200.
As Fujifilm informs us, all the three cameras come equipped with a 14-MegaPixel CCD sensor, the FinePix AV200 and JV200 models also sporting a 3x FUJINON optical zoom lens, while the AX300 version comes equipped with a versatile 5x FUJINON optical zoom lens (35mm equivalent).
Additionally, all models feature a 2.7-inch, 230K resolution LCD, plus Digital Image Stabilization technology, which should really come in handy, especially given the fact that the specific market segment these things target doesn't really include many professional photographers (if any).
Naturally, like most other digital cameras released on the market over the past few years, the devices from Fuji also offer video recording capabilities, restricted, nevertheless, to 720p HD resolution (since, after all, we're talking about entry-level products).
Other features include Smile/Blink Detection, the i-Flash Intelligent Flash, Face Detection and Automatic Red-eye Removal, Scene Recognition Auto (SR AUTO), Tracking Auto Focus (AF) and a Motion Panorama Mode, that automatically stitches up to three shots to create a panoramic picture.
Another slight difference between the three new entry-level cameras is represented by their respective power sources, the AV200 and AX300 models making use of AA batteries, while the JV200 relies on a Li-Ion rechargeable power pack.
If these new entry-level digital cameras from Fujifilm have caught your attention, then you should know that you won't have to wait too much before being able to purchase one, since all three models will arrive in stores in February 2011, the AV200 coming in silver for $89.95, the AX300 in black for $99.95 and the JV200 also in black, but priced at $109.95.