Fujifilm FinePix JX580 First Impressions Review

A very basic point-and-shoot from Fuji.

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Introduction

Building off of Fujifilm's JX series from last year, the new FinePix JX580 heads up a line of very basic point-and-shoot cameras with some wide angle and zoom capabilities. The only new addition to the JX550 from last year that we see on this year's JX580 is a 3-inch LCD screen, rather than a 2.7-inch one.

There are a few great features for the beginner like the Natural Light and With Flash function, as well as Smile Detection and Image Stabilization. The idea here is simplicity, and Fuji hits the mark with the JX580, selling this February for $119.95 in black, red, and blue.

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Sections

  1. Our First Take
  2. Product Tour
  3. Handling
  4. Modes
  5. Controls
  6. Hardware
  7. Conclusion
  8. Photo Gallery
  9. Specs

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