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Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Digital Compact Cameras the Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 94/100 = Excellent quality.

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Fujifilm FinePix F660EXR Review


Fujifilm's latest addition to their F series of travel zoom cameras is the FinePix F660EXR. Packing a telephoto lens, full manual control and Full HD video recording capability in a slim body, the F series is targeted at those who want serious shooting...

The user interface isn’t the best in its class, but not bad either. It’s not intuitive enough for a first-timer to get used to quickly. The menus are displayed in almost full screen and in some cases there are multiple pages. Also, each parameter has a...

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Fujifilm FinePix XP150 Review


The Fujifilm FinePix XP 150 takes a bare bones approach to the genre of go-anywhere tough cams. It has a simple button setup, incredibly easy-to-master user interface, and the camera can definitely take the beating Fujifilm says it can. Some of the...

Easy, quick user interface ; Good underwater performance ; GPS works well ; Affordable

Overall image quality is only average; color and saturation seem off ; Doesn’t handle dark settings well

The Fujifilm XP 150 makes an affordable tough cam for places you wouldn’t venture with a more fragile cam, but doesn’t perform well enough to replace a general point-and-shoot camera.

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Fujifilm FinePix S4500First Impressions Review


Big zoom is big business in the compact-camera industry right now, so much so that some manufacturers offer premium superzooms as well as budget-friendly superzooms in their lineups. The Fujifilm FinePix S4500 falls squarely into the latter category,...

For at least the past few years, Fujifilm has flooded the market with superzooms, including a few higher-end models and a few, let’s say, budget-ready models. This year’s S4500 is one of those budget models, packing a 30x zoom range into a $269 body.


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Fujifilm FinePix T400First Impressions Review


Expounding from the T300 of yesteryear, Fujifilm is giving consumers the T400 in 2012. We noticed two notable differences between these models. Fuji has bumped up the megapixels from 14 to 16, but they have also removed the rubberized hand grip we...

Fujifilm has put out a couple really basic point-and-shoot cameras to build from their last year’s models. The T400 is one of these, but we don’t feel like it has added much value since last year. In fact, we did a full review of the T300 from last...

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Fujifilm FinePix S4200First Impressions Review


Fujifilm calls the S4200 a step up from last years mega-zoom model, the FinePix S4000, but the main features hit the same marks: a FUJINON 24x, 24mm wide angle zoom, a 3-inch LCD viewing screen, 720p HD video capture, powered by AA batteries. On all...

The S4200 is a high-end bridge model from Fujifilm, designed as a successor to the S4000 from last year. The top of this line, the S4500 was not available at CES, the only difference being that the S4500 has a 30x zoom and the S4200 has a 24x zoom.

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Fujifilm FinePix XP50 Preview


Say hello to the FinePix XP50, folks. It's the entry-level model in Fujifilm's updated XP-Series of "lifeproof" cameras, underneath the flagship XP150 and the middle child XP100. But don't let the sub-$200 price fool you, the XP50 is almost as fully...

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Fujifilm FinePix X10First Impressions Review


Editor's Note: This is a first impressions review. For a comprehensive, hands-on analysis complete with test results, scores, and comparisons, check out our full X10 review.]

What we saw of the X10 at PhotoPlus was very encouraging. We were told that our demo model was a pre-production version, but we have a tough time believing that what we saw will be much different from what consumers will get when it debuts in in early...

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FujiFilm FinePix Z900EXR Preview


FujiFilm continues to add to their Z-series of ultra-compact, feature packed digicams with the latest addition being the Z900EXR. Building on the Z800EXR we reviewed late last year, the Z900EXR boasts some cool upgrades, most importantly a new...

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Fuji FinePix Z33WP


The Fujifilm Z33WP is a waterproof (up to 10 feet depth ) compact camera that takes only lackluster photos. But at $140, it won't break the bank if you lose it at the beach.

The FinePix Z33WP is not a great camera. It took images with merely acceptable color and detail and rather poor looking movies. But it is a cheap camera, costing about $140. And the waterproofing makes it a great camera for taking to the beach: it'll...

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Fujifilm Finepix Z33WP


With waterproof point-and-shoot cameras typically commanding prices upward of $300, the 10-megapixel, $179.95 (list) FujiFilm FinePix Z33WP seems like a steal. But with that reasonable price you get some major issues. First, the camera lacks optical...

Inexpensive. Waterproof to 10 feet

Soft images. Lacks optical image stabilization. LCD is difficult to see in sunny conditions. User interface feels dated

The Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP may be the least-expensive underwater camera you can find, but with poor image quality and a lackluster interface, you get what you pay for.

Product Specifications

The ultra-stylish FinePix Z33WP waterproof compact camera is perfect for on-the-go adventurers, the young-at-heart, and trend-savvy consumers. Designed for those who love the great outdoors, the 10 megapixels FinePix Z33WP is a camera that can withstand the elements. Whether you're surfing the waves, cycling through alpine forests or swooshing down the ski slopes, the FinePix Z33WP will be your perfect fit. Loaded with all the latest features, the lean 20.6mm super-slim body is great for both cool and active user. It has waterproof capability to depths of three meters and dustproof capability. The smooth grip shape means it won't slip out of your hands when you need it most. And the big, rubber-like buttons are easy to use when you're quickly trying to capture those awesome adventure shots.


Autofocus: Yes
Built-in Flash:No / Yes
Changeable Lens: No
Image Stabiliser:Electronical Image Stabiliser / Optical Image Stabiliser
Integrated GPS Module:No / Yes
Touchscreen:No / Yes
View Finder Type:Hybrid Viewfinder / LCD Monitor / Optical / Electronic Viewfinder + LCD


Bluetooth: No
HDMI:No / Yes
HDMI Interface:No / Yes
PictBridge:No / Yes
WiFi Connectivity:No / WiFi Ready / Yes

General Features

3D:3D enabled / No
Bridge Camera:No / Yes
Chip Type:CCD / CMOS
Product Type:Compact Camera
Sensor Size:1/2.3'' / 1/2''
SLR / Compact:Compact Camera


Longest Shutter Speed in s:1/4 / 3 / 30 / 4 / 8
Shortest Shutter Speed in s:1/1000 / 1/1400 / 1/2000 / 1/4000


Compact Flash Card: No
Memory Stick / Memory Stick Pro: No
Memory Stick Duo / Duo Pro: No
Memory Type:External / Internal + External
Micro Drive: No
Multimedia Card: No
SDXC Card:No / Yes
Secure Digital Card:No / Yes
Secure Digital High Capacity Card:No / Yes
XD Card: No

Power Supply

Battery Model:4x AA (LR6/MIGNON) / Fujifilm NP-45 / Fujifilm NP-50A / Fujifilm NP-60 / Fujifilm NP-85 / Fujifilm NP-W126 / Fujifilm NP45-A
Battery Type:4x AA (LR6/MIGNON) / Fuji NP45-A / Fujifilm NP-45 / Fujifilm NP-50A / Fujifilm NP-60 / Fujifilm NP-85 / Fujifilm NP-W126 / Fujifilm NP45-A


Aperture Priority:No / Yes
Face Detection Mode:Face + Smile Detection / Face Detection
Movie / Voice Recording:Movie + Voice
RAW Format:No / Yes
Serial Shot Mode:No / Yes
Shutter Priority:No / Yes