Fujifilm FinePix Z90: Verdict
Fujifilm has made a well-built camera that produces good images considering its price. Experienced photographers are likely to want something with a little more extensive specification, offering greater control. The FinePix Z90 is designed for the teenage and early twenty-something year olds, to whom the cameras style, touch-screen technology and simplicity is likely to appeal. If your photographic aim is capturing your youth on a budget then you won't go far wrong with the FinePix Z90.
The build quality really is superb for this class. The 3.0-inch touch-screen is responsive to a gentle touch and works well. With its slim design and no-nonsense layout and good images the FinePix Z90 can go anywhere and be used by all.
Fujifilm is appealing to the Facebook and You-Tube generation; so why does the relevant software not work on a Mac. The Mac is their generation! As always, some of the shooting options do not deliver as well they ought to and are gimmicky.
Fujifilm FinePix Z90: Specification
Sensor 1/ 2.3- inch 14.2 Megapixel CCD
Lens 5.0 – 25.0mm (28-140mm)
Memory Internal 38MB – SD/SDHC/SDXC cards
Viewfinder N/A- Live View
LCD Screen 3.0-inch Wide (16:9) TFT Colour LCD 230K dots
Video resolution 720p HD movie
ISO range ISO 100-3200
Focus modes Single auto focus,Face detection, Tracking Focus
Max burst rate 0.8 fps
Shutter speeds 4 sec – 1/2000
Weight 150g inc. battery and memory card
Dimensions 95.4mm x 56.9mm x 20.1mm
Power supply Li-Ion battery NP-45A