‘Quality with Economy’ from new models

On a day when Fujifilm announced a pioneering new technology in it’s F200EXR compact, the manufacturer also took the chance to bolster its budget ‘A’ series with the A100 and A150.

The ‘basic’ pair is aimed at being ‘easy on the wallet, high on performance and user-friendly’, and both feature a 10MP sensor, 3x optical zoom and ISO sensitivity of up to 1600.

The models differ in respect to their LCD size – the A100 sports a 2.7in LCD, whereas the A150 is boosted up to an ample 3in LCD.

Both models will be available towards the end of February, with prices announced nearer launch, and for more information head to the Fujifilm website.

  • Mr Alan Feebery

    I have just bought this camera, A150 from Argos with some gift vouchers and returned it (unfotrtunatly for repair as they do not exchange ,if the shop assistant cannot see any faults on the 3″ screen..
    The barrel distortion at wide angle is horrendous, much worse than the chaeper A850 model my wife owns, it does not have that certain sparkle and sharpness to the pictures that our other two fuji cameras give, including the A850.
    the video volume is set excessively high in comparison to the other models and at a music venue causes serious sound distortion. and yet again compares poorly to the Cheaper model in video quality, it miss focused occasionally and the many of my images had the main subject on stage with a whited out face against the darker background… i am not Impressed.