Fujifilm FinePix AV200: Specs & Price – The Camera For You?

If you think back to CES 2011 and try to remember some of the cameras that featured there then you may recall the Olympus XZ-1, the Sony Handycam HDR-TD10, The Sony Bloggie 3D and of course the Samsung NX11.

One that we didn’t talk about in its own right is the Fujifilm Finepix AV200, so we thought we should report on the specs and price of the device that could be the camera for you. The device is a normal point and shoot digital camera that has 14 megapixels and a 3x Fujinon zoom lens, it has a 2.7” LCD and a 1/2.3-inch CCD with a primary color filter for its image sensor.

This nifty little device uses SD and SDHC memory cards as it has no internal storage of its own. It can also record movies and take some excellent stills, if you head over to the Fujifilm website by clicking here and then scroll down, towards the bottom there is an image and movie key which will tell you about the quality of the image in relation to the size that it stores it as.

When it comes to price, the best ones we have seen was via Google’s shopping section with Amazon and B&H Photo-Video-Audio being the cheapest when you take into account the tax and shipping at $89.95. Why not head over and peruse the different offers that are featured, you never know, you may find yourself buying one! You can also read a full review of the camera over on dpreview.com.

Will you be getting one of these digital cameras from Fujifilm? Do you think this is a fair price? Let us know in the comments section below.