Fujifilm FinePix Z90 Review
Listed below are some of the rivals of the Fujifilm FinePix Z90.
The Canon Digital IXUS 210 (also called the Canon Powershot SD3500 IS) joins the small but growing band of cameras that offer a graceful touch-screen interface rather than a cluttered collection of external controls. Almost every aspect of the IXUS 210's operation can be controlled by interacting with the massive and high-res 3.5 inch LCD screen that dominates the rear of the camera. Other standout features include 14 megapixels, a 5x zoom with 24mm wide-angle setting, and 720p HD movie recording. Mark Goldstein gets all touchy-feely with Canon's second touch screen camera in our Canon Digital IXUS 210 review.
The new Casio EX-FC100 is the fastest digital camera in town, capable of taking 30 six megapixel images in just a single second. The diminutive, well-built EXFC100 has a wealth of high-speed modes, including pre-recording images before you've even pressed the shutter button, and combining images to help eliminate camera shake in low light conditions. Video is also one of the Casio EX FC100's strong points, with 720p HD footage and 1000fps, super-slow-motion movies on offer. This 9 megapixel model is also a very capable still camera, with a 2.7 inch LCD screen and 5x optical zoom lens. With an official list price of $399.99 / £349.99, the Casio EX-FC100 is an expensive point and shoot - read our in-depth review with sample images, videos and more to find out if it makes the grade.
The Nikon Coolpix S80 is a new 14 megapixel camera featuring a very interesting OLED touchscreen. The S80's large 3.5 inch monitor offers a touch-sensitive interface, featuring a Touch Shutter function that allows you to focus on and photograph a subject by simply touching it on the camera’s display. Other key features of the Nikon S80 include 720p movies with stereo sound, a 5x zoom lens, slim and stylish design and a range of creative filters. Read our detailed Nikon Coolpix S80 review to get the full low-down on Nikon's new touchscreen compact.
The Olympus FE-5030 is a new slim, stylish and simplified compact camera that won't break the bank. Featuring a 14 megapixel sensor, 5x 26-130mm zoom lens, and a 2.7 inch LCD screen, the FE 5030 is priced at £139.99. Zoltan-Arva Toth finds out if that's money well spent in our Olympus FE-5030 review.
The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 camera relies almost exclusively on its clever touchscreen technologies for operation, sporting a massive 3.5 inch LCD screen. Also on offer are a bright f/2.4, 5x zoom lens, 12.1 megapixel CCD sensor, and 1080p HD video. Read our in-depth Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX77 review complete with sample images and video.
Not everyone needs a digital camera with all the latest bells and whistles. Enter stage left the new Pentax Optio RZ10, a 10x travelzoom camera with a 14 megapixel sensor, 720p HD movies and a 2.7 inch screen, all for under £175 / $200. Read our Pentax Optio RZ10 Review to find out if it has cut too many corners...
The Samsung PL90 is a budget digital camera with a unique twist - it has a built-in USB connector that allows quick and easy transfer of your photos to a computer. The 12 megapixel PL90 also offers a 4x wide-angle zoom lens, 2.7 inch LCD screen and VGA video recording. Read our in-depth Samsung PL90 review complete with sample images and video.
Boldly promoted as an alternative to a DSLR, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 is a new mid-range compact camera with a wealth of advanced features. A fast f/2.4 lens, sensible 12 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, and Superior Auto and Background Defocus modes supposedly produce DSLR picture quality, while Sony have also included Full HD movie recording and even 3D via the Sweep Panorama mode. Priced at around £225 / $300, read our in-depth Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX5 review to find out if it lives up to its full promise.