The Fujifilm FinePix A-series
of digital cameras
consists of the company's entry-level point and shoot
models. The A-series was created in late 2001 and was expanded a few years later when Fujifilm transitioned to a fully alphanumeric
system of naming their digital cameras.
The first A-series models were the 1.3-megapixel
A101 and 2-megapixel A201, released in late 2001. The A-series cameras remained extremely basic until the successful FinePix 2600
and FinePix 2650
cameras evolved into the A205 and A210 in 2003. Over 20 models of A-Series cameras have been produced and they have become progressively more sophisticated and smaller while retaining a low price point. In 2008, the A-series was partially succeeded by the FinePix J-series
Some A-series cameras have had standard CCD sensors
while others have Fujifilm's own SuperCCD
sensor. Cameras based on the latter have had very high image quality for their price-point.
All but the first two A-Series cameras have used the xD-Picture Card flash memory
- A203 Zoom
- A205 Zoom
- A210 Zoom
- A303 Zoom
- A500 Blue
- A510 Black
- A510 Red
3.1 MP, color digital camera.
As of the 2011 FinePix A310 cost as low as 15$ used, with auctions starting also at... Read More