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Fujifilm FinePix XP150 Digital Camera Review$279.95
Color fringing is noticeable at all focal lengths, particularly on the right side of the frame. The silver lining is that the aberration doesn't hurt image quality all that much, since the miserable edge sharpness already screws it up.
Through the LCD, straight lines look like they're distorted in a carnival funhouse mirror (at least at the wide angle and telephoto settings). But there's some impressive in-camera correction at work, because those same lines are as straight as an arrow in actual photos. The XP150 earned our top distortion score (as do 80% of cameras these days, roughly), and line distortion is only visible when you're looking for it.