Fuji Finepix T300 Digital Camera Review
10x zoom in a slim body, but major sacrifices in quality and user experience to get there.
The Fuji T300 is another in a growing range of affordable, compact point-and-shoot cameras packing optical zoom of 10x and beyond. These "travel zoom" type cameras have been increasingly popular in recent years, but previously tended to be rather expensive. The Fuji T300 and its ilk bring that level of optical zoom to the sub-$200 price bracket, though they make some sacrifices to get to that point.
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