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. 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.
All but the first two A-series cameras have used the xD-Picture Card flash memory format. Purchase a Finepix A500 The text above came from the FinePix A500 article on Wikipedia, licensed under the CC-BY-SA license.
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