FinePix J10 and J50
Fujifilm is launching a new range of cameras this year. The J-series are budget-priced compact cameras that still have some quite cool features. They appear to fit into Fuji's model range between the mostly plastic A-series and the more advanced F-series. The first two models in the new range are the FinePix J10 and J50. Both feature the same 8.2-megapixel CCD sensor, but the J10 features a 2.5" LCD and a 3x Fujinon optical zoom lens, while the FinePix J50 sports a 2.7", 230K pixel LCD and 5x optical zoom that provides a 37mm-185mm equivalent focal length range.
The J10 is the slimmest of the two, at just 19mm, but the J50 is not exactly bloated at 23mm. Both cameras offer a range of 14 scene modes and a multi-format card slot, although their movie recording is limited to 320 x 240 at 30fps. They will both be available from March 2008, but as I'm sure you've guessed by now, the price is yet to be confirmed.