Hyphenated, hyperbolic marketing copy abounds with the release of Fujifilm's Z10fd update, the FinePix Z20fd: it's "style-savvy" and "ultra-glam." Basically a light retouching of the Z10 concept, the 10 megapixel Z20fd gets an upgrade in resolution but offers many of the same basic physical specs as its predecessor including signature Fuji Z styling in outlandish colors.
The Fujifilm J10 and J50 are the latest affordable offerings from the manufacturer, sporting a familiar set of features with a few distinguishing touches. Though the midnight announcement from Fuji doesn't specify, it looks like these cameras will be taking up the market segment formerly met by the company's A-series offerings.
Fujifilm announced today the launch of the latest addition to its ultra-compact Z series, the Fuji FinePix Z100fd. At slightly more than three-quarters of an inch thick, the 8-megapixel Z100 packs a 5x optical zoom and a mechanically stabilized sensor into a small form-factor device.
The Fujifilm FinePix Z10fd is not a particularly remarkable camera on paper. But while it may not have the high-quality feel of some of its competitors, the boldly styled Z10fd makes an impression with its pleasant simplicity that helps to offset some of its weaknesses in other areas.
It seemed like the Finepix F40fd had hardly hit the street before Fujifilm announced the September arrival of the Fujifilm Finepix F50fd. The jump to 12MP on the same physical-sized sensor as the F40fd naturally raised the question of what would happen to ISO noise as a result. Fujifilm’s Super CCD-equipped cameras enjoy the reputation for providing the best low-light performance in the digital P&S ranks, but could Fujifilm pump up the resolution by 4MP and still retain their low-light lead?
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The Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) has made its selections on what imaging products get their TIPA Awards for 2007. Read on to see the cameras from Nikon, Pentax, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus, Fujifilm, and others that went home with some acclaim.
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