Fujifilm got the buzz started for the X100 at Photokina 2010 and kept it going through early 2011. Despite production setbacks, the X100 has finally arrived and we've got a batch of sample images fresh off its APS-C sensor. Take a look.
Fujifilm has announced the FinePix Z900EXR digital camera, the latest in the company's Z series line of stylish compact cameras and the successor to the Z800EXR.
Fujifilm officially confirms today that the FinePix X100 will ship to consumers in March 2011. The X100 is the well-publicized fixed-lens compact with an APS-C CMOS sensor, priced just above $1000.
Day two of CES is underway and we've some first looks at the latest fixed lens cameras from Fujifilm and Casio.
The advanced, fixed-lens compact beauty we saw at Photokina is back at CES, and this time it's out from behind glass. Fujifilm is getting ready to launch the X100 in early 2011.
Fujifilm announces the first half of its 2011 cameras today, ringing in the new year with a new 16 megapixel EXR CMOS back illuminated sensor. Three new FinePix cameras will bring the sensor to market with the 30x optical zoom FinePix HS20 at the head of the class.
Expanding its FinePix lineup to include thirteen new cameras, Fujifilm launches new S-series and rugged XP cameras alongside basic entry-level models for users of all interest levels.
Officially, Photokina begins on Tuesday. That doesn't stop manufacturers from banging out announcements and press conferences a day early. Read on for Fuji's surprising X100 announcement, a brief hands-on with the Canon G12, and images from Samsung's NX100 launch.
Fujifilm launches its second-gen FinePix Real 3D W3 camera today with a couple of upgrades over the previous model.
Fujifilm took the wraps off four new FinePix cameras today, including the 15x zoom Fujifilm FinePix F300EXR.
We've had the Fujifilm FinePix HS10 out in the field for a few days and we're already impressed with everything this ultrazoom has to offer. Its 30x optical zoom lens covers the same wide-to-telephoto range roughly equivalent to a whole bag of DSLR lenses. We're working on giving it the full review treatment, but for now look at our first thoughts and images.
Sharp Corporation has announced that it has developed a 3D camera module for mobile devices such as digital cameras and cell phones that is capable of capturing high definition 3D video images, an industry first.
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