The demand for smaller cameras with longer zooms continues, and the FinePix JZ500 is Fujifilm's 10x zoom answer to that demand. Sensor resolution has also been inflated, clocking in at 14 megapixels. Will that drag down low-light performance? We'll tackle that in our forthcoming full review. For now, here's our first look at some sample images from the JZ500.
Fujifilm announces the FinePix HS10 today with a 30x optical zoom range. It features a back-illuminated CMOS sensor capable of 10 fps burst shooting. In addition to that monster zoom range, the HS10 will offer full 1080p HD video recording and a full set of manual exposure modes.
Fujifilm's Z series gets a tech-overhaul with the introduction of the FinePix Z700EXR. It brings the Super CCD EXR sensor to a touch-screen camera for the first time. Also introduced today is the FinePix Z70. The 12 megapixel point and shoot doesn't have a touch LCD, but it gives the trendy Z series a fresh face.
Fujifilm has announced the addition of two new long zoom cameras to its S-Series line, the S1800 and S2550HD.
Fujifilm announces the FinePix F80EXR today, updating their F70EXR with 720p HD video capture. Like the F70EXR, it combines a 10x optical zoom range with their Super CCD EXR sensor in a 22.9mm-slim camera body. The F80EXR also adds more pixels to the CCD sensor - an increase up to 12 from the 10 megapixel F70EXR.
Fujifilm brings a grand total of six new entry-level cameras to market. The FinePix AV100 and Finepix AX200 A-series compacts will both record HD video. The J-series FinePix JV100, FinePix JX250, FinePix JZ300, and FinePix JZ500 offer a range of price points and feature sets for the beginning photographer.
Fujifilm is encouraging users to drop, soak, freeze, and bury their latest offering: the rugged FinePix XP10, a dust-, freeze-, water-, and shock-proof compact camera announced today.
The Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR joins the ranks of the feature-rich compact digitals that camera manufacturers would love to put in the arms of holiday shoppers. It brings Fuji's EXR sensor into a slim form factor, like the F200EXR, but ups the zoom ante to a 10x optical reach. Take a first look at some sample images while we work on a full review of the FinePix F70EXR.
Fujifilm has just announced details for the US release of their Real 3D imaging system. Comprised of the FinePix W1 camera and V1 frame, the Real 3D system began shipping yesterday. The camera and viewer were first formally announced back in July and are now available for purchase at Fuji's online store.
Fujifilm announced the FinePix S200EXR in late July as the successor to their well-reviewed FinePix S100FS ultrazoom. The S200EXR is loaded with unique features, and we've barely scratched the surface of its capabilities, but we just can't keep our first sample images and impressions to ourselves any longer.
The waterproof Fujifilm FinePix Z33WP isn't afraid of a little attention or water. In the ever-crowding field of waterproof and rugged cameras, it certainly stands out aesthetically. But with the outrageous style aside, can the Z33WP take quality photos both in and out of the water?
Fujifilm will launch their much-anticipated 3D imaging system in just a few short months. The FinePix Real 3D W1 will capture 3D and 2D still images and movies, and the FinePix Real 3D V1 picture viewer will display images in true 3D. Read on for more details on Fuji's groundbreaking new technology.
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