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Fujifilm Debuts 4 New FinePix’s

Fujifilm is introducing 4 new models to the FinePix Line-up, all with panoramic image sweep, 720p high definition video feature and optional AA-battery power.  Beginning with the 4.1 x 2.3 x 1.3 inch FinePix F300EXR, this camera features a 15x Fujinon Super Wide-Angle (24mm – 360mm equivalent) lens with a Super EBC coating. There’s also a 12-megapixel Super CCD EXR sensor, which has the ability to intelligently decide whether a shot would best be taken using Phase Detection auto focus or Contrast auto focus to achieve an overall auto focus speed of 0.158 seconds. The EXR technology can also measure exposure and white balance, as well as selecting the optimum sensor setting for each shot. The F300EXR also has a newly enhanced gyro sensor incorporated in the image stabilization system, that is capable of overcoming unstable hands. Other features include a panorama mode with in-camera stitch functionality to make sure the finished image is seamlessly spliced together, and a Pro Focus Mode which snaps several images at the same time and merges them to create a crisp shot of the subject against a defocused background. The camera can record 720p video in Motion JPEG format at 24 frames per second.  The FinePix F300EXR will be available in late August 2010 at a retail price of $329.95

The extremely slim FinePix JX280 is only 0.72 inch thick, a 14-megapixel Super CCD EXR sensor with ISO100 to ISO1600 full resolution, a Fujinon 5x wide angle (28mm -140mm) optical zoom lens with digital image stabilization and, like the F300EXR above, a motion panorama mode. The camera also features tracking auto focus and intelligent scene detection, 720p video in Motion JPEG format at 30 frames per second and a 2.7 inch, 230,000 dot LCD display. The FinePix JX280 will be available end of August 2010 at a retail price of $149.95

The FinePix Z800EXR has a 3.5-inch, 460,000 dot widescreen touchscreen LCD display, a 12-MP Super CCD EXR sesnor with up to ISO1600, and the capability to extend a panoramic sweep range to 360-degrees. The Z800EXR has a Fujinon 5x, 36-180mm equivalent optical zoom lens with horizontal cover, intelligent image stabilization and 720p high definition movie capture at 24 frames per second. Its Li-ion battery should be good for about 170 frames between charges. The camera will be available towards the end of August in matte black, red, gold or shell pink for $229.95

And last but not least, the FinePix S2800HD has a 14-megapixel, mechanically-stabilized CCD sensor and up to ISO6400 sensitivity. Its Fujinon 18x Wide-Angle, 28mm-504mm equivalent, optical zoom lens can be used with something called Instant Zoom, which allows you to keep your subject in a shot at long distance by offering a wide viewing area around the frame and then immediately cropping to the subject once the photo is taken. Tracking auto focus keeps a moving object in crisp focus for still images, and like the other models, the S2800HD features motion panorama mode. The S2800 HD camera also records 16:9 aspect, 720p video in Motion JPEG format, and there’s an HDMI port for connection to a high definition television. The camera is also compatible with Fujifilm’s optional HD Player Kit which includes a card reader, connects to HD televisions, and allows wireless control of the slideshow or movie. The S2800HD features both a 3-inch, 230,000 dot LCD display, an electronic view finder, a Programmed AE, Shutter Priority AE, Aperture Priority AE and a manual settings control dial. The S2800HD will debut in September for $259.95

FinePix F300EXR

FinePix Z800EXR

FinePix FinePix S2800HD

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