Fujifilm Unveils 16 Point-And-Shoot Cameras At International CES

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Fujifilm North America (booths Central 13038, N234 and N237) unveils 16 FinePix point-andshoot camera models that offer a complete range of features and price points.

Entry models include the FinePix AV200 (shipping in February at a $100 suggested retail), AX300, and JV200 (February, $110) cameras, all with 14-megapixel resolution, 2.7-inch LCD screens and face-detection technology. A-series models have 3x and 5x Fujinon optical zoom lens options and AA-battery power while the JV200 has a 3x optical zoom lens and rechargeable li-ion battery.

The FinePix JX300 (February, $130) and JX350 (March, $160) feature 14- and 16-megapixel resolution, respectively, and f2.6 Fujinon 5x wide-angle zoom lens, 2.7-inch LCD screen, li-ion batteries and 720p HD video capabilities.

The FinePix Z90 (shipping mid-January at $170) is a gen-6 Z-series model offering a sleek metal chassis, six color options, 14-megapixel resolution, 5x Fujinon zoom, 3-inch touchpanel LCD, Facebook/YouTube uploading, in-camera editing and sequential 720 HD movie capture.

Shipping in March, the FinePix T200 ($180) and T300 ($200) point-and-shoots feature 10x zoom lenses, 14-megapixel resolution, face recognition, dual image stabilization, SR Auto and multi-frame shooting capabilities, and 720p HD Movie capture. The T200 offers a 2.7-inch LCD, while the T300 has a 3-inch screen.

The FinePix XP20 (March, $200) and XP30 (mid-January, $230) are weather-resistant cameras with 14-megapixel resolution, 5x wide-angle zoom lenses and 2.7-inch LCDs. Both have dual image stabilization, SR auto, face detection and 720p HD video capture. The XP30 also adds GPS geo-tagging.

Shipping by early February will be the FinePix S2950 ($230), S3200 ($250) and S4000 ($280) SLR-styled cameras. All offer creative control, precision optics, 14-megapixel resolution, 3-inch LCD screens plus electronic viewfinders and 18x Fujinon wide-angle zooms. All three models feature dual image stabilization, SR Auto, face detection, tracking auto focus, full manual controls and 720p movie capture. The S3200 and S4000 add Face Recognition MPEG4 with H.264 high profile compression movie capture.

Other new models include the FinePix F500EXR (February, $330) and F550EXR (February, $350), which are slim-design full-featured 16-megapixel models with SLRlike EXR-CMOS sensors, Fujinon 15x super zoom lenses, 3-inch LCDs, 12 fps burst shooting, full panoramic photos, 1080p video capture, up to 400 fps high-speed video capture, and the ability to store images in RAW, JPEG or both formats.

The FinePix HS20EXR (March, $500) adds similar features plus 30x manual optical zoom (24mm-720mm equivalent), tilting 3-inch LCD with an electronic viewfinder, 7.6 fps burst shooting speed, 320 fps high-speed movie capture and 1080p HD video resolution. It will also accept optional external TTL speed flash accessories.


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