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Firmware update for Fujifilm FinePix F 700

Dennis Hissink : 2003-12-22 00:01:44
The FinePix F700 by Fujifilm can now be made compatible with PictBridge by updating with free firmware. Cameras that have been updated in this way can then print directly without using a PC - the easy way from digital picture to paper print. PictBridge is a standard for direct printing, independent of manufacturer, and enables pictures to be produced directly from digital cameras, digital camcorders or other picture capturing equipment without using a PC. Owners of a FinePix F700 can send their camera to the service centre of Fuji Photo Film (Europe) GmbH, Heesenstr. 70, 40549 Düsseldorf and they will receive their camera back after a few days complete with firmware update.


Fujifilm unveils FinePix F610 - 6 Megapixels

Dennis Hissink : 2003-11-26 09:50:32
Not satisfied with this outstanding resolution, Fujifilm has added its 4th Generation Super CCD HR sensor to the F610, allowing it to achieve a recorded output of 12 million pixels, meaning users can enlarge to unprecedented print sizes without loss of quality. Successor to the popular FinePix F601 Zoom, the F610 adopts the same upright format and builds on its performance and handling to create a formidable camera for photography enthusiasts. Feature-laden, yet easy to use, the FinePix F610 encourages experimentation whilst also offering automatic modes for the less confident user. The FinePix F610 is technically versatile and offers significant creative control over all elements of the picture-taking process.


Fujifilm announces new PictBridge supported F420z

Dennis Hissink : 2003-10-21 10:59:47
Four months before this new FinePix model will be available Fujifilm UK decided to announce this new updated F410z camera. The last couple of weeks we see more and more brands updating their cameras to make sure that they don't miss the PictBridge support. The new FinePix F420z seems to be more fine-tuned compared to the FinePix F410z camera. The body of this new model is made of metal and measures 77x69x26.4mm, a little bit smaller then its predecessor. The FinePix F420z features the 4th generation Super CCD HR (High Resolution) technology which will provide 3 million effective pixels, but will produce 6 million recorded pixels. The F420z has a Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens equivalent to 36-108mm on a 35mm camera.


Fujifilm Super CCD SR - Explanation of operation

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-28 10:58:06
This year Fujifilm introduced their 4th generation Super CCD sensors. One of these sensors, the Super CCD SR is found in the FinePix F700 camera. The strongness of the operating CCD SR is not random, but varies according to the contrast range. It is easy to understand if you think of sunglasses with coloured glasses. At dark or normal light conditions, the glasses stay clear and you can see everything perfectly. But in brighter sunshine, the colour correction of the glasses becomes stronger. You can see this phenomenon very well by looking at a bright shiny cloudy sky with and without sunglasses. This difference is also noticeable on the pictures made by the Fujifilm FinePix F700 compared to a camera equipped with a normal CCD.


Fujifilm UK extends digital accessories range

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-20 14:05:37
Beside digital cameras and new innovations like Super CCD sensors Fujifilm has a lot of other products like digital imaging accessories. This week Fujifilm UK announced a new range of cardreaders and smart storage products. These new products can be slotted directly into your PC of Mac. The readers are capable of handling all kind of data in a very fast way. A cardreader or adapter has to be connected to a computer only once and then becomes a part of the configuration. By putting the memory card into the cardreader or adapter the data can be converted to the computer without the interference of a digital camera, etc. Trouble-free, fast and well? it should be a accessory for every digital camera user!


Try out the Fujifilm FinePix S5000 online

Dennis Hissink : 2003-09-12 15:01:57
Deciding which digital camera to buy can be confusing: What functions does the camera offer? How does it work? Is it easy to control? But if you’re interested in the FinePix S5000, a camera that fits in your hand just like a mirror reflex camera, now you can test it out online. Fujifilm provides you diverse simulators that make it easy to try out the camera right from your desktop. It's almost like the real thing: Using the Flash simulation, you can try out all of the camera’s functions on-screen, and get to know each and every detail – a fun way to learn all about the FinePix S5000. As you'll see, digital cameras can do much more these days than just take pictures..


Fuji Photo USA announces the FinePix S3000 camera

Mark Peters : 2003-08-26 09:29:49
Fuji Photo U.S.A. today announced the arrival of the Fujifilm FinePix S3000. This model replaces the existing FinePix 3800, and will be available to consumers in October - just in time for the busy holiday season. The FinePix S3000 offers 3.2 million effective pixels to create crisp, colorful images perfect to share with family and friends through retail printing and email. The camera's compact, SLR-inspired styling and 6x optical zoom offer a familiar experience to consumers who already enjoy traditional photography. The FinePix S3000 offers 3.2 million effective pixels, which can produce images of 2048 x 1536 (3.15 million) recorded pixels for best-quality prints up to 8 x 10 inches in size.


Fujifilm USB-Stick-Drive for xD-Picture Card

Dennis Hissink : 2003-08-25 00:01:28
You just put them into the USB interface of the computer; the data can then be transferred via drag & drop. In general there are no compatibility problems with the presently available operating systems; therefore no special driver has to be installed additionally. The motto is: Small, light, always at hand and always ready for use. This also applies for the USB-Stick-Drive DPC-UD1, which Fujifilm are now putting onto the market. By means of this mobile USB card reader for xD-Picture Card you may easily transfer data via USB onto a current computer or onto a laptop. At the moment the xD-Picture Card is available with a capacity of 16 to 512 MB. The Fujifilm USB-Stick-Drive will be available from September onwards for 29.90 Euros.






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