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Real Photo Technology cameras available
Mark Peters : October 18th 2005 - 01:00 CET
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FujifilmReal Photo Technology cameras available : Digital Cameras with Real Photo technology, Fujifilm Finepix S9500, FinePix S5600 and FinePix E900 are are now available or come into the shops in October 2005. Following on the success of the much loved Fujifilm Finepix F10, and also using Real Photo technology, three new fuji FinePix digital camera models will be available from October. The new technology allows optimal tuning of the most important factors, the high aperture lens, the powerful processor and the highly sensitive Fujifilm Super CCD HR sensor, which can even cope with situations where there is very little light. All of the cameras require less light for recording an image, resulting in photos that are visibly better.
Real Photo Technology cameras availableFujifilm S9000 - 9 Megapixels
The FinePix S9000 is a super zoom camera with 9 Megapixels, 10.7x optical zoom, 28 to 300mm wide angle and telezoom lens, aimed at ambitious amateurs and all those who require professional features and flawless picture results when photographing. The mega zoom lens from Fujinon achieves this as both focal length and focusing can be set by turning the lens. The Fujifilm FinePix S9000 including 128MB xD Picture Card is available since the end of September at the recommended price of 699 euro.

Fujifilm S5200 - Fujinon zoom lens
The FinePix S5200 offers a resolution of 5.1 megapixels and a high-grade 10x telezoom from Fujinon. An anti-blur mode helps to effectively prevent shaky pictures. The Real Photo technology facilitates, amongst other things, a clear increase in light sensitivity and thus a reduction in the shutter speeds, of particular importance in a camera which has a super telezoom with a maximum focal length of 380 mm at its disposal. The Fujifilm FinePix S5200 digital camera gives convincing results when used as a fully automatic or when configured individually. It is available from October for a price of 399 euro.

Fujifilm E900 - xD Picture Card
The FinePix E900 is a compact 9 Megapixel camera with a 4x optical zoom, in a high-grade, black and silver metallic case, and has a camera grip designed for ergonomic photographing. Thanks to its resolution reserve of nine million pixels, prints in poster format or clear enlargements are problem-free. Real Photo technology in this camera also ensures intelligent light management, high processing speed and clear reduction in the risk of blurred picture results. The Fujifilm FinePix E900 including 128MB xD Picture Card is available from October at the recommended price of 449 euro.

Fujifilm Real Photo technology - Super CCD HR
Real Photo technology from Fujifilm is based on the combination of the newly developed RP image processor with the Fujinon lens and the fifth generation of the Super CCD HR sensor. Through this it is possible, even at high sensitivity settings, to create qualitatively high-grade low noise pictures, without having to make concessions for the processing speed. Of course, the performance of the combination of these three components also delivers qualitative advantages at normal or low sensitivity settings.

Fujifilm FinePix digital cameras
Since FinePix digital cameras require less light for recording an image, sufficiently short exposure times are available for blur-free, pin sharp photos. This reduces the risk of blurring, still the most common cause of out of focus photos, even without complex image stabilizing systems, which are often energy guzzlers. Even problematic telephoto shots or close-up shots can easily be managed and moving objects can be frozen without the typical streaks due to movement.

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