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Fujifilm announces new PictBridge supported F420z
Dennis Hissink : October 21th 2003 - 10:59 CET
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FujifilmFour 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 announces new PictBridge supported F420zBeside being able to capture still images the FinePix F420z records movies and voice memos as well. The voice memo recorder function is capable of storing up to 30 seconds of sound. The video clip mode records as 30 frames per second, a frame-rate that will ensure smooth movies.

The new FinePix model features a large 1.8-inch LCD display as well as a video out interface for viewing the images on a larger screen. The PictBridge support, the industry standard for printing images from a digital camera without using a PC, is making the process of printing simpler and more efficient than ever. For power this camera has two options, either you use the rechargeable battery (included) or you use AAA batteries.

We all have to wait for some months now before this new Fujifilm FinePix F420z will come available, one of the reasons to give no estimated price yet.
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