LetsGoDigital - CeBIT 2003 - Live Showfloor Coverage
FujiFilm Germany announces the FinePix A310
We just had a chance to take a sneak peak at the new FinePix A310 a day before the CeBIT 2003 in Hanover, Germany actually starts. Yesterday we arrived home from the USA trip where we covered the PMA 2003 event and traveled via San Francisco to Amsterdam, Netherlands where we just one day later already left to the CeBIT 2003 event in Germany. Actually most of the announcements regarding digital cameras are already made before and during the PMA, but some brands like FujiFilm are always saving a model or two for this event, so it could be interesting what will turn up later this week. There will be some interesting announcements in the field of flash memory and accessories like cardreaders and adapters, so return now and then to the CeBIT 2003 coverage we are publishing to read the latest news in the world of digital imaging.
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This new little camera from FujiFilm has a very slim design and weighs only 155g. Its design is almost the same as the FinePix A303, which was introduced last year. The most interesting detail within this userfriendly model is the CCD it is using. The FinePix A310 is equipped with the new 4th generation Super CCD HR with an effective 3.1 Megapixels. HR stands for High Resolution, but also the ability to provide crystal clear and images with a higher ISO setting. This little camera could be a favorite among the entry-level users who wants high resolution and an outstanding reproduction, but without the need of manual settings. Besides the automatic functions the FinePix A310 is also able to capture more images in a row and has a built-in scene mode. The FinePix A310 will be available around June 2003; the price will be set in a later stage.
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A handy feature on the new FinePix A310 is the F-button. By pushing this button the user is able to manual set several settings at his own preferences. For example the white balance can be selected manually, the size of the image is selectable, but also the color and contrast of the captured image is manually selectable. Those who want to get an old, but artistic look can select the black and white mode.
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The most important thing is that the rich detailed captured image can be printer in a 20x30cm format due to the 3.1 million Super CCD HR sensor and a high quality Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens. This resolution will result in a high image quality of 2816x2120 pixels, an output resolution of 6 Megapixels. The images will be transferred via the USB interface or with the help of the optional dockingstation. With the dockingstation it is also possible to view the images or video clips on a television set. The video clips are captures in a maximum of 98 seconds without sound and in a maximum resolution of 320x240 pixels. This recorded video clip will fit on a 16MB xD Picture card. If captured in a resolution of 160x120 pixels the maximum-recorded time will be 5 minutes. The dockingstation is also able to recharge the batteries if necessary.
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