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FujiFilm introduces their line of digital cameras
FujiFilm presented and demonstrated some new popularly priced FinePix digital Cameras, the FinePix S304, A303, A203, A204, and A202 with some help of the "Fuji-girls". Designed to offer the style and convenience of traditional point-and-shoot film cameras. Based on the continuation of these trends this year, Fujifilm predicts that the bulk of the market from late 2002 through 2003 will comprise zoom and non-zoom models in the 2 to 3-megapixel range. The new FinePix models respond to these consumer needs by offering a digital camera experience that combines affordable price, easy operation, and superior image quality. These new models also support xD-Picture Card, the brand new digital camera media that provides expanded media capacity. Fujifilm believes that they represent a new level of cost performance in the 2 to 3-megapixel digital camera market.
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With 3.24 million effective pixels, the FinePix S304 produces super high-quality images of 2048 x 1536 recording pixels. This new camera delivers laser-sharp details and brilliant color reproduction. With its SLR-like styling, high-performance Fujinon 6x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38-228mm coverage on a 35mm camera), electronic viewfinder (EVF) and TFT LCD monitor, the FinePix S304, incorporating functions inherited from the top of line FinePix S602 Zoom, is an affordable alternative that is ready for serious photography. The FinePix S304 offers a host of features, including Program AE combined with 64-zone TTL metering and Intelligent Auto White Balance, digital zooming capability of up to 3.2x (in 640 x 480-pixel mode), Movie Recording (with sound) of up to 200 seconds (in 160x120 pixel mode), built-in flash, USB port, energy-saving design (operating on four AA alkaline batteries), and xD-Picture Card compatibility. Further adding to S304 convenience are an optional 1.5x Tele Conversion lens and a 0.79x Wide Conversion lens.
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The FinePix A303 and FinePix A203 share the same camera body. Both of these affordable cameras boast stylish design, and specs that make them perfect introductions to the world of digital photography. With 3.24 million effective pixels, the FinePix A303 produces super high-quality images of 2048 x 1536 recording pixels, while the FinePix A203 with 2.0 million effective pixels delivers high-quality images of 1600 x 1200 recording pixels. Both cameras incorporate a Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38 - 114mm coverage on a 35mm camera) in a stylish, compact camera body, with digital zoom function of up to 3.2x (A303) and 2.5x (A203) in 640 x 480-pixel mode. Both offer a variety of features, including Program AE combined with 64-zone TTL metering and Intelligent Auto White Balance, Movie Recording up to 240 (160x120 pixels) seconds (A303) and 80 (160x120 pixels) seconds (A203) without sound, built-in flash, USB port, energy-saving design (operating on two AA alkaline batteries), and xD-Picture Card compatibility.
With 2.0 million effective pixels, these compact cameras offer high-quality images of 1600 x 1200 recording pixels, with sharp details and natural colors. Their stylish bodies are compact enough to fit easily into purse or pocket. The FinePix A204 incorporates a 3x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38-114mm on a 35mm camera) with digital zoom function of up to 2.5x (640x480 pixels). The FinePix A202 features a Fujinon lens (equivalent to 36mm on a 35mm camera) with digital zoom function of up to 2.5x (640x480 pixels) for quick and easy snapshooting. These cameras offer a variety of features, including Program AE combined with 64-zone TTL metering and Intelligent Auto White Balance, Movie Recording up to 80 seconds (without sound), built-in flash, USB port, energy-saving design (operating on two AA alkaline batteries) and xD-Picture Card compatibility. The FinePix S304, A303, A203, A204 and A202 are scheduled for release this autumn.
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Next to the above-mentioned cameras FujiFilm also announced the international debut of the FinePix F402 digital camera incorporating Fujifilm's 3rd-Generation Super CCD. A companion to the currently available FinePix F401, the FinePix F402 is designed to offer the new style and value of today's point-and-shoot digital cameras. Since the 1998 introduction of the MX-700, the world's first consumer-use 1.5-megapixel digital camera, Fujifilm has consistently offered an outstanding line of consumer digital cameras. The FinePix 4700 Zoom, released in 2000, was the first model to incorporate the company's Super CCD sensor, earning widespread praise for its superlative image quality. FinePix models in the years since then have benefited from further improvements to Super CCD technology. The result has been enhanced total image quality, with class leading sensitivity, rich tonality, high S/N ratio, natural color and better video recording capabilities. Like the FinePix F401, which was introduced this summer and has already proven popular among consumers, the F402 incorporates Fujifilm's exclusive 3rd-Generation Super CCD. With 2.1 million effective pixels, both cameras deliver superb quality images of 2304 x 1724 (4.0 million) recording pixels. Thanks to the new Super CCD, both cameras offer an unrivaled wide range of sensitivities, from ISO 200 equivalency to ultra high-speed ISO 800 (1280x960 pixels) and 1600 (1280x960 pixels).
While the FinePix F401 features a Super EBC Fujinon 3x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38 - 114mm coverage on a 35mm camera), the new FinePix F402 incorporates a Super EBC Fujinon lens (equivalent to 35mm on a 35mm camera). This makes the camera body slimmer and more compact, producing an ultra-compact profile that fits easily into any pocket. Both cameras have smooth digital zooming functionality of up to 3.6x (in 640 x 480 pixels) to help bring the action right up close. The two cameras feature stylish and compact design in fine brushed-metal, with the attractive cool blue lights that make the FinePix F401 and F402 favorites among both male and female users. The FinePix F401 is a compact, lightweight digital camera (85mm W x 64.9mm H x 27.5mm D, 185g - no battery), while the FinePix F402 is an ultra compact, slim model (77mm W x 69mm H x 22mm D, 120g - no battery). The FinePix F402 supports xD-Picture Card, the brand new digital camera media that provides expanded media capability.
Both cameras incorporate a host of features, including Movie Recording with sound, high-speed Continuous Shooting (up to 4 frames at 0.3 second intervals), Voice Memo capability for up to 30 seconds of audio, and more. Further adding to their convenience is the optional PictureCradle, which combines battery recharging and PC connections into one easy-to-use unit. The FinePix F402 is scheduled for release late autumn. (The FinePix F401 is now available.)