F300EXR, S2800HD and Z800EXR announced
Fujifilm has expanded its compact camera range today with three new models, two of which feature a new generation of EXR sensor.
First up is the new Z800EXR – the model is one of the two to feature the new, second-generation EXR sensor offering 12MP resolution with, Fujifilm claims, class-leading dynamic range and low noise/high sensitivity options.
The Z800EXR features an impressive 3.5in touch-screen LCD, complete with a 460K-dot resolution LCD screen, as well as a dual direction GUI and dual image display, both aimed at improving usability.
The 5x optical zoom Z800EXR also boasts a Hybrid Auto Focus system aimed at measuring the amount of light and contrast in a scene and then picking the suitable focus system – either Phase Detection or Contrast AF – to get sharp images.
The second camera to benefit from the new EXR sensor technology is the new F300EXR. The model is the latest in the award-winning range of F series cameras, and offers a full specification. The model features the aforementioned 12MP, 1/2in Super CCD EXR sensor, with a full range of the EXR modes present. The model also features a 15x optical zoom, covering 24-360mm in 35mm equivalent terms.
The F300EXR boasts a 3in high-contrast 460k-dot LCD screen, while also featuring the same hybrid auto-focus system found on the Z800EXR. Furthermore, the F300EXR also features full HD video capture at a resolution of 720p, making high-quality video capture a real prospect.
Completing the trio of new compacts is the Fujifilm FinePix S2800HD. The model is the latest in the superzoom S series of Fuji’s and lays claim to being the world’s smallest 18x zoom camera. The S2800HD offers a 28-504mm focal range, in 35mm terms, and features a 14MP sensor. The S2800HD also, as its name suggests, offers HD video capture at a resolution of 720p, and also features a mini HDMI port for outputting the videos.
The AA battery powered compact features full manual controls, but also a range settings suited to those wanting to take photos without having to deal with the complicated settings, such as Scene Recognition, Smile and Shoot mode and Blink Detection.
For full information on the new models, visit Fujifilm UK