Fujifilm has announced their S8000fd bridge camera, the latest addition to the 18x optical zoom club, alongside a range of new compacts.
Fujifilm has announced their S8000fd bridge camera, the latest addition to the 18x optical zoom club.
With an 8.3MP sensor and CCD-shift Image Stabilisation Technology, the camera looks set to rival the latest equivalents from Panasonic and Olympus, and like previous models in the company?s range, a Real Photo Processor features alongside a maximum ISO of 6400.
The lens stretches from 27-486mm with other key features including a 15fps burst shooting rate (at a 2MP resolution) and a face-detection technology, capable of identifying up to 10 faces per image.
Four further cameras have also been announced within Fujifilm?s range. The F50d model features a 12MP sensor and CCD-shift image stabilisation, alongside a 2.7in LCD screen and the latest version of its face-detection technology, v.2.0.
The Z10fd meanwhile, has been targeted at the youth market with its sleek, curvaceous styling and features such as infrared transmission to compatible devices and easy posting of images onto Internet blogs.
The F480 model boasts a wideangle lens, 8.2MP sensor and a 2.7in LCD screen, while the A920 model builds on the success of its entry-level range by incorporating a 9MP sensor and 4x optical zoom together with 15 scene modes and a dual-media slot, supporting xD, SD and SDHC cards.
Expect to see the new models in stores in September, and for more information visit http://www.fuji.co.uk/.