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Thursday, 26 July 2007 17:11

Two new Fujifilm Z series cameras

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Slim and sexy

 

 

"Face_it, Beam_it, Blog_it", that's what the marketing guys came up with for the new Z10fd. The camera features a IrSimple InfraRed technology and a low resolution shooting mode for all web addicts. It's a good looking camera and it will ship in five colours: Wave Blue, Wasabi Green, Hot Pink, Sunset Orange, and Midnight Black.

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On the spec side, it's a 7 megapixel model with a three times zoom lens and a 2.5" 150k pixel screen. It's coming in September at a price of around $200, which seems fair for an eye catching and tiny 91.2 x 56.6 x 18.8 mm (3.6 x 2.2 x 0.8 in) camera.

If you're into stylish cameras, you should check out the Z100fd. A beautiful little thing, this 8 megapixel camera with 5x optical zoom will be available in four two colour schemes: Shell Pink, Satin Silver and Cappuccino Brown and Tuxedo Black.

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It features CCD-shift image stabilisation, a 2.7" 230k pixel screen, but, unfortunately, we don't know the price or availability date yet.

All new Fuji cameras support both SDHC and xD cards. This is a good move, considering the high prices xD cards. It looks like they'll be joining SmartMedia cards sooner rather than later.

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