Fujifilm To Launch Tough Camera & New Super Telephoto Model

Written by Wire Service     25/03/2013 | 07:00 | Category: STILL CAMERAS

Fujifilm who recently underwent a management shakeup in Australia is set to start releasing new digital cameras, among the new models will be an all-weather camera and a super telephoto model.

Fujifilm To Launch Tough Camera & New Super Telephoto Model

The Fujifilm FinePix XP200 is a ruggedly built camera featuring a 16-megpixel CMOS sensor, 28-140mm telephoto lens, image stabilization, 3-inch 920,000-dot LCD monitor, 10 fps continuous shooting mode, 1080/60i HD video capture, and built-in Wi-Fi connectivity with mobile device linking app.

New Waterproof camera

The waterproof camera can withstand depths of up to 1545 centimetres, temperatures down to 14 degrees F and a drop from 3 metres.

The S8400W is a bridge-style camera with a 44x f/2.9-f/6.5 (24-1,056mm) super-zoom lens with optical image stabilization and a Super Macro mode for shooting subjects as close as 0.39 inch from the lens.


It includes a 16-megapixel backside illuminated CMOS sensor, ISO sensitivity to 12,800, 1080/60i video capture, a 10 fps continuous shooting mode and built-in Wi-Fi.


It adds a 3-inch, 460,000-dot LCD monitor and a 201,000-dot electronic viewfinder.

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