Fuji are certainly busy today – on top of the launch of the A600 Zoom, the company has announced 2 more models – the FinePix F30 Zoom and the FinePix F650 Zoom, the former claiming to be world’s first digital compact camera to deliver ISO 3200 sensitivity at full resolution.
Fuji claims the 6.3MP FinePix F30 Zoom is the closest that any digital compact camera has come to approximating the sensitivity of the human eye. Using its Super CCD and Real Photo Processor II, the camera’s images are sharper, with minimal noise and blurring. The F30 Zoom also has an ‘intelligent flash’ system to produce photos with more realistic lighting. The F30, which features a 2.5-inch LCD screen, 3x optical zoom and VGA movie capture of 30 frames per second, will be available from May.
With a more casual user in mind, Fuji has also announced the 6MP FinePix F650 Zoom, which features a 5x optical zoom lens, a high-res 3 -inch LCD monitor and built-in internal memory, along with 10 selectable scene modes. Like the F30, the FinePix F650 can also capture 30 frames per second when set on movie mode. Expect this also in May.
As yet, there are no prices available for the new models.