CES: Fujifilm intros four new digital cameras

Today's Best Tech Deals

Picked by Macworld's Editors

Top Deals On Great Products

Picked by Techconnect's Editors

Fuji Photo Film U.S.A. Inc. on Wednesday offered details on four new Finepix digital cameras, with prices ranging from $149 to $379.

The FinePix V10 features a five-megapixel sensor and light sensitivity up to 1600 ISO. It touts a three-inch LCD viewfinder that automatically brightens in well-lit environments. The FinePix V10 also has an xD-Picture Card slot, a 3.4x optical zoon lens, 30-frame "Playback" mode for viewing photos on the LCD and a new "Natural Light & With Flash" mode that shoots successive pictures with and without flash so you can make decisions about what looks best. Coming in March, the FinePix V10 will cost $349.

The four-megapixel FinePix A400 and five-megapixel FinePix A500 are both aimed at entry-level consumers looking to get into digital photography. They both feature 3x optical zoom lenses, 12MB internal memory and a variety of scene modes. The A400 and A500 are coming in February for $149 and $179, respectively.

The six-megapixel FinePix F470 is a "slimmed down" model that is less than 20mm (0.79 inches) thick, designed to fit inside a shirt pocket or clutch purse. In addition to an xD-Picture card slot, the F470 is equipped with 16MB of internal memory and a 2.5-inch LCD and gain-up control that brightens in low-light conditions. Coming in March, the F470 will cost $279.

This story, "CES: Fujifilm intros four new digital cameras" was originally published by PCWorld.

Note: When you purchase something after clicking links in our articles, we may earn a small commission. Read our affiliate link policy for more details.
Related:
  
Shop Tech Products at Amazon