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.
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