FujiFilm brings a new compact, stylish digital camera to the CES 2012, the FinePix Z1000EXR (also known as Z1010EXR) with a “super-stylish” exterior, which is the successor to the FinePix Z900EXR. The new camera sports a 16 Megapixel EXR CMOS image sensor, which has been redesigned to priorities light sensitivity with a 30% reduction in digital noise over its predecessor, ensuring smoother tones in both highlight and shadow areas at higher ISO settings. Measuring just 18mm thick at its thickest point, it comes with a Fujinon 5x optical zoom lens.
The Z1000EXR features Wireless Image Transfer function that allows you to connect Android smartphones or tablets or iPhone/iPad/iPad touch with the camera for and upload images to social networking sites. Like other EXR-equipped FinePix cameras, the Z1000EXR includes the EXR AUTO mode that assesses the amount of available light, establishes the type of scene, tracks motion and use one of the three optimized settings: High Resolution Priority, Dynamic Range Priority mode or High Sensitivity and Low Noise Priority mode to take images. There are also Face Detection with Tracking AF, Intelligent Digital Zoom function that can extend the zoom range to 10x without reduction in quality, and a 9 cm minimum focusing distance.
The FinePix Z1000EXR supports Full HD 1080p video recording using H.24 format and offers mini HDMI port. It comes with a 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD display for easy operation. The camera will be available in pink, champagne gold, jade green, white colors.
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Posted March 16th, 2012 in News by Michael