It's been the summer of the rugged, waterproof point-and-shoot camera, and there have been some really good ones. Fuji wants in on the rough and tough action, but can it hang with the others? We beat it up to find out.
For blossoming photographers who don't particularly care about interchangeable lenses but want something more powerful than a point-and-shoot, the zoomy, bendy-LCD Fujifilm HS20 might be the perfect compromise. And if it has to be pocketable, there's the RAW-shooting, GPS-enhanced F550EXR.
Fujifilm is so pleased with the results offered by the viewfinder in its forthcoming Finepix X100 it's uploaded a comprehensive outline of the reasoning behind building it—and why having a hybrid viewfinder will make your photos better.
Fujifilm's FinePix X100 is a real mixed bag. The lack of interchangeable lenses is disappointing, but then the hybrid viewfinder (for switching between the optical and electronic viewfinder), 23mm f2.0 lens and general gorgeousness of this camera compensate some.
A year after Fujifilm introduced the first 3D camera to us, they've fine-tuned their encore act, the W3—which shoots 3D video in 720p resolution, taking it from VGA to HD.
Fuji's two-eyed 3D consumer camera grinned its way into our lives last week, but Time spared us the details. Now, a proper announcement: the FinePix Real 3D W1 camera shoots 3D stills and video, which can be viewed without glasses.
Fujifilm today announced five new cameras at an array of prices, ranging from the $90, 10MP A170 to the "prosumer" DSLR-lite FinePix S200EXR (pictured) at $600. It's a pretty solid lineup of low- to mid-end shooters.
No, seriously, once you notice this Fuji's lopsided, goofy grin, you just can't unsee it. It beats the concept version's terrifying death stare, I guess. Anyway: the dual-lensed FinePix Real 3D will land stateside in September, for $600. Sort of.
JD Power and Associates just released the results of its latest camera survey, culling the responses of over 8,000 digital camera buyers between April of 2007 and March of 2008. They split the categories into DSLRs, Point and Shoots, Premium Point and Shoots, and Ultra Slims. Hit the jump to see the list of winners.
The Fuji Finepix S2000HD has sneaked through Canada's border. The HD stands for HD movie recording at 1,280 x 720 progressive, and at $290, the 10MP, 15x wide angle zoom lenses, 2.7-inch screen, dual image stabilization, and continuous shooting at 13.5 3,648 x 2,736-pixel frames per second, looks like a good deal from…
The FujiFilm Finepix Z200fd Glam Cam is yet another digital camera on top of the massive mountain of sleek point and shoots. Yeah, it's really thin and will capture shots at up to 10MP with a 5x zoom lens. But it stands out for an odd reason-it's got a fantastic-and creepy-timer system.
Fujifilm has slimmed down its FinePix camera even more—now it's just 19.8 mm thick—but the redesigned FinePix Z100fd still manages to cram 8 megapixels of imaging goodness into its slim form factor. It's available in four color combinations, and even has a few smart features such as face detection technology that can…
Fuji has two new entry-level digicams coming down the line. First is the Finepix A920, sporting a 9-mp CCD, 4x zoom and a 2.7-inch screen all for $199.95. But if you need your camera to be a little more on the trim side than you'll want to take a look at the F480. This guy has similar specs to the A920 aside from a…
Designed for beginners and cheapskates, the A800 and A610 have 8- and 6-megapixel sensors and come at a price of $179 and $129, respectively. They both have 3x optical zoom, but the A800 has an ISO range of 100-800, whereas the A610 only has 100-400. Both have a 2.5-inch LCD display and support SD and xD memory cards.
Not only does the F40fd have an ISO up to 1600 (2000 in certain modes) in the body of a point-and-shoot, it's got facial detection as well. (That's what the fd in its name stands for.) The F40fd picks out up to 10 faces in the frame at once and does some fancy voodoo to optimize your shot.
The Finepix IS-1 is a specialized shooter that lets users take infrared photos without the need for complicated DIY modding. Just use an infrared cut filter and you're good to go.
When it comes to pictures, we'd rather be behind the camera than in front of it, so if taking unflattering facial close ups is your thing, FujiFilm's new Z5fd should be on your hot list. The 6-megapixel camera, which will come in red, silver, and UPS brown, packs all the usual goodness found in other Fuji cams…
This is FujiFilm's latest camera, the FinePix F31fd. It has the usual bag'o'tricks including 3x optical zoom, 6.3-megapixel sensor, 2.5-inch LCD screen, etc. The one unique feature it does include is a "Face Detection System." The FDS will recognize when a face is in frame and automatically bring it into focus along…