Fuji Shows Four New Cameras at CES

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Not saving everything for February's PMA digital imaging trade show, Fuji announced four cameras at CES.


The FinePix V10 has a 5 MegaPixel Super CCD HR sensor and uses the company's Real Photo technology to remove noise from your digital pictures and allow you to take pictures at higher light sensitivities. Perfect for those if us with an unsure hand. But what will really make you notice this camera is it's large, 3-inch LCD with 230,000 pixels. And strangely enough, Fuji is now taking a cue from mobile phone companies and including four video games on the camera, accessible through its menu. The games include Number Puzzle, Block Buster, Shooting Game and Maze. Retails for $349.
In its entry level space, you'll find two Super CCD-powered digital cameras. The 4 MegaPixel FinePix A400 and 5 MegaPixel FinePix A500 come with a new image processor for cleaner photos, , a 3x optical zoom lens and internal memory. The A400 retails for $149 and the A500 is going for $179.
Finally, in the fashionable, small design-friendly category, the FinePix F470 is 20 mm thick, with a 6 MegaPixel CCD sensor, 16MB of internal memory and 2.5-inch LCD. Retails for $279.

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