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Fujifilm announced three digital cameras, the 6-megapixel Finepix F650, the 6.3-megapixel Finepix A600 and the 6.3-megapixel Finepix F30. The F650, to be available in June for $349, is a pocket-sized camera with a 5x optical zoom Fujinon lens and a 3-inch LCD viewfinder.

The entry-level Finepix A600 has a 3x optical zoom lens and a 2.4-inch LCD viewfinder. It has a super CCD sensor, along with internal memory and four scene modes including portrait, landscape, sport and night. It runs on two AA batteries and will be available in June for $249.


The $399 Finepix F30 will be available in May and features higher light sensitivity, with an ISO equivalency speed of 3200. The F30, the successor to the popular Fujifilm Finepix F10, has a unique way of taking advantage of this enhanced light sensitivity, adding a picture stabilization mode which is a combination of shutter speed and aperture settings which reduces blur for fast-moving subjects. The camera has a 2.5 inch LCD viewfinder and a new flash system called iFlash which the company says can more accurately detect lighting requirements for any given scene.

Pricing for Fuji Finepix digital cameras []