Fujifilm FinePix Z100fd, So Thin It's Anorexic

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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 identify 10 faces in the frame, sensibly focusing so all might be as sharp as possible. Looks like a lot of camera for $249.95, available this month. [FujiFilm Press Release]

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The press release requires registratiion. Does anyone know what kind of sensor are they using? Fuji used to use its own proprietary CCD that didn't have as many MP's, but was great for lower light shots and had better dynamic range because it actually had two differnt kinds of sensors. But with 8 MP, its sounds like they've had the MP Kool-Aid and stuck with a normal noisy sensor. Too bad if they did.