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Fujifilm has developed what it calls Real Photo Technology, aiming to take that speckled and smudgy noise out of poorly-lit images. Soon to be incorporated into Fujifilm's FinePix V10 (pictured here) and the upcoming FinePix F30, the company says the technology makes images "more vivid and realistic."

Looks like this Real Photo Technology is marketSpeak for jacking up the sensitivity of the CCD, where Fujifilm says its F30 camera can shoot at ISO equivalencies as high as 3200. Because of that higher light sensitivity, the camera's shutter speeds can be faster. Teamed up with image stabilization, the goal is sharper pics with less noise.

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Press release [Fujifilm, via Mobilewhack]