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Fujifilm launches six new cameras

The build-up to the Photokina camera show continues, with Fujifilm announcing no less than six new models. There are four new additions to the budget-priced ultra-compact J-series, and new 15x zoom bridge camera, and the new F60fd premium high-spec compact.


The four new J-series models all share the same bodyshell and 10-megapixel 1/2.3-inch sensor. And all feature 100-1600 ISO sensitivity, software-based face detection, but mix and match lenses and monitor screens to cater to a range of needs. All four will be available from September, although prices have not yet been announced.

The J100 and the J110 both have 2.7-inch monitors, while the J120 and J150 both have 3-inch. The J100 and J120 have a 5x zoom lens equivalent to 35-175mm, while the J110 and J150 have wider-angled 5x zoom lenses equivalent to 28-140mm.

Tony Walker

August 23, 2008, 2:16 pm

If the F60fd uses the same sensor as the F100fd then piccies will be a big heap of steaming doo-doo. I've never seen so much image noise and the build quality of the F100fd was rubbish too.

Contrast it with the (admittedly more expensive) Canon Ixus 960 where build quality is superb and images are remarkably noise free for a Canon and a 12Mp sensor.


October 27, 2008, 3:22 pm

Do you plan to review the F60fd at all? I'm wondering how it compares to the F40fd...

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