Fujifilm has hit CES with a series of new digicams, including the V10, a compact 5 megapixel camera that the company says is able to take sharp pictures at ISO levels of up to 1600, based on the company's Real Photo technology, which combines a high-sensitivity CCD with a fast processor. The V10 also includes a 3-inch LCD and several built-in games, in case you want to burn your batteries up and miss important shots. The V10 is expected to sell for about $349.

Fuji also rolled out two sub-$200 cameras, the 4 megapixel FinePix A400 and 5 megapixel A500 (left), along with the slim FinePix F470 (above), which will retail for about $279. Alas, as far as we can tell, all of the new models still seem wedded to Fuji's xD memory cards.

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