The FinePix IS-1 wasn't the only camera unleashed by FujiFilm this morning. Far from it. In fact, we've now got three additional FinePix shooters to fawn over at CES next week. First up is the FinePix F40d (pictured), an 8 megapixel compact shooter with 3x optical zoom, picture stabilization, and 2.5 inch LCD. Notable, are the inclusion of FujiFilm's face detection technology, a dual-shot mode which takes 2 shots "in rapid succession" (one with flash, one without), as well as support for an ISO 2000 mode which should prove useful for small prints with help from FujiFilm's 6th generation FinePix Super CCD-HR chip and the Real Photo processor. Next up is the A800, another 8 megapixel shooter based on the Super CCD-HR sensor. This pup sports a 3x optical zoom, and 2.5-inch display, and gets juiced by AA batteries. Bringing up the tail then, is the A610 entry-level, 6 megapixel cam with 3x optical zoom and 2.5-inch LCD. Of interest, all the new compacts now support SD in addition to FujiFilm's traditional xD-Picture Cards. The F40fd, A800 and A610 will all hit in March and retail for $299, $179, and $129, respectively. Pics of the A800 and A610 after the break.

[Via Digital Photography Blog]

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