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FujiFilm delivers five new FinePix cameras: Z33WP, Z30, S1500, J20, J250

Darren Murph
February 17, 2009
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Whatever Samsung can do, FujiFilm can do better -- right? It is if you ask the latter company, which has matched Sammy's new SL offerings with five new models in the FinePix point-and-shoot range. Up first is the Z33WP -- FujiFilm's first waterproof digital camera -- which sports a 10 megapixel sensor, a 2.7-inch LCD monitor, 3x optical zoom and a green, black or pink shell. Moving on, we've got the 10 megapixel Z30, which aims at tweens with its black, pink and orange color options and goes par for the course with a 3x optical zoom and 2.7-inch display. The S1500 is a 10 megapixel megazoom (12x optical), which features Dual Image Stabilization and SR AUTO Automatic Scene Recognition. Lastly, the J20 and J250 both check in at just 17.4mm thick and claim a 10 megapixel sensor; the J20 has a 2.7-inch LCD, while the J250 ups it to 3-inches even. No mention of pricing or release dates, but we'd expect 'em all on hand at PMA next month.

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