Fujifilm FinePix Z10fd


An attractive looking slimline digicam with some features to appeal to tech-savvy snapshooters.Fujifilm’s slim, smart-looking FinePix Z10fd has been designed to appeal to 18-35 year olds. Its ‘aero’ curved body is available in red, orange, olive green, Prussian blue and black to co-ordinate with the latest fashions and it sports a 7.2-megapixel imager and 3x optical zoom lens. There are plenty of features and functions to engage potential buyers in this take-anywhere camera. But, above all, it’s easy to use with only four selectable shooting modes: movie, manual, auto and natural light and with flash – and the camera displays a text message that tells you what each setting does.

Fujifilm FinePix F70EXR


A slimline digicam with a 10x optical zoom lens and new, extended dynamic range sensor technology.Fujifilm has used the EXR sensor technology featured in the FinePix S200EXR camera in its slimline FinePix F70EXR model. The sensor chip is the same size, too, but its resolution is lower at 10 megapixels instead of 12. The retracting zoom lens is quite different from the flagship model, offering only 10x optical zoom but providing a wider angle of view (equivalent to 27mm in 35mm format) at the expense of light-capturing ‘speed’.

Fujifilm FinePix REAL 3D W3


The first dedicated 3D digital camera that can record 720p HD video with stereo audio.Fujifilm’s FinePix Real 3D W3 is a second-generation model that adds the ability to shoot 3D video with 720p High Definition quality and stereo soundtracks to the basic functions provided by the FinePix Real 3D W1, which we reviewed in December 2009. Aside from some improvements to the 3D monitor and a few adjustments to the body design, nothing else has changed much in the interim – except the price tag, which is $300 lower than the W1’s was on release.

Fujifilm FinePix Real 3D W1


Fujifilm’s first digicam to offer 3D image capture and viewing.Fujifilm takes a new direction with its FinePix Real 3D W1, the company’s first consumer-level digicam capable of recording 3D still pictures and video clips. Relying on the ability of people to perceive depth by viewing objects along two separate planes of sight, it uses two lenses to direct the imaging light to two CCD chips. The resulting data is processed to create a picture that appears three-dimensional when displayed on a suitable screen.