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Fujifilm Shows-off at CES 2011 with Finepix HS20EXR, F500EXR and F550EXR

Written on January 05, 2011 by Chris Martin

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Fujifilm must've gotten the memo from its fans as the company wraps up its CES 2011 presentation with its new DSLR and compact cameras that seems to have redefined the optical zooms standards.

After an impressive showing of its line-up for low to mid-range cameras, finishes on a high note at the CES 2011 by unveiling the which has a 30x optical zoom and the and , both having 15x optical zoom. Although it may be too early to start celebrating on their part because we have yet to see the photos taken by your average photographer. But we’re pretty much sure everyone’s excited about this new feature, especially to those who don’t exactly have the stomach to buy a dedicated zoom lens.

The Finepix F500EXR and F550EXR boasts a 15x Fujinon wide-angle zoom backed by a 16 megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor, and a 3-inch LCD at the back. You can also shoot high speed 1080 movies with these babies. Both cameras measure 22.9mm thick, offer image stabilization with an ISO of up to 1600. Both will come around mid-March, with the 500EXR tagged for $329.95 while the 550EXR for $349.95.

The Finepix HS20EXR has a 16 megapixel EXR-CMOS sensor and an impressive 30x Fujinon manual optical zoom lens (24mm to 720mm equivilent). It also has a tilting 3.0-inch LCD, a ‘heads-up’ sensor, 8fps continuous shooting and 1080p movie recording. There’s also an optional remote release cable and support for two Fujifilm external flashes. The will come around late March and will carry a price tag of $499.95.

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