Fujifilm were showing the new Fujifilm FinePix F100fd – the new “top of the range” F series camera features a 12 megapixel sensor, a wide angle 5x optical zoom lens, a 2.7″ screen, Wide Dynamic Range, Dual Image Stabilisation (anti-shake sensor), Face Detection 3.0 Technology, ISO upto 12800(at 3mp),
and it’s also the first F series camera to feature manual aperture and shutter settings since the F31 Correction: unfortunately the F100fd doesn’t feature apeture or shutter settings. The camera will be available from March:
“Combining a 12 Megapixel 8th Generation Super CCD with a powerful Fujinon 5x wide angle optical zoom lens, a 2.7″ high-resolution 230,000 pixel wide angle view LCD, the FinePix F100fd is one of the most sophisticated compact digital cameras Fujifilm has ever produced. It offers the most advanced technologies available, including Wide Dynamic Range, Dual Image Stabilisation, Face Detection 3.0 Technology with automatic red-eye removal and ISO settings of up to an unprecedented ISO 12800 – so missing great shots is not an option. The FinePix F100fd offers full photographic control (Aperture and Shutter Priority modes) in addition to its powerful automatic functions. It is the perfect camera for the serious photographer looking for a no-compromise compact digital camera that is well above the average model.”
Top photo shows the camera on the wide-angle setting. Shown above and below with the lens set to telephoto zoom.
Shown below is the back of the camera which appears quite basic. The camera is also available in black.